Living with Hep C
Having hepatitis C is not a death sentence. With proper care and management, it is possible to live a full, healthy life. Calming the C is a peer based support group in which members share their experiences in coping with hepatitis C. Read more about Calming the C.
For people with Hep C, alcohol intake should be carefully monitored.
Caffeine can cause people with hepatitis to suffer from many unwanted side effects to the body’s system such as: headaches, nervousness, fatigue, diarrhoea, vertigo, urinary concentration and frequency, heartburn, insomnia, anxiety and overall restlessness.
Many people living with Hepatitis C take an interest in what they are consuming in an effort to reduce damage to their liver.
In South Australia it is unlawful to discriminate against someone who has hepatitis C.
The majority of people who have hepatitis C may at some stage experience fatigue.
There are a range of herbs that can promote liver health, while others may be damaging to the liver. Being natural and/or herbal does not mean a substance is 100% safe.
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