Women health

To avoid liver disease, do the following steps:

Consume alcoholic beverages in moderation

That is up to one drink per day for women and up to two drinks per day for men for healthy people. More than eight drinks per week for women and more than 15 drinks per week for males is considered heavy or high-risk drinking.

Avoid engaging in high-risk conduct

During sex, use a condom. While getting tattoos or body piercings, be vigilant about hygiene and safety when choosing a store. If you're using illegal intravenous drugs, get treatment, and don't share needles.

Toxic or chemical

Toxic or chemical Exposure is a condition that occurs when someone is exposed to specific chemicals or poisons.

Vaccinate yourself

Talk to your doctor about getting the hepatitis A and B vaccines if you're at a higher risk of contracting hepatitis or if you've already been infected with any form of the hepatitis virus.

Use drugs with caution

Take prescription and over-the-counter medications only when they're absolutely necessary, and only in the specified dosages. Mixing drugs and alcohol is not a good idea. Before using herbal supplements with a prescription or nonprescription medications, consult your doctor.

Stay away from other people's blood and bodily fluids

Accidental needle jabs or insufficient cleanup of blood or other fluids can transmit hepatitis infections

Make sure your food is safe   

Before eating or preparing food, wash your hands thoroughly. Drink bottled water, wash your hands and brush your teeth if you're traveling in a developing country.

When using aerosol sprays, exercise caution

When spraying insecticides, fungicides, paint, or other harmful chemicals, make sure you apply them in a well-ventilated location and wear a mask. Always read and follow the directions provided by the manufacturer.

Take care of your skin              

Wear gloves, long sleeves, a hat, and a mask when handling insecticides and other harmful chemicals to prevent chemicals from being absorbed via your skin.

Maintain a healthy body weight

 Fatty liver disease can be caused by obesity




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