Thursday, April 10, 2008

Cirrhosis of the Liver - Symptoms and Treatment

I'm on a roll with the Helium links lately. Maybe it's because Helium has recently re-indexed it's database and royally screwed up the earnings from Google searches. So I'm reduced to Blog-Pimping of my articles.

Today's lesson is about cirrhosis of the liver. This happens when you soak your liver in too much booze over a long period of time. Alcohol soaked livers are NOT a good thing to have in your abdomen. A couple of drinks in moderation are fine. Shooting cheap-ass vodka until your liver is flammable - not so good. Again, here are the first two paragraphs. CLICK HERE to read the rest of the article.

Alcohol consumption can be a controversial topic. There is much
evidence that some types of alcohol, in limited quantities can have
some positive health benefits. However, alcohol can be very detrimental
to your health if consumed in quantity over a long period of time. The
liver is the organ most commonly damaged by excessive drinking,
although the esophagus and nervous system can also be damaged in severe

Liver damage due to alcohol consumption follows a spectrum of
severity. The more you drink, the more severe the damage becomes. As
the problems progress, they also become harder to reverse as well.


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