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Liver disease is one of the dangerous and potentially deadly conditions. This disease that attacks the liver if left unable to be cured except by transplatation of the liver. Many things must be done to avoid this disease, but prevention efforts are certainly much better than having to treat prolonged and excruciating heartache.
The disease is characterized by damage to liver function. The damage to the heart is mani varied;; one of them is liver cirrhosis disease. Cirrhosis of the liver is a liver damage that has been chronic. These damages cause scarring that results in abnormal liver contours. The condition disrupts blood flow, and ultimately interferes with liver function.
Causes and Symptoms of Liver Disease
Liver cirrhosis or other liver disease is caused by many things. One of them is an unhealthy lifestyle: never exercise or exercise too hard without being balanced with adequate rest, consume less fruit and vegetables and water, consume too much alcohol and eat fast food and are unhygienic. All this causes a build-up of bacteria in the liver and eventually causes damage.
However, there is also a cause that is carried from birth and is an abnormality. Usually the disease is immediately detected at the time of birth. Liver disease in children also has a certain level of condition, in which each condition also requires its own treatment. Among them are alier atresia, yellow disease, liver hepatitis, congenital liver defects and others. Then, how do you identify if your baby has this disease? The first thing you can do is notice any abnormalities, such as:
- Loss of appetite
- Fever due to infection
- Nausea and vomiting accompanied by diarrhea
- Yellowing bodies and eyes
- Urine is dark brown
- Children’s weight does not increase
- Stools are pale, white, or clay-like
Everyone has the potential to contract the disease even if they have no genetic abnormalities. Therefore, prevention efforts should be encouraged immediately to reduce the risk of death from this disease. Here are some precautions you need to take:
- Maintain personal and environmental hygiene. A simple example is washing your hands after and before eating so that you can avoid the bacteria from the cutlery used. Therefore, you as a parent should teach your children to get used to this.
- Diligent consumption of mineral water 8-10 glasses a day can also help inhibit the potential breeding of viruses in the body.
- Check the condition of the body regularly to find out the presence of this disease as early as possible. In this way, efforts to identify liver disease and its treatment can be done as early as possible. Patients are still potentially fully cured if the spread of bacteria is still not very widespread.
- Regulate a healthier lifestyle and abandon bad habits such as smoking and drinking alcohol.
Liver disease is not easy to deal with. However, with proper handling, the development can be inhibited. After healing, the liver should no longer be treated with the same condition because it is likely that bacteria will appear again.