5 Signs of Liver Disease that are Visible on Your Face

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The Liver Disease is triggered by obesity, high blood sugar, and high levels of fats in the blood, caused by poor lifestyle choices.

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Once the liver is no longer functioning properly, symptoms start appearing on your face and skin.

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Having high levels of fat in your liver can create serious health problems, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and kidney disease.

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The signs of the liver disease that start appearing on your face are:

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Face skin and eyes turn to be yellow. This state is quite visible to yourself and others. 

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01: Yellow Skin & Eyes

Sometimes, as a warning sign of liver ailment, skin turns to become red from cheeks and forehead.

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02: Red Skin

Veins on your face appear in the form of thin lines, webs, or branches. 

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03: Small Thread Veins

Liver disease can cause blushing or flushing and visible blood vessels in your face. This condition is called Rosacea.

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04: Rosacea

In some diabetic patients, the skin of the face has a waxy appearance. This is also a serious warning sign.

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05: Waxy Appearance

If you see any of these signs on your face, it is time to immediately consult to the doctor. 

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