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      7 Signs Your Liver Is In Stress
      • Upper Basement Sahyadri Multispeciality
        Hospital, Karve Road,Deccan Gymkhana, Pune-04
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      Our liver is the body’s hardest-working but underappreciated organ. Everyone talks about having a healthy heart, losing weight, and having bright skin, among other things. On the other hand, our liver is the hardest worker in the body, performing 500 or more activities ranging from storing sugar, minerals, and vitamins to providing energy to the body. It also regulates cholesterol production and excretion, among other things. Bile from the gallbladder is stored in the liver, which aids in breaking down lipids.

      The liver, like the heart, becomes stressed, but unlike the heart, the symptoms of a troubled liver appear later. When the liver is overworked and sluggish, stress manifests itself.

      So, how can we tell whether our liver is in trouble? Here are seven key indicators of a strained liver that should never be overlooked:

      Changes in skin colour:

      Have you noticed any discolouration on your skin? If you answered yes, it is the first indication that your liver is in trouble. There’s a problem developing if your skin turns jaundice yellow or pale with a blue tinge or if your nails or fingertips turn yellow. The colour changes because the body cannot flush out the poisons; when these toxins build up over time, they cause bilirubin to form beneath the skin, resulting in discolouration.

      Do you have digestive issues?

      Are you feeling bloated or constipated regularly? It’s a symptom of a strained liver if you have indigestion regularly. You may also have gas and stomach pain as a result of bloating. Because bile cannot break down food and lubricate the intestines, this occurs.

      Body pain and aches:

      The liver cleanses the blood while also producing fresh blood. On the other hand, the liver is unable to deliver new blood to the muscles, tissues, and tendons when they are under stress. It reduces our suppleness, resulting in upper backache and even dry eyes. This type of pain will exhaust you if you have it regularly.

      Fatigue: 

      Do you constantly feel exhausted or drained? It can be a sign that the liver is stressed. The liver is under a lot of strain as the body repairs the damage. Because the body works excessively, it might stress other organs, resulting in exhaustion. At this time, it’s a good idea to have your liver tested.

      Dark urine colour:

      Is your pee of a different colour than usual? If you answered yes, you might not be consuming enough water, resulting in darker stools. It’s also possible that there are blood spots on it. But if you start drinking water and your symptoms improve, everything is fine. If this is not the case, get medical attention immediately.

      Mood swings: 

      When we are sad or worried, we experience mood swings. As a result, when the liver is under stress, it might affect our emotional well-being. Emotions like wrath, impatience, irritation, and depression are typical when the liver is in distress. Worse, it has the potential to impair one’s decision-making ability and induce brain fog. It could even lead to rage and a harsh outburst.

      Keep an eye out for these warning indicators:

      Ringing in the ears, insomnia, dizziness, fuzzy vision, allergies, no sex drive, internal or intestinal bleeding, chemical sensitivities, PMS, abrupt weight loss, and spider veins are symptoms of a strained liver.

      If you have experienced any of these symptoms or are unclear if you are experiencing some of them, seek medical assistance. Consult your doctor or a liver expert right away. It’s also a good idea to get frequent health checks.