I must say that, despite the various studies conducted in many countries, scientists, factors affecting the level of fibrinogen in the blood is insufficiently studied. It is only known that such drugs as fibrates, may cause reduction in fibrinogen levels.
Lower concentrations of fibrinogen result in either a specially designed diet, which are aimed at reducing the concentration of lipids in the human bloodstream or substances introduced into the body for the same purpose (reduction of lipid levels). In these cases, the concentration is kept at a reduced level for several weeks.
Some beta-adrenoceptor, the use of anabolic steroids, pentaksiran, ticlopidin, stanozol, oxipen-Tefillin, fibrinolitiki, propanol and nisoldipine also have a decreasing effect.
The concentration of fibrinogen in the blood is also affected by: genetic factors, living conditions, social factors and stressful situation. Adverse psychological and social factors lead to an increased level of fibrinogen, favorable, respectively, to its fall. Taking certain antioxidants (e.g. vitamin E), vegetarian diet, adequate exercise and moderate consumption of alcohol can also contribute to the decrease in the level of this substance.
However, all the above factors and conditions can explain only a small fraction of cases, changes in the concentration of this substance. Therefore, so far scientists are continuing research to find new factors, including hereditary and environmental factors that can significantly influence the level of fibrinogen in the human body.