Watch out: getting up a habit early can cause liver poisoning
The liver is an important organ in the body responsible for digestion and metabolism.
Even small liver damage can be life threatening.
“The Times of India” published an article on November 4th, publishing “the nine killers of liver damage” summarized by experts in the United States, Britain, Canada, India and Israel.
1, lack of sleep.
Nowadays, many people have the habit of working or playing at night, but staying up late is the most likely to get liver disease.
The reason is that during sleep, the human body will enter a self-repair mode, and often staying up late will not only cause insufficient sleep, reduce body resistance, but also affect the liver’s self-repair at night.
People who have been infected with the hepatitis virus staying up late will make the illness worse.
The American Sleep Association expert Professor Neil Collin said that “late sleepers” should work hard to adjust the schedule, it is best to fall asleep before 11 o’clock every night, to ensure that you sleep enough 7 nights?
In 8 hours, killing allows the liver to effectively detoxify and guarantees overall health.
2. Do not urinate in time after getting up in the morning.
Dr. Daniel Paraty, an expert from the European Liver Research Association, said that detoxification in the body can be done through urination, sweating, and defecation.
Urinate as soon as possible after getting up in the morning, and the toxin accumulated overnight can be excreted in time to prevent the toxin from staying in the body and cause liver “poisoning”.
Many people know that eating too much can increase the burden on the body and cause obese liver.
Dr. Paradi pointed out that overeating not only harms upstream health, but also easily causes a significant increase in free radicals in the body.
The key role of the liver is to help the body deal with free radicals, eliminate toxins, and purify the blood.
The more free radicals in your body, the more severe your liver damage.
4. Don’t eat breakfast.
Nutrition experts say that eating breakfast helps neutralize stomach acid and protect the liver, reducing the risk of diabetes, diabetes, gallstones, constipation and many other diseases.
Dr. Hermit Surrey, a holistic nutritionist in Ontario, Canada, said a healthy breakfast can extend satiety and avoid liver damage.
5. Take too much medicine.
The British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology published a study title that long-term use of drugs such as painkillers can exacerbate the burden of liver detoxification and lead to high blood pressure damage.
The head of the new study, Dr. Kenneth Simpson, an expert at the Royal Hospital of Edinburgh, UK, said that there are many drugs and their metabolites that can easily cause liver damage and lead to drug-induced hepatitis (referred to as drug liver).
These drugs include antibiotics, antipyretic and analgesics, antipsychotics, antidepressants, antiepileptics, sedatives, antihyperthyroid drugs, antitumor drugs, hypoglycemic agents and cardiovascular drugs.
Therefore, taking the medicine must strictly follow the doctor’s order and take it under the guidance of a doctor.
6. Excessive intake of processed foods.
Dr. Hida Kiran Zara Hussein, a registered nutritional therapist in India, said that many processed foods have added a variety of food additives such as preservatives, colorants, artificial sweeteners.
These additions contain a large number of difficult-to-decompose chemicals in the human body, which will increase the burden of liver detoxification and cause liver damage.
7, preference for fried food.
A study reported by CBS found that eating fried foods for a month can cause significant changes in the liver, triggering changes in hepatitis-like enzymes.
Dr. Drew Oden, a famous American medical expert, pointed out that the accumulation of fats and saturated fatty acids can cause unfortunate liver.
Unhealthy cooking oils increase the risk of heart disease and liver disease.
Relatively speaking, olive oil and sesame oil are healthier.
8, eat half-ripe or burnt food.
Dr. Hussein said that food that is half-baked or overcooked (especially meat) can also cause high blood pressure.
Studies have found that drunk shrimp, oysters, and half-baked shellfish often carry bacteria and parasites. Once acute pancreatitis and ulcer disease occur, it can easily lead to worsening liver disease and even induce liver coma.
9, excessive drinking.
Dr. Nemo Ashe, an expert on hepatology at Zef Medical Research Center in Israel, said that excessive drinking will reduce the liver’s ability to purify the blood, leading to increased toxins in the body, causing liver damage and a variety of diseases.
In addition, competing wines can easily lead to liver poisoning and induce hepatitis.
Long-term excessive drinking can easily lead to cirrhosis.
Dr. Ashe said that drinking more than two glasses (25 ml) of high-strength alcohol a day can hurt the liver.