Firstly, if one quits alcohol abruptly, one is likely to have withdrawal symptoms
which may range from mild insomnia
, tremors and irritability to even delirium
and seizures. Hence it is advisable to consult a doctor and quit drinking under cover of medications.
Secondly, the abnormalities seen in ECHO and FVC tests do not seem significant to me but since you have been complaining of fatigue, it is advisable to consult a cardiologist
. Clinical correlation means interpreting test results in reference to physical condition of the patient. That is, an abnormal report may not be of much importance if physically the person is fine. Your fatty liver
may become normal if you give up alcohol. Obesity also causes fatty liver.
Thirdly, regarding your physical complaints, you probably need a reassessment of visual acuity and to change the power of your spectacles if needed. You also need to change your life style and opt for regular exercise. Brisk walk for 45 minutes a day, at least five days a week, should be suffiecient in my opinion.
Hope this has been of some help.