Hepatitis

Defined by the inflammation of the liver, hepatitis is the medical condition that is characterized by the presence of inflammatory cells in the tissues. The condition sometimes cures naturally without any medication but it can also lead to the liver scarring. Most vital causes of hepatitis are the hepatitis viruses. The toxins, alcohol, and infections can also cause hepatitis. Hepatitis is classified as acute hepatitis and chronic hepatitis. Inflammation in acute hepatitis lasts usually less than six months and in chronic hepatitis, it extends more than six months. Viral hepatitis and non-infectious hepatitis are two categories divided by clinicians.

 

Viral hepatitis is caused by the viruses and the non-infectious hepatitis is caused by chemicals, alcohols, medications, genetic and metabolic disorders etc. The injury-related to immune and obesity can also lead to liver inflammation. Viral hepatitis spreads from one person to another whereas non-infectious hepatitis does not infect another person.

 

General malaise, joint pain, muscle pain, fatigue, sore throat, headache,  cough, runny nose, loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting, fever and dark colored urine are some common symptoms of hepatitis. Physical examinations and different blood tests are used to diagnose hepatitis. Homeopathic medicines are very effective in treating hepatitis. By relieving and controlling the symptoms and reversing the disease process the homeopathic medicines play a very vital role in treating hepatitis.