What are the early symptoms of atherosclerosis

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Atherosclerosis is common in people with high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, and cardiovascular patient population, if appropriate supplements, still did not improve the symptoms of frequent nocturnal leg cramps, you should be wary of whether the cause is atherosclerosis. Atherosclerosis can lead to intermittent claudication. Is when walking, walk a little while to feel calf pain, need a break to walk again. This is due to the blood flow and adequate rest, and ischemia to improve the situation. Early sick patient may walk longer distances, but with the sicker, continued to walk away time will become shorter and shorter, and even bed rest is going to be pain in lower extremity arterial occlusive disease often occurs only in one leg, so patients the two legs of the temperature will be significantly different. While the temperature is normal, while it is very cold. In addition, a foot to touch the pulse beat, there have atherosclerosis leg is intangible. Once the lower extremity arteriosclerosis, should cause the patient’s immediate attention, because this time has been described arteriosclerosis has lead to insufficient blood supply. If the vessel wall injury, slow blood flow and thrombosis, can lead to severe limb ischemia, or even leg, toe black necrosis. High risk of atherosclerosis, usually in addition to the corresponding blood pressure, blood glucose, lipid-lowering therapy, but also to protect the body, to avoid the cold, damp. Diet to ensure proper nutrition, reduce fat and excess calorie intake, eat properly beans, fish and other calcium-rich foods and fruits and vegetables. Experts also recommend that every available hot feet, can promote blood circulation, reduce the incidence of atherosclerosis. Of course, and exercise also help speed up the flow velocity, but also the effectiveness of the prevention of atherosclerosis, while enhancing physical fitness.
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