Today with this article Dr R K Aggarwal at SSOHM Clinic explains “How High Cholesterol Reason Behind Gall Bladder Stones Formation? “
Our gallbladder is one of the most sensitive but also very useful organ and gets diseased due to an unhealthy diet and lifestyle.
It may also lead to an imbalance of the acid-alkali balance in the body which causes the cholesterol to precipitate in the gallbladder leading to gallstones.
Gallstones may result when your bile contains too much cholesterol,
If your liver excretes more cholesterol than your bile can dissolve, the excess cholesterol may form into crystals and eventually into stones.
The two types of gallstones include cholesterol gallstones (composed of undissolved cholesterol and a part of bile salt) and pigment gallstones (formed completely of bile)..
Gallstones diet plays a major role in gallbladder pain relief and avoids gallbladder attack symptoms because diet influences your weight and thus leads to more bile creation in the liver.
Dr. R.K. Aggarwal guides you with what all lies under cholesterol-friendly foods, and help you in easing cholesterol symptoms.
If the lifestyle changes alone do not lower your cholesterol enough, you may also need to take further treatments provided here which are homeo herbal medicines which further help you to reduce your cholesterol levels.
High Cholesterol Reason Behind Gall Bladder Stones Formation?
The most common triggers for gallbladder attacks are caffeine, chocolate, eggs, dairy products, and greasy or deep-fried foods and causes indigestion.
People who are overweight and eat high-fat cholesterol, low-fiber diet are at an increased risk of developing gallstones symptoms.
Usually when liver excretes too much cholesterol than the bile can dissolve; the excess cholesterol may form crystals that eventually form stones leading to gallstones pain.
See how Gall Bladder Stones look, we have shown three types of gallstones in below image –
Dr. R.K. Aggarwal says, “we are unaware of the fact and believe in the myth created that gallbladder is of no use, but when you remove the gallbladder, you remove the reservoir and think that it’s the best regime for gallstones treatment”.
After the gallbladder is removed the bile keeps reaching directly to the intestine causing symptoms like acidity, constipation, and leaking of the bile.
At SSOHM, there are many success stories where patients explain how after just a few days of medication they experienced gallbladder attack relief and have experienced a better lifestyle.