Alcoholic Liver Disease Treatment

The liver is the second largest organ in the human body, the liver is also one of the complex organs other than the brain. The liver serves to process what we eat or drink, and filter the toxic substances that circulate in the blood, regulate the metabolism of sugar, and help fight the infection. This process can be disturbed when too much fat in the liver. Under normal conditions of fat can be found in the liver, but if the amount of fat in the liver has reached 5-10% then liver function can be disturbed.

The liver is an organ that can repair and regenerate new cells if there is any damage, but continuous and chronic bad habits such as alcohol consumption can cause liver regeneration ability to cause severe liver damage. Fatty liver fatty liver is a condition that is often found, but the symptoms of this fatty liver are usually only present when the disease begins to worsen.

Once consumed, alcohol will go into the bloodstream, then digested in the liver so as not to endanger other organs. When digesting alcohol, some of the liver cells are damaged and dead. Chronic alcoholic habits can cause liver damage, as the liver can not perform its function, one of which is digesting fat, so fat accumulates in the liver and fatty liver.

In 1 bottle of beer or 4 glasses of wine, contained 12 g of alcohol. Alcohol consumption threshold as a fatty liver risk factor is over 60-80 g per day for ten years for males, and 20-40 g per day for females. Consumption up to 160 g per day can pose a risk of liver cirrhosis up to 25 times.

In most cases, fatty liver does not cause symptoms until a severe stage. Symptoms arise depending on how severe the damage is. Here are the stages of liver damage from alcohol:

Alcoholic fever

Drinking a lot of alcohol, though only a few days can cause fat accumulation in the liver. This condition is not permanent and generally does not cause symptoms. Fats that accumulate in the liver can disappear by itself in 2 weeks if alcohol consumption is stopped.

Alcoholic hepatitis

If alcohol consumption is not stopped, the patient may fall to the next stage, namely alcoholic hepatitis. At this stage there are generally symptoms that cause the patient to be aware of liver damage. This condition can also improve by stopping the consumption of alcohol.


The last stage of fatty liver is cirrhosis. In cirrhosis, liver cells are damaged and can not regenerate. Stopping alcohol consumption will not restore damaged liver cell function, but only works so the damage does not extend.

Symptoms of fatty liver or fatty liver are severe

In the early stages, the symptoms of fatty liver are usually not typical, such as discomfort, abdominal pain, diarrhea, decreased appetite, and drowsiness. As the disease progresses worse, other symptoms may arise:

  • Looks yellow on eyes and skin
  • Swelling in the abdomen and legs
  • Fever, can get shivering
  • Weight loss and muscle mass
  • Blood clotting disorders
  • Vomit blood
  • Coma

THE TOLE’S intensive medication has done years of research on the Liver complications and it has shown very promising results. THE TOLE’S Neuro Acupuncture treatment and Special alcoholic liver Herbal Medicine treatment will help to eliminate all Liver alcoholic complications between 2 weeks to 3 months or more of Intensive Treatment depending on the severances of the Liver.

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