Sclerosis of the liver is usually referred to as cirrhosis of the liver, and generally speaking it’s means your liver is scarring. Think of when you cut your leg real bad. When it heals, it scars, right? Well, the same can happen with your liver. Well, sclerosis can be a little tricky because symptoms won’t show up right away a lot of times. But some of the first symptoms include a loss of interest in sex, nausea or a general lack of desire to eat, fatigue, weakness, a yellowing of the skin (also known as jaundice) and easily bruising. For instance, there are certain hereditary diseases that can cause sclerosis of the liver. Some of these include cystic fibrosis, Wilsons disease, glycogen storage disease, and a few others.
Unhealthy fats are not good in anyone’s diet, so this one shouldn’t be surprising. Trans fats are absolutely a no-no…for everyone. They are harmful, and not at all helpful for your body. Trans fats are found in things like margarine, potato chips, pancake mix and many of the packaged goodies that you can find in the stores. The right diet can certainly help. You want to avoid things like alcohol, salt and bad fats, and include things like fruits and veggies, healthy fats and there are certain proteins that can also help.
Reduce your stress. Stress is really hard on your body. It’ll be difficult to heal it if you’re stressed. And we know it may be hard to relax when you are worried about your sclerosis of the liver. That worry is understandable. But there is a deep mind/body connection, so if you can get your mind to turn in a more positive direction, your body will turn with it. Due to the fact that multiple sclerosis primarily affects the central nervous system, the first symptoms experienced by patients are of sensorial or cognitive nature. Some of the first symptoms that occur in persons with multiple sclerosis are decreased visual acuity, blurred vision, double vision or difficulty in distinguishing colors.
No pharmaceutical drug or other medical treatments to date really exist that offer prolonged remission on MS. What we believe makes a persuasive case for integrative management of MS, is the relationships between toxic, infectious, digestive, dietary and several other factors. There are time proven diets and a specialised supplementation regime for the MS patient, which we will discuss in greater deal in Part 2. One of the most common treatments for multiple sclerosis is therapy. The symptoms that are commonly experienced with multiple sclerosis may affect the sufferer’s ability to move freely from one location to another. There are many challenges that may affect the patient’s range of mobility.