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www.piedmont.org/living-better/how-quickly-the-liver-can-repair-itself

How quickly the liver can repair itself. ... Healing can begin as early as a few days to weeks after you stop drinking, but if the damage is severe, healing can take several months. In some cases, “if the damage to the liver has been long-term, it may not be reversible,” warns Dr. Stein.

www.ashwoodrecovery.com/blog/liver-repair-physically-heal-alcohol-abuse

Depending on what stage you are in your alcoholism, you may have caused serious damage to your liver.You have heard the expression, “What’s done is done.” This is not always the case with your liver. Since this is one of the only regenerative organs by nature, it’s actually possible to physically restore it to the state it was in before problem drinking began.

www.activebeat.com/your-health/10-telling-symptoms-of-liver-damage

Liver damage can include anything from heredity (i.e., inherited from a family member), toxicity (i.e., due to chemicals or viruses) to a long-term disease (i.e., Cirrhosis) that can affect your liver for the rest of your life. The liver helps the body digest food, absorb nutrients, and eliminate ...

www.drinkaware.co.uk/.../effects-on-the-body/alcohol-related-liver-disease

Drinking alcohol can increase your risk of developing liver disease and cause irreparable damage to this very important part of your body. In fact, alcohol is a major cause of the 25% increase in deaths from liver disease in England over the last decade (from 9,231 in 2001 to 11,575 in 2009) 2. Overall, alcohol-related liver disease accounts for well over a third (37%) of liver disease deaths.

addictionresource.com/alcohol/effects/liver

Liver Diseases Caused by Alcohol. The signs of liver damage from alcohol are not always obvious until a lot of harm has been done. By then it is possible that a person is suffering from a liver condition. There are several diseases that affect this important organ and that can be caused by drinking.

www.healthline.com/health/alcoholic-liver-cirrhosis

Damage from repeated and excessive alcohol abuse leads to alcoholic liver cirrhosis. When the liver tissue starts to scar, the liver doesn’t work as well as it did before.

www.wikihow.com/Heal-Liver-from-Alcoholism

Approximately one in three heavy drinkers develop liver damage. When the liver breaks down alcohol, the process produces substances that damage the liver. If this continues, eventually scarring develops in the liver, called cirrhosis. If cirrhosis has not yet started, the liver can still heal if you stop drinking alcohol and treat any ...

www.psychologytoday.com/.../liver-damage-alcohol-the-binge-drinking-connection

It took only seven weeks of occasional binge drinking to harm the liver. The damage was more significant than moderate daily drinking. And, in just 21 sessions of binge-drinking, the mice were ...

www.choosehelp.com/topics/alcoholism/understanding-alcoholic-liver-disease-and...

Congratulation on quitting drinking! You've taken a tremendous step in improving your overall health both physically and mentally. Now that last call has come and gone it's time to take a close look at the damage that's been done - especially scary liver damage. So here’s what you do:

www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/liver-problems/symptoms-causes/syc-20374502

The liver is an organ about the size of a football that sits just under your rib cage on the right side of your abdomen. The liver is essential for digesting food and ridding your body of toxic substances. Liver disease can be inherited (genetic) or caused by a variety of factors that damage the liver, such as viruses and alcohol use.