The liver is the second largest and most complex organ, performing all vital functions. The liver plays an important role in the body’s immunity, digestion, and metabolism. It is responsible for the conversion of glucose into glycogen, amino acid regulation, production of proteins for blood plasma and more.
World Liver Day is observed every year on April 19 to raise awareness about liver health and diseases. The liver is an accessory digestive organ that helps remove toxins from blood, produces bile, regulates blood sugar levels and performs several other crucial functions to keep us fit and healthy. Diseases like hepatitis, liver cancer and liver cirrhosis can affect the functioning of the liver and have serious consequences. However, the most common chronic liver disease is Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
This year, 2023, the World Liver Day theme is “Be Vigilant, Do Regular Liver Check-Up, Fatty Liver Can Affect Anyone.”
Every year, around 2 million people die from liver disease in India, with the diseases in Liver being one of the top ressons of deaths nationally and globally .So, World Liver Day is a great occasion to talk about liver health.
On this global liver health day focus has been to address Fatty Liver, Cirrhosis and Cancer in liver.The major causes of this disease are alcohol, hepatitis and diabetes.
On this occasion, it is important to mention that Paras Health across country provides comprehensive medical care for the treatment and recovery from liver diseases.
The brand values of compassion, affordability, accessibility, and high-quality drives them to provide best treatment in terms of liver cancer, liver replacement or liver cirrhosis with best brains of country in liver health providing treatment and care.
With coming up of Paras Health hospital in Srinagar those battling liver diseases in Jammu and Kashmir have all the reasons to be happy and take sigh of relief.
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Making healthy lifestyle choices can help improve the health of your liver. You can make these changes today:
Excessive alcohol consumption is a leading cause of liver disease. It’s essential to limit alcohol intake to promote liver health.
Staying hydrated helps the liver flush toxins from the body. Aim to drink at least eight glasses of water per day.
Exercise can help prevent and reduce liver damage by improving metabolism and reducing inflammation. Aim to exercise for at least 30 minutes per day.
Chronic stress can lead to inflammation and liver damage. It’s crucial to manage stress through techniques such as meditation, yoga, and regular exercise.
Sleep is essential for liver health as it allows the liver to regenerate and repair damaged tissues. Aim to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep per night.