1. Drinking Habit
Anatomy of the human abdomen,
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Generally the complete liver failure occurs among those who take excess amount of alcohol for longer durations. So it is better to avoid alcohol or take it in moderate amounts.
2. Use of Medicines
The overuse of certain medicines is dangerous for the liver. Generally the people take the painkillers or analgesics even without consulting the physician. The painkillers dangerously damage the liver and the kidneys. On the other hand the people resort to taking medicines for fitness or weight loss as they get motivated by the advertisements. These medicines also damage the liver. The heavy dose of paracetamol, also damages the liver and this damage is double than than other medicines.
3. Insufficient Sleep
The insufficient sleep or the loss of sleep or sleeplessness cause several damages, about which there is least awareness and this reason goes on increasing the damages. According to the study published in the Journal of Anatomy, the loss of sleep creates pressure on the liver. So the minimum sleep of at least 8 hours is necessary for the proper functioning of the lever and other parts of the body.
4. Excess Protein Intake
The excessive intake of proteins is damaging for the body. The intake of proteins without sufficient carbohydrates increases the liver related problems. So it is advisable to take vegetables and starch with mutton and eggs.
The overeating gives excess fats to the body. This comes out of the storing cells and gets accumulates in liver. The fatty liver increases the chances of cancer and heart attack. So take care of the type of food and do regular exercises. The habit of neglecting these two things will cause obesity which may lead to the damages to the liver.
How to Take Care of Liver
It is said that prevention is better than cure and we can try on our own to keep the liver healthy.
i). Take purified water.
ii). Avoid junk, stale and dirty food.
iii). Avoid alcohol.
iv). Go for Lever Functioning Tests after the age of 40.
The Diseases Caused by the Liver Disorder
The 40% part of the live donor is cut and implanted inside the recipient through the surgery. The liver of the donor recovers its original shape within 2-3 months by the diet and medicines as advised by the physician. The success rate of liver transplant is around 70%.