Malayalam star Subi Suresh died at an in-house medical facility in Kochi on the 22nd of February to acute liver insufficiency. The actress had suffered from liver issues over many years. Here are the top causes of fatal liver complications during youth.
Malayalam actress comedian, host of a TV show Subi Suresh passed away in an in-house Hospital in Kochi on the 22nd of February. She was suffering from acute liver insufficiency and was admitted to the hospital in January. The actress suffered from liver problems for a number of years. She had previously blamed her lifestyle choices, such as eating too late as well as not taking medication to treat her illness. According to reports in the media Subi was waiting for her liver transplant surgery and was looking forward to her wedding.
Liver issues that may lead to death in children
There are many issues with the liver that could cause mortality in young people. The most common of them start with hepatitis, then the cirrhosis of the liver, to cancer of the liver.
“There are a variety of acute hepatitis that develop in the liver, which could cause death and even mortality. They could include Hepatitis A, B, C, D, N E that are typically discovered. Also, there could be abdominal hepatitis as a result of an alcoholic liver disease. If we consider cirrhosis, there are the same factors that can cause liver hepatitis, eventually leading to cirrhosis. In the stage of advanced liver cirrhosis the mortality rates increase and the complications, more systems are involved, and so is the risk of dying. Cirrhosis – Liver cancer and non-cirrhotic cirrhosis livers develop cancer of the liver based on the cause, often due to viral infections, but sometimes by themselves. In addition, there could be several other complications such as liver problems, cancer of pancreas and bile duct which can cause liver damage and eventually result in death. There are many metastases that can result from cancer elsewhere in the body. If they develop inside the liver, these may also cause death. These are conditions that are common and could cause death. They are prevalent in liver-related illnesses,” says Dr. Bir Singh Sehrawat, Director and HOD, Gastroenterology, Marengo QRG Hospital Faridabad.
Bile-related complications and alcohol liver conditions
“Liver cancer is typically diagnosed in advanced stages however, we are now seeing a significant number of children experiencing bile issues and alcohol-related liver disorders. This is the type of patients that are developing cancer or malignancy at younger ages. While cirrhosis and alcohol-related hepatitis are both a are more common in people younger than the age of 30,” says Dr Sehrawat.
Most common reasons for liver issues at the age of 40
Dr Aniket Mule, consultant internal medicine, Wockhardt Hospitals, Mira Road speaks in depth about the most common causes of liver problems at the age of 40.
1. Diabetes, obesity, high cholesterol Did you have any idea? Certain issues like diabetes, obesity, and high cholesterol may lead to the development of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease which could eventually result in cirrhosis or cancer of the liver. It is also possible to require an organ transplant in order to enhance your quality of life. So, those who suffer from these conditions can trigger any liver condition in the 40s , when it affects both women and men.
2. Alcohol consumption The fatty liver of alcohol that can cause inflammation of the liver (alcoholic liver hepatitis) along with scarring (cirrhosis) is possible when one drinks excessively. When one begins to notice the signs the liver could be damaged and need liver transplantation. Have you been aware? People who quit drinking can help prevent damage to the liver.
3. Consuming harmful supplements If the supplements you’re taking are listed as “natural however that doesn’t mean that they are appropriate for you or have any effect on your health. Certain herbs and supplements can cause liver damage and even lead to liver. It is best to consult your doctor prior to using any supplements or steroids.
4. Exposition in certain chemical or toxic substances: Toxic Hepatitis is an inflammation in the liver as a response to specific chemicals to which the body is exposed. Metals with high levels of toxicity, PCBs, and organochlorine insecticides can damage the liver. Be aware.
5. The family history of you family member suffers from liver disease and you are at risk of developing liver disease. It is the time for the moment to ensure the highest level of care for your health and increase your overall health. Today, liver issues are commonplace throughout all ages and contribute to more morbidity and mortality across the nation. If you’re diagnosed with liver issues then you should consult a doctor right away. The doctor will determine the best treatment plan for you. Keep yourself fit and well!
“To lower the risk of contracting these deadly illnesses, it is recommended to avoid eating outside, drinking water, particularly contaminated foods such as uncooked food items, so that we are protected from disease transmission such as Hepatitis A, E which eventually leads to Hepatitis. It is also recommended to stay clear from alcohol consumption. It is recommended to include a large amount of fresh green leafy veggies in our daily diets since they are rich in antioxidants and can reduce the risk of dying from liver diseases,”