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Consumption of too much alcohol can cause inflammation, fat build-up, and scarring of the liver, which can be fatal. As the liver filters out toxins, stores energy, makes hormones and proteins and regulates cholesterol and blood sugar, any disease affecting the liver disrupts the function of the entire body. The early signs of liver disease are abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and loss of appetite. As alcoholic liver disease progresses, it causes jaundice, edema in lower limbs, fever, itching, weight loss, blood in vomit, and muscle wasting. Severe cases of alcoholic liver disease need a liver transplant.
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