We all know that our liver is a vital organ in our body, responsible for regulating the toxins and waste in our organism. If the liver does not exist, the toxins will take over our body and we will start feeling sick.
You can call it a terminator, as it transforms toxins into waste and makes your body safely expel through poop or urine. It maybe looks like harsh and dirty job, but it has to be done by some organ. That’s why it is very important to do anything that is in your power, in order to make the job easier. Opening your eyes and making yourself start right now will do the trick.
But, if you don’t want to start right now, it is completely okay. You can start at the time you will want to, but be careful for the warning signs that you will read in the lines below. If you notice and feel at least one of them, it is time for taking the health in your hands and to start caring.
Ready or not, here they are:
1. Unexplained weight gain
When the liver is damaged, and it refuses to fight off the millions of toxins which attack it every day, the reduction of calorie and overtime in the gym won’t be helpful. The body has gotten used to storing unfiltered toxins in the fat cells, which is another reason for what you will feel at the moment. Your liver has the responsibility to go through grease. When it gets busy with something else, it will start running sluggishly and in that way it will leave the fat cells to fight on their own. The only fighting move that they have is absorbing fat and making you bigger.
Every time when the liver feels that something is not right, it creates antibodies, which are doing a great job attacking the allergens and making them go away. But, if the liver runs sluggishly, it will not have the ability to do its work. It will be too busy in doing other things, and it will leave the allergies to develop in our body. On the top of all this, your brain runs regularly sending signals to your liver that the body is getting harmed of these allergens. It marks the allergens for their removal, but the liver is not able to do the job, or to finish it. What also becomes a problem is the buildup of too much histamine. That’s the time when you start feeling dizzy, as well as feeling the allergy symptoms, such as itchiness, headaches, and fogginess.
3. Chronic fatigue
According to one doctor, named Edward Group, the chronic fatigue is one of the most common symptoms of liver toxicity. The toxins play a huge role in disrupting the metabolism of the muscles causing aches, fatigue and some other different pain. Another doctor, David Buscher also reports that the whole process of fatigue can get even worse when a backlog of toxins come back and take down the entire immune system.
4. Excessive sweating and body odor
We can compare our liver with a car. When we drive our car for a longer period, without leaving it to rest for a moment, we can notice that the temperature meter gets higher. It is the same thing with our liver, as it gets hot when overworked. We don’t know if you know, but our liver is a pretty big organ, so when it gets hot, our whole body also gets hot. It can cool itself with some excessive sweating, which can lead to body odor.
The toxins which are in our body can cause some hormonal imbalances, which are vivid through the stubborn acne on our body.
6. Bad breath
According to Dr. Frank Lipman, when the bad breath keeps on coming back, it may be a sign of liver malfunction. So, if you feel any of these symptoms, it is crucial for you to visit your doctor and speak about the cause of it. You can check your liver and see whether it functions in a normal way or it got a little bit rusty. Also, we recommend you to watch this video which will teach you how to build and maintain a strong liver.
A toxic liver needs detoxification
When you constantly feel drained or overloaded with some negative emotions, you maybe suffer from a form of liver dysfunction and could benefit by a simple cleansing.
As we already said, some general and non-specific problems, such as chronic fatigue, moodiness, and digestive upset should not immediately be considered as a result of liver dysfunction, as they may or may not be. Very often, for most of the people, to determine what is causing them, to feel less than their best, is the difficult first step in turning the things around. Body burden is one interesting subject, as it affects different people in a different way. If you’re experiencing what you consider to be ill-health on a “regular” basis, something is amiss; the reality is that an overload of toxins is often to blame. When you feel that liver toxicity is to blame, it’s recommended you engage in an all-natural liver cleanse.