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Caduet: A Combination Drug to Reduce Cholesterol

Caduet takes two types of drugs and combines them to both reduce the production of cholesterol by the liver and to widen blood vessels that can become narrow from the waxy build up of excess cholesterol. The two forms of drugs can cause liver damage and other side effects that are potentially fatal. It is important to understand the risks of lowering cholesterol with this type of medication.

One of the two active ingredients to manage cholesterol is amlodpine, which is a calcium channel blocker. It relaxes and widens blood vessels to allow for a freer flow of blood. It reduces the work the heart has to do to pump blood and is often used to manage high blood pressure.

The next drug is atovastatin, which is technically a HMG CoA reductase inhibitor. It actually limits the production of cholesterol made by the liver. It does not do anything to counteract cholesterol that is ingested in the foods you eat, but works to reduce overall cholesterol by restricting the body’s production of it.

Some of the serious side effects of Caduet are indicated by muscle soreness, dark urine, dizziness that is most notable when rising from lying or sitting positions, and yellowing of the skin or eyes. Each is an indication of possible liver damage.

To reduce cholesterol naturally without the risk of dangerous side effects, dietary changes can be made. By reducing the amount of cholesterol consumed in foods, overall cholesterol can be reduced significantly. Exercise can raise the good kind of cholesterol so it can work to cleanse the body of excess bad cholesterol. The plan for a drug-free, natural way to lower cholesterol is found in The 60-Day Prescription Free Cholesterol Cure.

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