World Hepatitis Day -2023
“Life Loves the Liver of it” ---- Maya Angelou
Countdown is on- Give your life a Strong Liver!
The World Health Organization has established a goal of eliminating hepatitis by 2030, which is in line with the subject of this year's World Hepatitis Day, July 28, "Hepatitis can't wait!"
Hepatitis is a liver inflammation. It can harm the liver and damage its critical functioning. It is frequently caused by several hepatitis viruses. Inflammation of the liver can also be caused by excessive alcohol use, pollutants, certain drugs, and medical diseases such as diabetes and obesity. According to the National Library of Medicine Every year, 1.4 million people die from viral hepatitis-related cirrhosis and liver cancer. However, most affected people are completely unaware of their situation. Raising awareness through public education, vaccination, blood transfusion safety procedures, early diagnosis, and good medical assistance can all be used to prevent and control viral hepatitis.
Our liver is the body's second largest organ. The liver performs several important functions, including the removal of all poisons, the clearance of medications from our bodies, and the metabolization of all nutrients. It also regulates hormone levels, manufactures proteins, and produces bile, which aids in fat absorption, stores sugar for when we truly need it, and regulates cholesterol levels. Let's take a look at some important ways for liver care-
Take care of your liver, live an active life!