High creatine kinase, or CK, levels in the human body occur after one of several maladies, including a heart attack, skeletal muscle injury, drinking too much alcohol, taking certain medications and strenuous exercise, a... More »

A high creatine kinase reading on a blood test generally means there has been some recent muscle damage, explains the American Association of Clinical Chemistry Lab Tests Online. The high creatine kinase reading does not... More »

Damage to the heart, brain or skeletal muscles causes elevated creatine kinase levels, according to Better Medicine. Higher creatine kinase levels are often associated with heart attacks and trauma. More »

High triglyceride levels are caused by lifestyle and health conditions, including obesity, poorly controlled diabetes, hypothyroidism, kidney disease, eating more calories than are burned and excessive alcohol consumptio... More »

High calcium levels in the urine may be due to high vitamin D levels, chronic kidney disease, eating excess calcium, calcium leaks from the kidneys into the urine, sarcoidosis, use of diuretics and excess production of p... More »

The treatment for elevated levels of creatine kinase is dependant on the cause, as creatine kinase is found in the brain, heart and skeletal muscle, according to Healthgrades. Elevated levels may signal a heart attack, s... More »

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A high creatine kinase reading on a blood test generally means there has been some recent muscle damage, explains the American Association of Clinical Chemistry Lab Tests Online. The high creatine kinase reading does not... More »