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Common Symptoms of a Clogged Liver or Gallbladder

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Common Symptoms of a Clogged Liver and Gallbladder can be:

  • Bladder and Pelvic Infections
  • Bloating
  • Chills
  • Constipation
  • Depression
  • Diarrhea
  • Ear Pains
  • Inner Ear Infections
  • Female problems
  • Excessive Weight Gain
  • Gallbladder attacks
  • Head aches
  • Incontinence
  • Indigestion

*The hypochondrium is an anatomical term. It defines the area of the body in the lower thorax/upper abdomen on the sides of the body. There is a left and right hypochondriac area. On the right side of the body it is the area occupied by the liver but, liver pressure can also be mirrored on the exact opposite side of the body.

This is not to say that the Liver itself is the origin of every single listed symptom directly. The domino effect of having one clogged or congested organ, logically will affect other organs before or after it in the sequence of energy transfer and general circulation. Even though every organ in the body is connect to and affects every other organ, the Liver being the largest organ is more capable of affecting the fundamental functions of many other organs. This is why some of the symptoms mentioned above may seem like obvious Liver symptoms while others may not.

Other points concerning and about the effect of the Liver:

  • A Sour taste or dry mouth is experienced
  • Adversely affected by the Wind
  • Controlling Center of Emotions
  • Easily aroused to Anger
  • Easily moved to cry or tears
  • Eyes and power of Sight
  • Health of the Nails
  • Muscles
  • Shouting or booming voice
  • Etc.

Interestingly, although the liver and gallbladder affect the entire body profoundly, they will also affect the kidneys and urinary bladder directly. Once the liver and gallbladder are healthy the urinary bladder benefits greatly. In general, urinary tract infections will not happen with any frequency if at all after liver issues have been cleared up.

The relationship between the two is very obvious once you consider that each organ has it’s own functions that focus around the processing of different substances. If the substances that one organ should be taken care of are being passed on to another organ incomplete, that organ suffers because it is equipped to handled the work of the organ that precedes it in the normal order of digestion. In the case of bladder infections, the kidneys are being given blood from the liver that has not been completely filtered and what is in it the kidneys are not designed to work with. The kidney then discharges it into the urinary tract which is even less capable of dealing with it and the result is an irritation that can become an infection.

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