Maintaining fitness in this hectic world has become a challenge for people. Poor nutrition and reduced physical activity contribute to various illnesses. Among these health issues, fatty liver disease has become increasingly prevalent among the youth. Excessive consumption of junk food and alcohol often worsens this condition. However, people who don't drink alcohol may also develop fatty liver disease due to poor dietary choices. 

It is essential to educate yourself about the common symptoms of fatty liver to detect it in its early stages and prevent it from worsening. This condition can affect anyone, regardless of age. Let’s learn more about it. 

The condition of fatty liver occurs when excess fat accumulates in the liver. There are two main types: Alcoholic Fatty Liver and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver.

Symptoms of Fatty Liver:

•    Pain in the right side of the stomach
•    Frequent skin allergies
•    Swelling and pain in the stomach
•    Swollen feet
•    Fatigue
•    Bloating
•    Loss of appetite

Treatment for Fatty Liver:

•    Consult a doctor directly and undergo testing if you experience any symptoms.
•    Stop drinking alcohol as it can contribute to the condition of fatty liver.
•    Maintain a healthy weight through regular exercise to help reduce fatty liver.
•    Avoid junk food and adopt a balanced diet to support liver health.