What are the medicines prohibited for the individual who have an arteriosclerosis disease? How does arterioclerosis should be managed?

Arteriosclerosis is a condition in which the arteries (mainly large and medium arteries) harden and lose their elasticity due to various reasons. The most common type of arteriosclerosis is known as artherosclerosis, in which the hardening is due to an atheromatous plaque. How you need to manage arteriosclerosis depends on what is causing it and how it is affecting you. Common causes of the condition include high cholesterol, hypertension, and diabetes. If you have one of these conditions, you need to get them under control by eating appropriately and exercising regularly. Factors such as tobacco smoking, obesity, and stress can also cause arteriosclerosis. If these are factors in your condition, you need to address them immediately. In addition, increasing your intake of foods rich in vitamin C and in omega 3 fatty acids is beneficial.

These are however only some general recommendations. The best person to advise you on how to manage your condition is your doctor. Your doctor will be aware of all the details of your case, including the causes, symptoms, and your diet and lifestyle, and will be able to tell you how to modify them. In some cases, medication may also be needed; I am not aware of any specific medication that should be avoided, but your doctor will be able to provide you with this information as well.

answered by M W

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