Liver disease has now approached our world in various ways. We can’t hide from it, or perhaps we don’t need to hide from it at all. We just need to maintain healthy habits and an open mind. The body will then naturally become healthier. The liver can play a role in removing toxins and has a variety of functions such as storing energy and making up protein. It can be said that the liver is the busiest organ in the body. If our daily routine is irregular, staying up late and drinking for a long time will increase the burden on the liver and threaten our life and health. The following will introduce three major habits that can harm the liver.
Prolonged depression and short temper
Depression hurts the liver. An overly depressed state of mind is very harmful to the liver. We will inevitably encounter some unfair and irritating things in our day, we can release our mind through the right way, not be depressed, a depressed state of mind is harmful to the body.
Taking medication blindly
Medicines are poisonous and are metabolised by the liver after they enter the body. If you take medication blindly, you will be burdened by your liver, so you should take medication at your discretion and prescribe the right medicine such as 馬來西亞高膽固醇中藥利脂寧, Malaysian high cholesterol herb Lipiodol after consultation.
Poor lifestyle and eating habits can place a great burden on the liver and can cause liver damage in severe cases. Once liver damage occurs, it is extremely easy to progress towards fibrosis and sclerosis.
Quit drinking and smoking
Continuous excessive alcohol consumption can damage liver cells and interfere with normal liver metabolism, leading to alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis. The nicotine and tar contained in cigarettes not only increase the workload of the liver, but also cause peripheral blood vessels to constrict thereby reducing the flow of blood to the liver and placing an additional burden on the liver; there is no benefit to smoking at all.
Peace of mind
Keeping a cheerful mood can protect your liver. To have a strong liver, you should first learn to control your anger, even if you are angry, do not exceed 3 minutes, and try your best to be calm, optimistic and cheerful, without worries, so that the liver fire can be extinguished and the liver qi can be normally produced and smoothly adjusted.
Exercise appropriately every morning or evening, no more than half an hour each time, and exercise consistently and properly, not only to nourish the liver, but also to improve your immune system and strengthen your body.