HEPATITIS B TREATMENT
(Causes,prevention,symptoms and natural treatment)
Hepatitis b treatment is a process that shouldn’t be rushed.
hepatitis b is a life threatening viral infection of the liver. It can cause scarring of the organ, liver failure, and cancer.
It spreads when people come in contact with the blood of someone who has the hepatitis b virus.
The main cause of the infection is caused by the virus, it can survive outside the body for seven days.
During this time, it can infect a person if it enters his or her body. It can be detect within 30 to 60 days after infection.
It can be transmitted through needle sharing, sexually, exposure to infected blood.
A vaccine against hepatitis b has be discovered since 1982. This is a series of three injections. The first injection is given soon after birth, the second at least 1 month later, and the third dose is given at least 8 weeks after the second dose.
Others who should receive the vaccine are:
*all health care workers
*children and youth not yet vaccinated
*anyone who is exposed to blood and blood products through work or treatment
*dialysis patients and recipients of solid organ transplants
*residents and staff of correctional facilities, halfway houses, and community residences
*People travelling to countries where hepatitis is common if they have not been vaccinated yet.
*household and sexual contacts of people with chronic hepatitis b infection
*those who have multiple sexual partners
*people who inject drugs
*Protection lasts for at least 20 years and is normally lifelong.
Most people with acute hepatitis b experience no symptoms. But some, especially adults and children over the age of 5, develop symptoms that can last for several weeks. They usually develop two to five months after exposure to the virus. The most common symptoms of acute hepatitis B include:
*loss of appetite
*Yellowing of the skin and the whites of the eyes (jaundice)
*Weakness and extreme fatigue
*Nausea and vomiting
People with chronic hepatitis B are unable to clear the virus. They may experience ongoing symptoms or live symptom-free for many years.
Hepatitis b treatment
Treatments to Manage Hepatitis B symptoms naturally
Eat a healthy and well balanced diet:
Eating foods that contain chlorophyll can also be beneficial for reducing oxidative stress and liver damage, which is very important for hepatitis b treatment. Therefore, some of the most beneficial, detoxifying, liver-cleansing and cancer-fighting foods include;
*leafy green vegetables, like spinach, kale, arugula, collard greens and also romaine lettuce
*cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and also Brussels sprouts
*root vegetables, like carrots, sweet potatoes, beets and also butternut squash
*fresh fruit, especially blueberries, strawberries, goji berries and also citrus fruits
*fresh herbs, like basil, parsley, oregano and also ginger
*organic meat and also wild-caught fish
*grass-fed cattle or chicken liver
*probiotic dairy, like kefir, cottage cheese and also yogurt
*nuts and seeds, especially walnuts, flaxseeds and also chia seeds
*unrefined oils, such as healthy coconut oil and most importantly, extra virgin olive oil
Avoid inflammatory foods and drinks:
For hepatitis b treatment, also, avoid consuming foods and drinks that increase inflammation. This includes sugar, refined oils, refined carbohydrates, conventional dairy products and farm-raised meats, therefore, try not to eat processed foods that normally contain refined ingredients and additives.
Vomiting is also a symptom of hepatitis b. You need to drink plenty of water. Have at least an 8-ounce glass with every meal and also, have water between meals, too. Drinking fresh fruit and veggie juices can be very useful also.
Do not engage in strenuous activities, especially, if you are feeling tired. Allow your body to rest. Try some natural stress relievers like taking a short walk outside.
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