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Overweight people with high blood sugar and high-fat levels are prone to this disease.

Redness in the palms of the hands can be one of the signs of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. This disease is an aggressive form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease that can progress to cirrhosis.

Symptoms also include bloating, dilated blood vessels under the skin, enlarged spleen, and yellowing of the skin and eyes. 

Overweight people with high levels of sugar and fat in the blood are predisposed to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis, the specialists of the clinic explained.

Complications can include, according to doctors, having increased pressure in the vein that may result from the inability of the liver to make enough of certain blood proteins, such as albumin, can also cause changes to and swelling of the spleen, and trapping of white blood cells and platelets. Further it may lead to serious bleeding, body forgets to fighting infection, increases risk of cancer, buildup of toxins in the brain and some people have also suffered with bone diseases.

To reduce the risk of developing the disease, doctors recommend to avoid alcohol, eat a healthy diet, maintain a healthy weight, and avoid sharing needles and unprotected sex.

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