The truth is, that the average life expectancy of an individual, who has cirrhosis of the liver, will be significantly, if not many times shorter, than a healthy person. The good thing is, that you can do certain things, in order to solve that problem. If not treated properly, the average cirrhosis of the liver life expectancy, is about 5 to 10 years, and if the problem is caused by obesity, or alcohol – even shorter. Read on to learn more.
There are many reasons, for cirrhosis of the liver. Alcohol is probably the leading cause, but there are many other. Regardless of the cause, there are ways to reverse liver cirrhosis naturally. The main function of the liver in the body, is removing toxins from the blood stream, helping fight viral and bacterial infections, and acting as a blood storage. Liver cirrhosis interferees with all of those functions significantly, which causes your body to not function properly. After a period of time, toxins builds up, and your body can no longer fight bacterial infections effectively. That's why the life expectancy is reduced significantly.
The life expectancy, will be significantly shorter, if your liver cirrhosis is caused by alcoholism, or obesity. Obesity will make the cirrhosis progress a lot faster, and alcohol leaves your liver with a permanent damage, that can be reversed by only a few ways.
Dieting can increase the cirrhosis of the liver life expectancy slightly. The diet that should be adopted is a normal, healthy diet, with lots of vegetables and less saturated fats, and sugars. If you are obese, removing the excess weight from your body will significantly prolong your life expectancy, even if nothing else is done, to treat the progress of the disease. The current method of treating liver cirrhosis, which more often that does not work that good, is simply treating the progress of the disease, and trying to slow it down. That is done by ingesting chemicals, which trigger the release of certain ammonia salts in the body. There are, however, natural methods, which can enable your body to start repairing the damage, and slowly remove the scar tissue, replacing it with healthy liver cells.