What is hepatitis B?
In hepatitis B, the liver is infected with the hepatitis B virus. This causes inflammation. The liver isn’t able to work properly.
Hepatitis B can be short-term (acute) or long-term (chronic).
The causes of hepatitis B -
Hepatitis B is caused by infection with the hepatitis B virus. People pass the hepatitis B virus to each other. This happens when you come into contact with another person’s infected:
Common ways this virus is spread are through:
Babies may also get the disease if their mother has the virus.
Who is at risk for hepatitis B?
Anyone can get hepatitis B by coming into contact with the blood or body fluids of someone who is infected with hepatitis B.
Some people are at higher risk of getting hepatitis B. They include:
Pregnant women should be tested for hepatitis B.
Symptoms of hepatitis B
Hepatitis B has a wide range of symptoms. It may be mild, without symptoms, or it may cause chronic hepatitis.
Each person’s symptoms may vary. The most common symptoms of hepatitis B is as follows.
Diagnosis of Hepatitis B -
Complications of hepatitis B -
1. Liver failure can lead to death.
2. The risk of liver cancer is higher in people with hepatitis B.
3. Long-term or chronic hepatitis B can cause severe liver damage. The most severe liver damage is called cirrhosis. The liver stops working properly.
Ayurvedic Treatment of Hepatitis B -
Ayurvedic treatment mainly boost the immune system to get the rid of Hepatitis B virus. Specially ''Rasayan'' Ayurvedic treatment that is very effective to rejuvenate each and every cell of our body and mainly liver tissue. Nectar like Ayurvedic medicine help to slow down or stop the virus from damaging the liver.
Ayurvedic Treatment is helpful to decrease the amount and destructive energy of virus in the blood, Rejuvenate liver tissue, reduce complications.
Important points to prevent hepatitis B?
A vaccine is available to prevent hepatitis B. The vaccine is suggested for everyone age 18 years and younger, as well as for adults over age 18 who are at risk for the infection.
You can protect yourself and others from hepatitis B by: