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Fatty Liver Healing by Self-Empowerment Session

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Possible signs and symptoms of fatty liver include Abdominal swelling (ascites), Enlarged blood vessels just beneath the skin’s surface, Enlarged breasts in men, Enlarged spleen, Red palms and Yellowing of the skin and eyes (jaundice). While NAFLD (Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease)is mostly benign, left unaddressed it can develop into a much more harmful disease-state called non-alcoholic steato-hepatitis (NASH), which involves inflammation of the liver. … About 20% of those diagnosed with NASH develop cirrhosis, which is a serious problem that can lead to many complications.

NASH progresses to scarring and ultimately to cirrhosis, with all the complications of cirrhosis, for example, gastrointestinal bleeding, liver failure, and liver cancer. The development of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is intimately associated with and is probably caused by obesity and diabetes.

All the symptoms of the disease indicate just one message from the body that there is some un-addressed issue buried somewhere inside the body cells. You may not remember that particular pain, trauma or a series of traumatizing events that caused your body to suffer to the extent that your body manifested the fatty liver disease to draw your attention. In the healing session, using a combination of spiritual techniques, you are connected with your cells where you can retrieve the lost memories of painful events buried there, deal with them properly and finally can release them from your system forever. People experience immediate relief in the pain after the session and it takes you 1.5 to 2 months to completely heal the fatty liver disease.

For details and appointment, call us on 0340 844 2844

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