Keep Your Livers In Check By Knowing How To Prevent Liver Disease





The liver plays an important role in your body it is an organ that is essential for digesting food and getting rid of toxic substances found in your body which means it is a must the you take good care of your liver.

Liver disease can be inherited genetically or you can get it from a veriety of factors that damages the liver like frequent alcohol use. If your liver recieves damage more often this may result in scarring or also called cirrhosis that leads to having a liver failure (a life-treathening condition.)

Symptoms of liver disease

There are many symptoms that are connected to liver disease and these are Loss of appetie, itchy skin, dark urine color, pale stool, or bloody, or tar-colored stool, Chronic fatigue, Nausea or vomiting, tendency of bruise easily, swelling of the legs and ankles, abdominal pain, skin and eyes that appear yellowish.

Hepatitis A, B, and C are parasites and viruses that can infect the liver causing inflammation that reduces the liver function thus causing liver damage.

Risk factors that may increase the chances of having a liver disease.

Unprotected s*x, diabetes, obesity, tattoos or body piercings, injecting drugs using shared needles, heavy alcohol use, exposure to other people's blood and body fluids and exposure to certain chemicals.

How to prevent getting liver disease?

If you are a drinker remember that you must drink moderate amounts of alcohol.

Maintain a healthy weight to avoid obesity that can cause nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.

Avoid contact with other people's blood and body fluids because hepatitis viruses can spread by accidental needly sticks or improper cleanup of blood or body fluids.

Talk to your doctor about getting vaccines for hepatitis A and B.

Protect your skin from toxins and chemicals.

When to see a doctor?

If any of the symptoms are present and are persistent that worries you seek your doctor for medical attention.

Reminder:

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The reader assumes full responsibility for how he/she chooses to use this information. Any liability or obligation for loss or damage whatsoever arising is hereby disclaimed.

It is best to consult your doctor for advice.

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Source: mayoclinic

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