- mucosal jaundice and skin irritation
Following an increased accumulation of toxins in the liver, some signs such as jaundice or yellowing of the eyes and rashes that translate an increase in the level of bilirubin in the blood after blocking its secretion in the liver.
Liver failure such as cirrhosis can cause intense fatigue and constant weakness. Hepatic insufficiency is a severe liver disease whose consultation with a doctor is essential to avoid a possible complication because this disease evolves in a silent way.
A fever with chills may be present during serious liver failure such as hepatitis, cholecystitis or cirrhosis.
- Muscle pain
Dysfunction of the liver due to the accumulation of toxins can sometimes give permanent muscular or joint pain.
- Stool and urine color
The accumulation of toxins in the liver can sometimes alter the secretion of bile in the intestine, the latter pass directly to the liver to pass through the digestive tract and to the blood or it will be filtered through the kidneys This gives the urine a dark or brown-black color and whitish stool appearance.
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In some cases of the liver such as cirrhosis, this organ ceases to produce enough platelets to ensure blood clotting, so clotting disorders appear like nasal bleeding or bruising.
- Itchy skin
In cases of cholestasis, and following the accumulation of bile in the blood and mucous membranes, it irritates the skin and gives pruritus or itchy skin boring.
Additional tips for preserving the liver:
- Ensure a good diet by avoiding as much as possible to eat fatty foods.
- Try to eat the most fruits that contain fructose and composed of enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients to keep the liver healthy, not to mention the lemon that stimulates the production of bile and facilitates the breakdown of fats and their evacuation