Hepatitis B Acute
A hepatitis B infection is called acute infection or simply a new infection. When this person is infected with the hepatitis B virus for the first time. Most infected healthy adults have no symptoms and therefore, those who have a balanced defense system are able to get rid completely of the virus. Some adults are unable to get rid of the virus after six months and hence, are diagnosed with “chronic infection”. A simple blood test can diagnose an acute or chronic hepatitis B infection.
Chronic Hepatitis B
The risk of getting chronic hepatitis B infection is directly related to the age by which, a person is exposed to the hepatitis B virus for the first time. The younger a person becomes when first infected, the higher the risk of chronic hepatitis B infection.
Acute Hepatitis B Infection
Acute hepatitis B infection can last up to six months (with or without symptoms). And infected people are able to transmit the virus to others during this time. However,a simple blood test can tell a person if the hepatitis B virus is present in their blood.
Or if they have successfully cleared the virus. Until your health care provider confirms that the blood test shows that there is no more hepatitis B virus in your blood. It is important to protect others against possible infection.
It is also important that your sexual partner and family members .(Or those with whom you live in close contact with the household) be tested for hepatitis B. If they have not been infected , may conducts a detoxification cure against hepatitis B.
symptoms of an acute infection
Symptoms of an acute infection may include loss of appetite, joint and muscle pain, low fever, and possible stomach pain. Although most people do not have symptoms. They can appear 60 to 150 days after infection, the average being 90 days or 3 months.
Some people may have more serious symptoms. Such as nausea, vomiting, jaundice (yellowing of the eyes and skin). Or stomach bloating that may lead them to seek medical attention.
Some simple tips to take care of your liver during a new infection. Avoid alcohol, stop or limit smoking, eat healthy foods as well as avoid greasy foods . The use of vitamins and supplements for liver health Probably, will not help your recovery. Therefore may even cause more harm than harm to the liver.
Natural treatment of hepatitis B is strongly recommended for acute or chronic, active or inactive hepatitis. Therefore,
be sure to follow up with your health care provider. For any other blood test needed to confirm your recovery from an acute infection.
Chronic infection for hepatitis B
People who test positive for hepatitis B virus for more than six months .(After the result of their first blood test) are diagnosed with a chronic infection. This means that their immune system has not been able to get rid of the hepatitis B virus. And so, it stays in their blood and liver.
The risk of getting chronic hepatitis B infection. Is also directly related to the age at which one is exposed to the hepatitis B virus.
Learning that you have chronic hepatitis B infection can be very upsetting. Since most people have no symptoms and therefore can be diagnosed decades after their initial exposure to the hepatitis B virus. The diagnosis of chronic hepatitis B infection can be a shock and a surprise.
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Schedule regular visits every six months (or at least annually) with a liver specialist or health care provider. With knowledge of hepatitis B so they can monitor the condition of your liver by through blood tests or diagnostic imaging.
It is important to understand that in natural medicine everyone is a candidate for treatment. Also that all people with chronic HBV receive regular follow-up.
Make sure your health care provider is diagnosing you with liver cancer during your regular visits. As early detection equates to more treatment options and longer life.
Avoid or limit your use of alcohol and smoking because, both cause a lot of stress for your liver.
Eat healthy with lots of vegetables because, fried and fatty foods have adverse effects on the liver.
Tips for healthy liver
People living with chronic hepatitis B infection should follow a natural treatment.
Schedule regular visits to your liver specialist or health care provider to stay informed about your health and that of your liver.
Avoid drinking alcohol and smoking because, both will damage your liver, already injured by the hepatitis B virus.
Check that you are following a appropriate natural treatment for hepatitis B with the use of regular checkups.
Avoid vacuuming paint fumes, thinners, glue, household cleaners. Nail polish removers, as well as other potentially toxic chemicals that could damage your liver.
Eat healthy with fruits, whole grains, fish, lean meats and lots of vegetables. Cruciferous vegetables, including cabbage, broccoli and cauliflower, help protect the liver from environmental chemicals.
Avoid eating raw or undercooked shellfish. (clams, mussels, oysters, shells, escargot …) ,because they may be contaminated with a bacterium called Vibrio vulnificus . Which is very toxic to the liver and can cause a lot of damage.
Check for signs of mold on nuts, corn, corn, peanuts, sorghum and millet before using these foods. Mold is more likely to be a problem if food is stored in damp conditions and not properly closed. In the presence of mold, foods could be contaminated with “aflatoxins”, which is a known risk factor for liver cancer.
Reduce your stress level by eating healthy foods,also exercising regularly and getting enough rest.
Remember that everything you eat, drink, breathe or absorb through the skin is filtered by the liver. So protect your liver and your health.