Liver disease: Unexplained weight loss can be a sign – symptoms


Other treatments include medications and a liver transplant.

A number of factors can increase a person’s risk of developing the condition such obesity, the presence of type 2 diabetes, having a condition that affects how the body uses insulin, an underactive thyroid, or high blood pressure.

Furthermore, the presence of high cholesterol, metabolic syndrome, an advanced age over 50, and having a smoking habit will also increase the risk of NAFLD.

While these factors increase the risk of developing the condition, it is still possible for young people without these risk factors to develop the condition.


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