More than 50 crore population of the country is in the grip of this serious disease. AIIMS report will surprise you

Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease : A shocking report by AIIMS has revealed that around 38 percent of the population  He is a victim of Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease. Liver diseases are spreading rapidly at the global level. Experts say that this problem is increasing rapidly among the youth, which is quite worrying. At an early age, people are seen in the grip of liver disease, especially non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. A study was done by AIIMS regarding this serious problem increasing among the youth. The result of which is going to increase anxiety.
What is the study of AIIMS
Published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hepatology, it has been told in this report that not only in youth, this disease is also being seen in 35 percent of children. This liver problem can cause many serious health damages. So everyone needs to be alert from it.
Why is this liver disease so dangerous
The team of health experts told that  Most of the people are such, in whom non-alcoholic fatty liver is not being identified on time. Since some kind of symptoms are visible in the initial phase of this disease, due to which the disease cannot be detected. Because of this it becomes more dangerous and can increase the risk of many other diseases. 
Causes of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver
According to health experts, fatty liver or steatohepatitis can be a problem due to dietary disturbances. When the diet is bad and we consume more fast food and fruits and vegetables start disappearing from the diet, then the risk of this problem is highest.
How dangerous is non-alcoholic fatty liver
According to health experts, like diabetes, high blood pressure and metabolism, this disease can also be very dangerous. The biggest concern is that right now we have neither any special medicine nor any treatment for the problem of fatty liver. A large number of youths are falling prey to it. Its side effects are also coming to the fore.
Prevention of Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Keep healthy lifestyle and healthy food.
Don’t consume alcohol at all.
Keep doing physical activities. Don’t let obesity grow.
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