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6 Signs Your Liver Can't Stand Your Lifestyle Any Longer




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6 Signs Your Liver Can’t Stand Your Lifestyle Any Longer


Liver disease symptoms that indicate that your liver is damaged and you must change your lifestyle.
 Your Blood Sugar Is Low: 

According to Healthline, one of the main responsibilities of your own liver is to maintain your blood sugar level. If your liver has been severely compromised, your blood sugar will begin to drop. Your liver processes and produces glucose after you eat a meal. But if it doesn’t have the ability to release the glucose into the blood, your glucose level will begin to drop. This results in low blood sugar levels which causes extreme fatigue.

 Hormone Imbalance: 

Your own liver also regulates your sex hormones. If your liver is severely damaged, it could result in an imbalance of testosterone and estrogen levels. This can lead to serious health problems such as worse PMS symptoms and also low libido.

 Unexplained Mood Swings:

 Your brain controls your mood and memory. If toxins begin to enter your brain, you could start to experience mood swings and even forget certain things. In many anxiety and depression cases, the liver is severely damaged. If you start to notice unexplained mood swings and memory loss, go speak to a health professional.

 Low Immune System: 

Many people don’t realize this but your own liver plays a big role in building your immune system. The nutrients that it provides for the body help fight off infections. It also helps prevent toxins from infecting the body by releasing them. The Mayo Clinic states that if your liver cannot do this, your immune system will become weak.

 Sleeping Disorder: 

Have you ever experienced sleeping beside or near someone who snores? It’s annoying and can be an absolute pain to deal with. In some cases, the reason why a person is snoring is that the airway they’re trying to breathe through is blocked. It can be blocked for 2 to 3 minutes. If you’ve been told that you’re starting to snore, you might want to go to your doctor and get your liver checked out.

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