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Liver Congestion Can be Resolved
The liver has many roles within our body and is the hardest working organ we have. However, if you have liver congestion or a general problem with the liver's function, you may experience chronic tiredness. Learn More
Many healthcare professionals have found that Liver Congestion symptoms can be eliminated with sustained results. With their innovative treatment approaches, patients can experience symptom elimination in 2 weeks to 1 month for mild and moderate conditions.
The healthcare professionals listed here have published their case studies. You can contact them for help or contact us for doctors near you.
List of healthcare professionals who have published clinical studies and provide treatment for Liver Congestion:
What is Liver Congestion?

The liver is your bodys largest gland. It lies mostly under the right ribcage (beneath the diaphragm), but extends to the left side at the top. It is shaped sort of like a triangle, if you saw a diagram looking at the front of the body.

Its most important job (it has many) is to reduce or remove toxic chemicals from the bloodstream. This includes pharmaceutical and recreational drugs, poisonous substances including insect stings, and even emotionally-produced toxins and overload of reactive foodstuffs.

The liver is the most affected organ when it comes to metal and chemical poisoning. When your liver is overloaded, it becomes unable to detoxify your system (This can happen quickly, as in massive exposure to some toxic substance, or it can be a gradual build-up over years of abuse). Thats when your body starts accumulating (storing) toxins.

Cirrhosis of the liver is a degenerative inflammatory disease that results in hardening and scarring of liver cells. A condition that is similar to cirrhosis, but on a microscopic scale, is caused by parasites, liver flukes, tunneling through the tissue. This obviously causes damage and scarring, and so affects liver function. The liver has a huge capacity to regenerate itself, if given the chance. This ability to produce more liver tissue is the reason that people with liver dysfunction, such as cirrhosis, may have a pregnant look (their liver has become enlarged and probably even
hardened.

If much of the liver becomes unusable, the body will simply make a larger liver, so the body can continue to operate on a fairly normal basis.

Jaundice is due to congestion or blockage in the gall bladder duct, or can be from infection. Symptoms of liver congestion include allergies, stiff neck, alcohol abuse (or other addictions), malnutrition, nutritional mal-absorption issues, diarrhea, upset stomach, jaundice, hepatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, liver spots, puffy face, hemorrhoids, strong body odor, tendency to hold weight in the upper abdomen, and chronic throat problems.

Adopted From personal-wellness-consultant.com
United States
Michael Pierce, DC Santa Clara, 95050
Successful Resolution of Shortness of Breath (SOB) and Other Critical Symptoms
Stephen Warren, DC Owasso, 74055
Successful Treatment of Hepatitis C
Donna F. Smith, ND, PhD, CCN Wichita Falls, 76308
Successful Treatment for Hepatitis C
Canada
Jack Kucheran, DC Calgary, T1Y6X3
Successful Treatment of Liver Cirrhosis and Failure