The causes and manifestations of liver obesity

Obesity of the liver, called hepatosis, is one of the most common diseases of a vital organ. Given that the disease often occurs without significant symptoms, its identification can occur at advanced stages. To prevent the development of complications, it is important to take into account the potential causes of this ailment and to direct efforts towards the organization of preventive measures.

Causes

The development of hepatosis is determined by:
Excessive consumption of alcohol, smoking. Harmful habits, in particular, abuse of alcoholic beverages, are among the most dangerous risk factors for obesity of the liver;
Driving a sedentary lifestyle;
Vitamin deficiency, which can be prevented by using balanced preparations of Nau Foods. Vitamin-mineral supplements now buy foods at affordable prices, by visiting the distribution site;
Poisoning the body;
Complications of diabetes mellitus;
Excessive body weight;
Violation of metabolic processes;
Frequent inclusion in the diet of smoked, fatty, fried foods;
Antibiotic (and generally medicinal) abuse;
Viral hepatitis;
Autoimmune processes (the immune system disrupts liver cells due to malfunctioning).
 
Manifestations

Obesity of the liver is accompanied by:
Jaundice;
Increased body temperature;
Compaction of the liver;
Digestive disorders;
Pain in the right hypochondrium;
Weight, pressure in the abdomen;
Nausea;
Deterioration of appetite, aversion to food;
Weakness, drowsiness;
Decreased efficiency;
Deterioration of coordination of movements, concentration of attention;
Edema;
Convulsions;
Fainting;
Disorders in the work of the immune system, which increases the vulnerability of the body to numerous infections;
Hormonal disorders;
The appearance of skin spots.
 
Therapy

Treatment procedures include:
Diet (a list of recommended foods for use is preferably discussed with a nutritionist);
rejection of bad habits;
Increased consumption of vitamin foods;
Use of biocomplex now omega 3;
Phytotherapy;
Use of hepatoprotectors;
Treatment of hepatitis and other concomitant liver diseases.
If the treatment procedures are not organized in time, the probability of irreversible effects (destruction of the liver cells) increases, which poses a significant threat to the health of the whole organism.
 

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