There are many different stages of liver disease. Those with more severe damage may also have difficulty concentrating and confusion. The liver’s primary function is to clean the blood of debris and toxins. These toxins should be out of your system as soon as possible and at a continuous rate. Otherwise, they would accumulate and start causing problems in different organs, especially your brain.
The brain is affected by a complication of liver disease called hepatic encephalopathy. This complication features an accumulation of ammonia and other toxins, which trigger a problem in the brain. In the late stage of hepatic encephalopathy, patients become disoriented and confused.