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20 Sep 2016

One of the debilitating effects of alcohol addiction to health is a liver disease.  The success or failure of treating a liver problem depends if the person will stop consuming alcohol. 

Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) may not happen to all heavy drinkers. The length of drinking and the quantity of alcohol consumed, contribute to the occurrence of a liver disease. 

The Need To Abstain from Alcohol

Treating alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) requires abstinence from alcohol. The individual with alcohol addiction must stop drinking in order to proceed with the treatment process. A person suffering from a fatty liver should stop drinking for at least two weeks in order for the treatment to take effect.

People with...