Hemorrhoids are painful protrusions that are often found near the anal opening, or inside the rectum itself.
When hemorrhoids appear, sufferers often complain of pain during bowel movements.
Bloody stools are also common.
Especially if numerous hemorrhoids protrude from the anal opening itself.
You see, there are 2 kinds of hemorrhoids: internal hemorrhoids and external hemorrhoids.
External hemorrhoids often look like dark blood clots near the anus.
An internal hemorrhoid can actually protrude from the anus.
During bowel movement, this bit of swollen tissue is squeezed while faecal matter passes through.
The squeezing can cause bleeding and pain and often, itching too.
If you have been suffering from hemorrhoids all your life, know that there are ways to prevent this condition from recurring.
Of course, the guidelines that we will be sharing with you today can only be applied if your hemorrhoid is relatively minor, and you have no complications arising from the condition.
If your doctor tells you that your hemorrhoids will resolve on their own, you can definitely speed up the healing process without have to spend a lot of money on oral or topical medication.
Does this sound impossible?
It actually is not because the medical establishment has already set forth many great guidelines that will help any man or woman combat hemorrhoids.
Are you ready to cure your hemorrhoids and prevent them from coming back in the future?
Follow these quick steps to heal and prevent hemorrhoids:
1. Are You Currently Pregnant?
If you are, know that you have a higher risk of developing hemorrhoids, because the amniotic sac and the baby are both exerting additional pressure on your pelvic region.
This additional pressure can exacerbate existing hemorrhoids and can even trigger the development of new ones.
You can reduce the internal pressure by sleeping on your side. This can be difficult for some women, but trust us, it does help.
This guideline is especially important during the last 6 months of your pregnancy.
2. Stuck In 1 Position For Too Long
Being stuck in one position – whether sitting or standing – can put you at risk for hemorrhoids and can also make existing hemorrhoids even bigger.
Take short frequent breaks from whatever you are doing.
For example, if you drive around the city most of the day, take a few minutes to stretch and walk around.
This will help regulate pressure in your rectal and pelvic areas and can also be beneficial to your overall circulation.
3. Practice Ergonomics When Lifting Heavy Objects
For example, lift with your legs, and not your back.
When you lift with your legs, your strong leg muscles are doing most of the work and your back and all other associated regions are spared from excessive straining.
Also, remember to breathe out when you finally lift the object.
Holding your breath will only increase internal pressure, which has a direct impact on your GI tract and many other parts of your body.
4. Whole And Rich Fiber Foods
Make an effort to eat whole foods that are rich in fiber.
Fiber helps clear the GI tract and also softens stools.
Hemorrhoid No More is among best-selling hemorrhoids cure ebooks for a good reason.
Many men and women have completely eliminated any hemorrhoids they had and even symptoms.
Such as pain, irritation, swelling and bleeding.