Management Of Hemorrhoids
Care of Hemorrhoids
To be able to eat what you like and able to digest may be considered the biggest blessing of Nature. However, there are a few health issues that greatly affect appetite or digestive processes and thus overall food intake. One of these issues is hemorrhoids that makes eating difficult and after digestion makes it difficult to get rid of waste products.
What are hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids are masses or enlarge veins of rectum that occur due to excessive pressure in rectum. The most important cause is passage of very hard stool that requires constant straining to allow passage of fecal matter out of the body. Hemorrhoids may be internal or external; depending upon the location but in each case may lead to:
Complications of Hemorrhoids:
If hemorrhoids are not treated timely and inciting causes are not removed, hemorrhoids may become a more complicated and complex to treat problem. Following complications may also occur
What can you do to control your hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids develop due to following risk factors, if these are controlled, hemorrhoids can be prevented.
Low fiber diet:
Low fiber diet decreases the bulk of your stool making it difficult to be excreted without enough straining.
Low intake of water:
Low intake of water makes the stool hard, making the passage of stool difficult from the gastrointestinal tract. Moreover, with low water intake, hard stool may lead to anal fissures (which are very painful and difficult to be treated because of constant exposure of wound to fecal bacteria), further increasing constipation and thus hemorrhoids.
Less concentration of anti-oxidants:
Anti-oxidants ensure proper healing of gut muscles and lining.
Low metabolic or physical activity:
Constipation is very common with low physical activity that decreases the pace of metabolism (or process of digestion) thus further increasing constipation. By regular exercise, constipation can be improved, which also helps to improve constipation and hemorrhoids.
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