Frequent nosebleeds? It indicates that serious disease

Frequent nosebleeds?  It indicates that serious disease

Nosebleeds are common when there is heat or a blow to the nose. But if there is frequent bleeding from the nose without any reason, it should not be taken lightly. This can be considered a sign of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Even when this disease reaches a severe stage, nosebleeds often occur. Alcoholic fatty liver disease occurs in people who drink too much alcohol. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease occurs even if there is no alcohol habit. Eating foods high in calories can lead to fat loss in the liver. This is non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. It can be said to be a very dangerous disease.

Without early warning
When this disease occurs, there are no early warning signs. Fat accumulates in the liver. Inflammation occurs in the liver. This is called non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. Scarring occurs on the liver. If left untreated for a long time, it can turn into cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is the severe stage of fatty liver disease. During this stage the liver shrinks. Spots and small lumps are formed on the liver. 

Bleeding from the nose
Even if such blows are not often caused, bleeding from the nose is said to be a symptom of cirrhosis. It is also known as epistaxis. Bleeding is also seen in the gums in the mouth.

Other symptoms 
Some symptoms appear when fatty liver disease turns into cirrhosis. Nosebleeds are accompanied by fatigue, weakness, loss of appetite, weight loss, muscle wasting, nausea, vomiting, pain in the liver area, yellowing of the skin and eyes, hair loss, watery legs and feet, swelling in the abdomen.

Similar changes are also seen in people suffering from this liver cirrhosis disease. Difficulty sleeping. Memory loss. can be confusing. Can’t concentrate on anything. When toxins affect your brain, the liver flushes them out of the body. But when the liver becomes infected with cirrhosis, the toxins in the brain are not flushed out. This causes the problems mentioned above. 

There are many factors that increase the risk of fat accumulation in the liver. The most important of these are obesity or being overweight. Fat accumulates in the liver in obese people. People with type 2 diabetes are also more likely to develop this disease.  People with thyroid, high blood pressure, high cholesterol also have chances of getting this non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. 

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