ALL ABOUT HEPATITIS AND ITS NATURAL TREATMENT
There are home remedies to combat hepatitis disease. However, it is important to know that medical consultation is essential. Read till the end to discover more about hepatitis and BELL lifestyle natural treatment to get rid of the viral charge.
WHAT IS HEPATITIS
Hepatitis means injury to the liver. It can also be said that Hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver tissue. Bile is produced by the liver to help digest food and also remove toxins from the body. Hepatitis causes scarring in the liver thereby making it hard for the Bile to do its job.
Some people have no symptoms whereas others develop
A] Yellow discoloration of the skin and white of d eyes
B] Poor appetite
E] Abdominal pain
H] Dark urine.
Causes of infectious hepatitis
Infectious hepatitis must be distinguished from several common noninfectious causes, including liver dysfunction related to the “conditioning regimen” (VOD), acute GVHD, cholestatic liver injury related to sepsis, and chemical hepatitis related to either drugs or hyperalimentation.
Causes of non-infectious hepatitis
Alcohol and other toxins
Excessive alcohol consumption can cause liver damage and inflammation. This is sometimes referred to as alcoholic hepatitis. The alcohol directly injures the cells of your liver. Over time, it can cause permanent damage and lead to liver failure and cirrhosis, thickening and scarring of the liver.
Other toxic causes of hepatitis include overuse or overdose of medications and exposure to poisons.
Autoimmune system response
In some cases, the immune system mistakes the liver as a harmful object and begins to attack it. It causes ongoing inflammation that can range from mild to severe, often hindering liver function. It’s three times more common in women than in men.
TYPES OF HEPATITIS
We have hepatitis A, B, C, D, E.
The most common Hepatitis are A, B & C
HAV represents Hepatitis A Virus. Hepatitis A is caused by an infection with the hepatitis A virus.
The Virus is primarily spread when an uninfected [and unvaccinated] person ingests food or water that is contaminated by an infected person.
Hepatitis B is transmitted through contacts with an infectious body fluid such as;
- Blood, blood transfusion,
- Mother to the unborn child.
Therefore, one must ensure to protect oneself from getting Hepatitis B by being vaccinated.
Hepatitis C is a viral infection of the liver. It is spread mainly through blood contact.
If a woman is pregnant with Hepatitis C, the newborn baby can get Hepatitis C from her. Not everyone infected with Hepatitis C experiences the disease in the same way.
The above are the major causes of Hepatitis.