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6 Signs That The Person's Liver May Be Full Of Toxins And Making Them Fat

Feb 15, 2018 @ 04:53 PM By Nidhi Sharma

6 Signs That The Person's Liver May Be Full Of Toxins And Making Them Fat

Liver is the largest solid organ in human's body, which plays a great role in numerous processes.First of all, liver helps you eliminate toxins and waste products from the organism. It also takes part in metabolization of medicines and in creation of amino acids (protein-building substances).Liver normally produces bile – fluid that supports digestion of the foods (particularly fats).This large organ stores extra glucose as glycogen and uses it, when your body requires energy-fuel.

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1) Jaundice

when your red blood cells end their life-cycle and die off, they become destructed, forming a chemical called bilirubin. This by-product is normally removed from the body through the bile. When liver gets damaged, it can't release bile as needed. Consequently bilirubin starts to accumulate in the body, causing yellowing of the skin and mucosal membranes.

2) Extreme fatigue

your liver is one of the most important detoxify-organs, you know. So, as this organ loses its function, harmful substances build up in the body, causing inexplicable long-term tiredness and lack of energy, which don’t go away after restful sleep.

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3) Abdominal discomfort

swollen and enlarged liver can press on the capsule (a sac that covers this organ) and on the nerves. This can cause aching, sense of heaviness and discomfort in the upper right abdominal area.

4) Easy bruising

do you remember that your liver participates in the production of blood clotting factors? Reduced number of healthy hepatocytes can't create sufficient amount of these substances. As a result, you may suffer from frequent nose bleedings and bruises (even after slight touch).

5) Ascites

severe liver dysfunction usually leads to accumulation of the fluid and to swelling of the body, associated with dramatically reduced synthesis of protein. In this case edema develops in the middle of the body, particularly in the abdominal area.

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6) Mental problems

poor judgement, low concentration and confusion occur on the advanced stage of fatty liver or other hepatic disorders, when the body gets overload with toxins.

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