Everything about the Effects of Fatty Liver

Fatty Liver has a lot of effects on someone who has it. Some are direct effects that you know about, and many are indirect effects that affect your life with you even knowing about it.

It’s very important to understand these effects and knowing them, but they are not to be afraid off. To fight the disease and cure it, you must understand the effects fatty liver could have in your health and your life-style.

Health Effects of Fatty Liver

Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver by itself doesn’t have a lot of health effects. In fact, many people have fatty liver for years without even knowing about it. The problem starts with its implications if it’s not treated.

Effects of Fatty Liver

If not treated, fatty liver could have severe complications, and develop into a more serious disease, such as Acute Fatty Liver, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis, and others liver diseases.

Effect of Fatty Liver that change your life-style

Food & Drinks

The most obvious effect fatty liver has, is that you pretty much immediately change your eating habits.

Many used to eat and drink whatever that want because they felt it doesn’t hurt anything. After knowing that the food you eat is a major factor in fatty liver development, you immendialy start to be aware of the different food types, and eat healthier food.

There is no way running from it. If you want to cure a fatty liver, changing your eating habits is a must have step, and this is one of the biggest effects of fatty liver.

Exercise

About the same effect as food. Physical activity is very important when treating a fatty liver. You might not be used to do any exercise, but physical activity is a crucial part of fatty liver treatment. A effect on your life is that you actually need to make up free time at least 3 times a week for your exercise.

“I’m not Healthy”

This is a very common psychological effect. You are not used to be “sick” or with a disease. And now the fact that you have ones, makes you think you’re not a healthy man you think you were. Although part of it might be true, you need to remember that fatty liver is reversible. So becoming a healthy person once again is not an impossible task.

Worrying more about sickness and diseases

You might haven’t noticed it, but most of the people I know who have or had a fatty liver disease, now worry more about sickness and diseases, even though it has nothing to do with fatty liver. This type of behavior is usually related to the thinking that you’re weak and vulnerable, because you had a fatty liver.

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  1. Aamir
    Aamir says:

    Dear Sir,

    My Serium ALT level is 98, now during LFT test report please tell me the best medicine and your good advise.
    Regards
    Aamir

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  2. tommy neal
    tommy neal says:

    I have a 17yr grandson who has been diognosed with a fatty liver due to him being over weight he does not eat a great deal but what he does like is the macdonallds. chicken boneless select meals which is 5 small bits of boneless chicken he doesn’t like excersise I bought him a treadmill but he won’t put any effort in using ift he rather play on his gaming PC instead but I intend getting tough on him no more mr nice guy

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