Cardiometabolic Syndrome Treatment in Edgewater, MD
Cardiometabolic syndrome refers to a group of risk factors that raise your chance of developing a vascular disease (like heart disease) or type 2 diabetes.
According to the Indian Journal of Pharmacology, adults with cardiometabolic syndrome (also called syndrome X or insulin resistance syndrome) are twice as likely to die from coronary heart disease and three times as likely to have a heart attack or stroke.
Men and women who have three of the following five disorders significantly raise their risk for cardiometabolic syndrome. These include:
- High blood pressure
- High blood sugar
- High triglycerides (part of your cholesterol )
- Low HDL cholesterol levels
- Abdominal obesity (excess fat around the belly area)
Just having one of these conditions can be very problematic, but when combined as a group, the health risk dramatically increases.
Request cardiometabolic syndrome information now: Call (410) 266-3613 or contact Dr. Alan Stuart Weiss online.
Cardiometabolic Syndrome Symptoms
While most health providers link cardiometabolic syndrome primarily to heart disease and type 2 diabetes, it also influences the development of:
- Congestive heart disease
- Peripheral vascular disease
- Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH)
- Kidney disease
- Breast cancer
- Sleep apnea
- Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS)
Cardiometabolic Syndrome Causes
Cardiometabolic syndrome and its triggers are very complex.
To help determine your risk for cardiometabolic syndrome, your provider will first utilize traditional diagnostic tests such as cholesterol level and blood pressure.
From there, your provider will also explore other risk factors. The provider may look at:
- Sources of inflammation in the body
- Existing nutrient deficiencies
- The production of free radicals inside your body
Cardiometabolic Syndrome Treatment
In most cases, cardiometabolic syndrome is treatable. Your provider will likely help you overcome the challenges of cardiometabolic syndrome with supplements, nutritional changes and lifestyle modifications that address the root of the problem.
Examples of lifestyle adjustments for treatment of cardiometabolic syndrome include:
- Reduction in caloric intake
- Healthier diet
- Increased physical activity
- Regular medical visits
The best treatment for cardiometabolic syndrome will vary depending on your individual needs as a patient. Cardiometabolic syndrome doctors will work closely with you to determine a best treatment plan.
To request more information on treatment of cardiometabolic syndrome, please call (410) 266-3613 or contact Dr. Alan Stuart Weiss online.
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Address1819 Bay Ridge Ave
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