Dr. Arshad Mehmood’s Clinic is in Bhati Gate Mohalla Samian. The clinic was very successful in his life because of his attitude towards patients. He used to say that half of his illness would be cured in the same way. His fee was also less. There was a section around the clinic from above which was not financially stable but the number of working class people was more and these people were from Dr. Arshad Mahmood. He used to contact Waheed with medical issues where he would encounter Dr. Sahib’s compounder less assistant and he also had personal information about the politics of the neighborhood as well as all the people there about what the patient does except when Uncle Rashid When the incident happened, Waheed also got dizzy.
Uncle Rashid was a day laborer and a leading member of PTI in Lahore. Dr. Arshad Mehmood Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif’s maniac and Waheed’s views were similar to Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s. Uncle Rasheed who was suffering from high blood pressure and low sugar level one day came with a complaint of chest pain. Dr. Arshad Mehmood checked him and asked him to do cholesterol test. The test has to be done on an empty stomach to find out how much cholesterol there is. Uncle Rasheed also had a strange temperament. What was the test done but when the result came, Dr. Arshad Mehmood grabbed his head. His cholesterol level was 400. According to the test, Uncle Rasheed Kodal’s disease which had reached dangerous level was seen. He immediately rushed Uncle Rasheed to the heart hospital. Uncle Rasheed got up from there in a state of distress and started to leave. When Dr. Sahib asked him what test he had given him on an empty stomach, he said that in the morning. After the Fajr prayers, after having breakfast at 9 o’clock, Dr. Sahib held his head and sat down Addressing Rasheed, he said that an empty stomach means 12 hours of fasting, after which the result of this test is correct Then he guided her to do this test again in the morning but now she is fasting for 12 hours ie not even drinking water. Quantity testing formula is 12 hours fast.
The word cholesterol is derived from ancient Greek (chole) meaning bile, (stereos) meaning solid and (ol) meaning alcohol. Cholesterol is made up of alcohol and fat. A human being weighs 68 kg and his body normally makes about 1 gram (1,000 mg) of cholesterol daily. And some help digest substances. Cholesterol moves in the form of tiny bundles in our blood. These bundles are called lipoproteins. Very important for health. HDL is called good cholesterol. It carries cholesterol from all parts of the body back to the liver and is expelled from the body along with the waste from the liver. This means that the higher the level of HDL in the body, the higher the heart. LDL is called unhealthy, ie bad cholesterol. If there is too much of it in the blood, it builds up in the walls of the arteries, which means that too much of it can lead to heart disease. Cholesterol builds up in the walls of the arteries, narrowing the pores. As a result, the blood supply to the heart begins to be affected and the heart also suffers from a decrease in the amount of oxygen.
The amount of cholesterol in human blood should not exceed 200 mg per 100 ml of blood because if this amount reaches 240 then the possibility of heart disease increases. If it exceeds 240 then the risk increases many times. Therefore, keep in mind that the amount of cholesterol in the blood should not be high. To keep the amount of cholesterol in the blood normal and to prevent heart disease, follow the following things. Always use a diet that has a minimum amount Be sure to include more vegetables, fruits and fiber in your diet such as wheat, barley, millet, corn, etc. porridge and flour. Flour should always be used without sifting, especially to reduce LDL. Helps that are harmful to health. In addition, apples, bananas, beans and pears are also helpful in lowering cholesterol. Fish should be consumed more in winter as eating fish is very beneficial for the heart. The omega 3 fatty acids found in fish not only reduce the pressure but also stop the blood clotting in the arteries. Almonds, peanuts, pistachios and almonds are also helpful in lowering cholesterol. Consumption of fruits raises cholesterol while the opposite is true. Exercise daily as exercising daily is an important way to control cholesterol. Avoid smoking as it can lead to heart disease and cancer. The risk of heart disease and stroke can be reduced by reducing the amount of LDL cholesterol in the blood by using the cholesterol-lowering drug statin. Medical experts recommend that people have their cholesterol checked every 4 to 6 years. Patients taking statins should have their cholesterol tested 4 to 12 weeks after their first dose and then every 3 to 12 months thereafter.