Be vigilant what you eat, drink and breathe, remember, your liver has to detoxify your entire intake:-
- Add high-fiber foods such as fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grain breads, rice and cereals to your diet.
- Avoid smoking.
- Avoid taking unnecessary medications. Too many chemicals can harm the liver.
- Be careful about intimate contact, hepatitis can be transmitted through blood.
- Be careful when using aerosol cleaners. Make sure the room is well ventilated or wear a mask.
- Bug sprays, paint sprays and all those other chemical sprays you use can cause harm as well.
- Do not mix alcohol with other drugs and medications.
- Do not mix medications without the advice of a doctor. Mixing medications could be poisonous to your liver.
- Do not share personal use items such as combs, razors, and manicure tools.
- Eat a well-balanced, nutritionally adequate diet. Eat food from every nutrient group
- Exercise regularly
- Get complete liver blood analysis in your yearly medical checkup.
- Get regular medical checkups and share information about health problems with physician.
- Get your family vaccinated for Hepatitis A and B. Get tested for Hepatitis C.
- If you get ear-piercing, body piercing or a tattoo, ensure use of new sterilized needles and ink pots. Do not share.
- If you received a blood transfusion prior to 1992, you may have hepatitis C. Get tested.
- Limit alcohol consumption.
- Over dose of medication can cause trouble.
- Teach your children not to ply with syringes and needles.
- Watch your weight; there is a correlation between obesity and fatty liver disease.
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