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13 Ways Your Body Tries To Tell You That Your Liver Is Being Damaged!


Liver does plays an important role as a largest organ in your body and plays role in more than a hundred important processes, situated in the upper quadrant of the abdomen.

Here Are The Most Common 13 Early Symptoms Of Damaged Liver.

1. Stomach Upset.

The usual symptoms of Vomiting and nausea are reasons of many diseases including food poisoning, motion sickness, vertigo, depression, early pregnancy and others.
But, they are also a sign of liver damage and occur due to your organ’s not able to filter toxins.

2. Loss of appetite

Your damaged liver can’t generate enough bile (fats absorption), which results causing the loss of appetite because the food was not properly digested.

3. Fatigue

Most of the time feeling tired can be an indication of liver damage it works harder when attacked.
This is when more toxins stored in the blood and tissues and causing constant fatigue which all must not mistake it for as simple tiredness.

4. Digestive problems

Your liver need generate bile to digest food and fats, but if it is not functioning, causing diarrhea and indigestion. Because lack of bile, thus leads to fatty food intolerance, gallstones, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome and bloating.

5. Changes in the color of the stool

The bile importantly provides for the stool for normal brown color, when lack of it, stool will becomes yellow, gray or clay colored.
If it is just temporary, you don’t have to worry. But, if the problem persists for a while, faster consult your nearest doctor.

6. Changes in the color of the urine

Normally is yellow or clear color, but increased bilirubin levels in the blood because your liver damage can change urine into color of amber, green or brown.

7. Jaundice

Jaundice is a condition happens if your eyes, fingertips, tongue and skin turn yellow colour.
It is caused by excess bilirubin in the blood and you need to take it seriously.

8. Fluid retention

Fluid retention in the feet and ankles becomes bloated caused from liver damage.
Fluid retention can also be other signs such as heart failure, hormonal imbalance, lymphatic disease and kidney problems.

9. Abdominal changes

Abdominal area cramps, pain and bloating can be a sign of liver damage.
Ascites (known as fluid is collected in the abdominal area) which is one of the earliest signs of liver damage or disease.
Liver damage also leads to high blood pressure in the abdominal blood vessels.

10. Skin itching

Damage liver can makes your skin more sensitive as a result of itching and flakiness.
It can leads to much visible veins and bruises which won’t go away with a simple cream.

11. Abdominal pain and swelling.

Abdominal pain and swelling can also indicate liver damage or disease.

12. Constipation, diarrhea, abdominal bleeding

The liver is crucial for proper blood clotting, if damage, ease of bleeding, diarrhea and constipation can happened.

13. Reduction in libido.

Intimacy hormones imbalance and gynecomastia, and loss of libido can be the sign too.
This is just some of the full list of liver damage symptoms.

If you notice any of the mentioned symptoms, you need consult a doctor immediately.

So, How Can I prevent liver disease?

1. Alcohol Reduction.

IF you are a heavy drinker, drink only 2 drinks a week for men and 1 drink for women.

2. Avoid sharing. 

Needles for injection should not be share, as well as tattoos or body piercings, ensure to keep cleanliness and safety at first.

3. You can get vaccinated.

Get to your doctor helps to consult getting the hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccines.

4. Wise use of medications.

Ensure to not overdose medication or don't mix medications with alcohol, consult your doctor before mixing any medication & supplement.

5. Do not contact with other one’s blood and fluids.

needle sticks or improper clean-up of blood or body fluids can cause Hepatitis viruses to spread through.

6. Aerosol sprays to aware.

Ensure to keep room ventilated or wear a mask when spraying insecticides, paint and other toxic chemicals by obeying the manufacturer's labelled instructions.

7. Protect your skin.

Remember to wear gloves, long sleeves, hat & mask while using insecticides and other chemicals.

8. Ensure keeping a normal healthy weight.

If you are at the BMI of obesity, that can leads to non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.


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