Do you know - high stress levels could directly or indirectly lead to liver diseases?
Today stress levels are usually high among the middle-aged and even in the younger generation and, consequently, incidences of liver diseases are also on the rise. Stress is known to be connected with liver damage and can also cause fatal liver diseases if not treated in time.
It is, therefore, crucial that stress management is done properly to keep a check on stress levels. At the same time, you should be aware of the early symptoms of liver malfunction and get liver check and other tests done with the advice of your Specialist Doctor. After all, prevention is better than cure.
Regular fear and anxiety can reduce blood flow to liver. Stress impacts the part of the brain that controls the liver; it also impacts blood flow to the liver.
In peoplewith persistent condition of Hepatitis B, there is a relation between depression and ALT (alanine aminotransferase) levels that indicate whether you have a liver disease or injury.
Liver transplant patients who have a submissivepersonality and get stress-triggered mood swings are more likely to reject the transplanted liver.
Stress is connected to high levels of cortisol, which, in turn, is connected to liver damage.
NKT (Natural Killer Cells) expand in the liver during periods of stress and these kill liver cells, making liver conditions worse.
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