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, Volume 19, Issue 2, pp 82–88 | Cite as

Lifestyle, fibrinolysis and lipids.

  • E.J.P Brommer
  • J.A. Gevers Leuven
  • P. Brakman
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Abstract

Lifestyle including eating habits, physical training, smoking, drinking alcoholic beverages etc. can to a certain extent maintain or spoil our health. The physiological mechanisms of haemostasis and of lipoprotein metabolism play a role in acute cardiovascular diseases but also in a great number of chronic diseases in which vascular pathology is prominent. Impaired fibrinolysis and increased lipid levels are often incriminated in vascular disease. Lifestyle can modify fibrinolysis as well as lipid levels. Physical training, moderate eating habits, no smoking, moderate alcohol intake will be a beneficial influence on both fibrinolysis and lipid levels. The possibility that long‐term pharmacological intervention may adversely affect fibrinolysis and lipid levels should always be considered.

Lipids Fibrinolysis Lifestyle vascular disease Atheroselerosis Thrombosis Oestrogens 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • E.J.P Brommer
    • 1
  • J.A. Gevers Leuven
    • 1
  • P. Brakman
    • 1
  1. 1.Gaubius Laboratory TNO‐PGLeidenThe Netherlands

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