One of the most important organs in the body is the liver as it is responsible for removing toxins. When the toxins are accumulated in the organ, it becomes overworked and sluggish and leads to accumulation of toxins in the fat cell in the entire body, especially in the stomach area.
Here are some sighs of sluggish liver:
*Sudden weight gain*
If the liver is full of toxins, the time spent in the gym is a failure and you’ll keep gaining weight. It is because the tendency of the body to store unfiltered toxins in the fat cells. The liver metabolizes the fat but when that function is blocked, the fat will come back to the liver and cause weight gain.
When the liver is fully functioning, it creates antibodies that fight allergens, but when this function is reduces, it makes the body to store the allergens that causes the brain to produce more histamine. If the body has too much of histamine for longer period of time, you will have symptoms like headaches and itchiness.
Dr. E. Group says that the chronic fatigue is a common symptom of intoxicated liver. When the toxins disrupt the muscles, they cause aches in the body and the toxin buildup can attack the immune system. If it is not treated, it can lead to anger, depression and moodiness.
*Excessive body odor and sweating*
When the liver is overworked, it becomes hot and transfers the heat to the whole body. Then, the body tries to cool down by the process of sweating. It results in stronger body odor and excessive sweating.
The accumulation of toxins causes hormonal imbalance that leads to skin problems like acne. If the acne is caused by intoxicated liver, there is no cleanser or cream that can remove it.
Dr. F. Lipman says that the bad breath is a sign of sluggish liver. The fetor hepaticus happens when toxins (foul-smelling) begin to build up in the body and causes bad breath.
If you have some of the symptoms mentioned above, you should talk to the doctor and check if there is some problem with the liver.
Here is a video about how to keep the health of the liver: