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How long it will take to normal levels of high Triglyceride,Sugar and Cholesterol after being drinking sessions ?

I have a triglyceride level of 1005 mg, have sugar post meal of 335 & ldl/ HDL ratio of 8.2 with a overall cholesterol of 274. I have 10 consecutive sessions of beinge drinking after a gap of 3 months of abstinence from alcohol. Now I intend to quit drinking & smoking. Please let me know how much time it will take to go up to normal levels of sugar / cholesterol & triglyceride levels after quitting drining/smoking? ( PS: I don t exercise at all)
Asked On : Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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Thanks for query,
You should not wait till control of all these thing after quitting alcohol.
You consult diabetologist and physician as soon as possible.
To avoid diabetes and hyperlypidymia complications urgent measures to be taken.
This much rise in all segments will give rise to problem in your eyes,kidney,heart, and brain.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 13 Jul 2011
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