Your triglycerides levels are very high and rest of the report is marginally high.
First you should get your blood sugar and thyroid function tests
In the absence of any of above mentioned problems,your dietary habits might be the cause for your dyslipidemia
Stop Alcohol,if any.
Quit sweets,colas and deep fried foods.
Avoid junk foods like burgers ,noodles ,pizzas etc.
Reduce your calories and be in required range of our BMI.
Must start doing good amount of aerobic exercises
daily along with resistance exercises.
You should be able to get these values in normal range just by changing your lifestyle.
Repeat lipid profile
after 3 months.
If it is still high then you may talk to your doctor for prescription of the medication.