7. Difficulty thinking
Many of the most visible symptoms of liver disease and liver failure affect the skin, eyes, and even byproducts of the human body. But a diseased liver can also have a demonstrative impact on the way we think.
The problem is that a failing liver can struggle to properly regulate all of the compounds in the body, leading to serious problems. For example, a diseased liver could allow for too much copper in the bloodstream — once this copper reaches the brain, it can cause serious confusion. This could make many common daily activities — such as going to the store or working out a problem at the office — far more difficult than they should be.