Liver diseases characteristics

What are liver diseases?

Diseases affecting the liver may be varied (liver failure, hepatitis, cirrhosis, etc.).

stomach ache

Eating too much fat can cause stomach upset and aggravates the condition of the liver

Symptoms of liver diseases

In almost all these diseases the following symptoms often appear:

– Dark urine

Jaundice (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes)

– Muscle aches,

– Headaches,

– General body swelling because of accumulation of fluids, etc.

– Heavy digestions, etc.

Causes of liver diseases

The most important causes are:

– Unhealthy diet

Microbial infections, such as syphilis

Lack of exercise

Abuse of alcohol

Other diseases

Diagnostic and treatment of liver diseases

In front of possible symptoms of a liver disease, you should go to the doctor as soon as possible. Relevant analysis, will show him what are the real causes of liver disease.

Chronic hepatic failure is the more common one. This can be produced as a result of many possible reasons (Cirrhosis, alcoholism, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, Wilson disease or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease)

Acute liver failure is more serious that chronic hepatic failure. It implies a quick degeneration of liver cells which can lead to fatal consequences. It may require liver transplantation

The natural treatment of liver diseases involves using a series of natural resources that help prevent them or reduce Their symptoms.

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Written by Editorial Botanical-online team in charge of content writing

28 March, 2019

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