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Liver Enzymes Fluctuation: Why and What To Do?

Liver Enzymes Fluctuation: Why and What To Do?
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Liver produces liver enzymes to help our body function, such as breaking down nutrients and toxins and making coagulation proteins. Liver enzymes are good indicators that reflect the liver's health state, including AST, ALP, ALT, and GGT.

 

A blood test can track liver enzyme levels. Here is the general standard range for each enzyme:

 

AST: under 36 U/L

ALP: 20 – 140 U/L

ALT: under 25 U/L for female ; under 33 U/L for male

GGT: 5- 40 U/L

 

Elevated liver enzymes can be an indication of liver damage. Many reasons are causing a rise in liver enzymes, the cause can be temporary, or it can be due to some chronic health concerns. Hormonal changes due to the menstruation cycle and pregnancy, using medications such as antibiotics, and heavying drinking can be part of the temporary causes. Most of them can be resolved without a treatment plan within a month, but some people may need to review their medication or limit drinking.

 

The rise caused by chronic health concerns is more severe. Liver problems such as excessive liver fat accumulation, scar tissues, or metabolic issues can increase liver enzymes. To lower liver enzymes in these cases, we need to address the root cause; therefore, the treatment plan will depend on each person's health condition. However, there is some lifestyle intervention that everyone can do to prevent liver enzyme fluctuation.

 

  1. Limits alcohol drinks
  2. Maintain a healthy weight
  3. Exercise regularly, stay active
  4. Include liver-friendly food in the diet moderately
  5. Use medication and supplements with cautious

 

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Reference:
  1. Healthline
Disclaimer:
  • * All research and clinical data should be used as reference purposes only, results may vary.
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