Do high blood pressure and cholesterol have something to do with diabetes?
Definitely, yes! Diabetes worsens along with high blood pressure and hyperlipidemia. There is a condition called diabetic hyperlipidemia wherein the good cholesterol is on a low level and triglycerides and bad cholesterol are high. If that is the case, risks are even higher to develop a coronary disease or blockage in the arteries of the heart. On the other hand, high salt intake should also be avoided to prevent high blood pressure. If these three are in one package, the situation is very dangerous. Therefore, you have to pay much attention on treating diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol before the situation gets even worse and unmanageable.