World Liver Day is observed during April to raise awareness around liver health in totality. There are various potential health risks connected to lifestyle decisions that may affect your liver health.
As many of us are very well aware of the vitality of the liver in the human body system as it is the biggest organ in the body. Being the bigger organ, it generates vital proteins, cleanses the body and helps boost our metabolism.
Even mild alterations to your lifestyle without mindfulness and moderation could escalate situations for you, health-wise.
Understanding your body’s call for help, particularly in the post-covid era, liver illness can be asymptomatic in its early stages and its quite possible that seniors can be unaware of it before it turns serious. As a result, prevention and early detection are essential for maintaining healthy liver function.
Liver diseases such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver cancer and pancreatic cancer doesn’t seem unfamiliar to the ears, is it? These can turn out to be life-threatening. Liver being one of the most complex organs in the human body, barring immunity and digestion, it also carries filtration of toxins, stores and vitamins and minerals.
Your liver is literally your lifeline as it is a detoxification organ. Its time you take the right measures to de-liver good health to your liver!
We often tend to ignore healthy habits during stressful times, but the lifestyle decisions we make have a big influence on our health and well-being, including our liver. Stress can occasionally result in more frequent drinking or smoking. Hence, in addition to adopting healthy lifestyle changes, we also need to consider how to deal with stress, which is a constant companion in modern life.
High-risk individuals with a family history of liver disease, obesity, or diabetes should go through routine screenings and visits to a gastroenterologist to ensure that the disease is detected and diagnosed in its earliest stages.
Although, when the liver is functioning extremely well, it is still vital to look after the other bodily organs and critical metabolic issues like controlling blood pressure, diabetes, and ischemic heart disease by adopting a healthy lifestyle.
On this World Liver Day, let’s take a minute to consider our lifestyle choices and resolve to take care of our liver health by adopting little but meaningful lifestyle adjustments so that we can lower our chance of developing liver disease and live longer and healthier lives.
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