Liver function and risk of liver diseases
The liver is associated with large number of activities. It produces bile for enabling fat digestion. The unused glucose is converted into glycogen and stored in the liver cells. When the need for additional energy arises in between meals, the glycogen is converted into glucose. Cholesterol, amino acids and blood clotting factors are manufactured by the liver. It stores iron needed for formation of the red blood cells. It is a center for detoxification. It removes wastes from the blood and converts them into urea, which is eliminated from the body through urine.
Inflammation of the liver tissues, also known as hepatitis, decreases liver function. Cholestasis occurs when the bile flow is obstructed. Accumulation of cholesterol and triglycerides increase the risk of liver damage. Exposure to toxic substances can damage the liver cells. Alcohol abuse is the major cause of inflammation and fat build-up in the liver. Liver damage might be induced by certain drugs. Viral infections could damage the liver. Cirrhosis, characterized by scarring and loss of functioning of the liver cells, is a fatal condition.
Causes of liver diseases
Jaundice, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain are the classic symptoms of liver diseases. Excess alcohol consumption, viral infections or obesity increases the risk of liver disorders. Alcohol abuse leads to accumulation of triglycerides and fats in the liver. The condition, known as steatosis, adversely affects the liver function. If left untreated, chronic alcohol abuse might cause cirrhosis and permanent loss of liver function. Obesity and prolonged consumption of fat rich diet increases the risk of developing fatty liver disease even in non-alcoholics. The liver disorder known as non-alcoholic fatty liver disease or non-alcoholic steatohepatitis gradually reduces the liver function.
Viral infections lead to inflammation of the liver tissues, leading to hepatitis. Acute hepatitis develops from hepatitis A infection. It occurs by consuming food or water contaminated with infected fecal matter. Chronic hepatitis develops by contracting hepatitis B or C infections. This liver disorder occurs through exposure to body fluids infected with the hepatitis virus during sexual intercourse, contaminated needles or transfusion of infected blood.
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Ingredient Qty Tinospora cordifolia 50mg Solanum nigrum 50mg Andrographis paniculata 50mg Boerhavia diffusa 50mg Fumaria Indica 20mg Phyllanthus niruri 50mg Picrorhiza kurroa 50mg Navyas mandoor ext. 30mg Berberis aristata 50mg Amalki rasayan 10mg Sugar 70mg Sodium Benzoate 20mg Water QS
Adult: Two teaspoon two or three times a day with water
Children: One teaspoon two or three times a day with water