As the name suggests, liver disease symptoms are obviously more advanced than fatty liver, although in some cases fatty liver can be the beginning stages of more advanced liver disease. In other cases, people can have fatty liver for years and never progress to liver disease symptoms.
Most people think of liver disease such as cirrhosis of the liver in relation to alcoholism, and although this is indeed one of the most common causes, it is not the only cause. Of course, things like drug addiction (of both prescription drugs as well as illegal drugs), viruses like hepatitis, autoimmune diseases, as well as heavy concentrations of environmental toxins and years of following poor nutritional diets heavy in processed foods, chemical food additives, preservatives and pesticides will also overload the liver until it has no choice but to end up developing liver disease symptoms. Diabetes also increases the risk of developing liver disease symptoms.
The early stages of liver disease may not present many symptoms or they are very subtle or may be mistaken for other diseases and conditions. As the disease progresses, the symptoms become more apparent. (Some of the above symptoms are "end stage" liver disease.)
Fatty liver or early stages of liver disease will respond favourably to treatments, but once the liver disease has progressed, treatments may not be effective. Of course, "end stage" liver disease is not treatable and would require liver transplant for recovery. There is on-going research all the time in developing new treatments for various liver diseases. If you do have the above liver disease symptoms, talk to your physician to find out about diagnosis and what would be suitable in your case.
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