Hemorrhoids are enlarged blood vessels and are divided into two types – internal and external. The usual reason for their appearance is an increased pressure in the rectal and pelvic veins, which in turn leads to gastrointestinal cramps, diarrhea and constipation. If you suffer from hemorrhoids, you will notice traces of blood in the toilet bowl or on the toilet paper – this is the most common symptom of this disease. Other causes of hemorrhoids are pressure during pregnancy, being overweight, lifting heavy objects and leading a sedentary lifestyle.

If you suffer from early stage hemorrhoids, there are two ways to try to deal with it at home. Here they are:

1. Use Natural Remedies

Relieve the pain, burning, itching and other unpleasant symptoms of hemorrhoids with a hot bath. You can sit in the bath or fill a basin with warm water (a few centimeters), where you can sit. Pour a tea cup of English salt (Magnesium Sulphate) and in the bath or about 2-3 tablespoons if you’re using a basin.

Another way to relieve the discomfort of hemorrhoids is to to put a cotton towel that you have previously dipped in hot water. The warm towel is placed on the affected area for about 15 minutes 4 or 5 times a day.

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Do not use dry toilet paper after going to the toilet. Instead, get wet wipes or just wet the toilet paper before using it. A bidet is also a great alternative. Clean very thoroughly to avoid more inflammation.

To reduce swelling from hemorrhoids, use ice. Hold the ice between 5 and 10 minutes, no more!

To feel more comfortable when sitting, use a donut pillow or a soft foam pillow. Keep in mind that using proper posture when sitting is important!

2. Fighting Hemorrhoids Is Impossible Without Changing Your Lifestyle!

It is extremely important to let things happen naturally when you go to the toilet to defecate. This means that you should not push excessively as straining could make the hemorrhoids burst.

Dehydration aggravates the problem of hemorrhoids, so it is mandatory to drink 1.5-2 liters of water a day. This, of course, should be done not only when you have a problem, but should become part of your daily routine.

Fiber retains water longer in the body and helps make bowel movements more painless when you suffer from hemorrhoids. You can get the necessary fiber from fruits, and you should consume them with the peels. Other sources of fiber are bulgur, brown rice, corn, oats, barley, buckwheat, rye. Of the vegetables richest in fiber are leafy vegetables such as lettuce, spinach and cabbage. You can check out our dietary recommendations over here.

To fight hemorrhoids, you need to include sports in your daily routine. This does not mean that you have to spend 3 hours a day in the gym. In the case of hemorrhoids, it is important to move more and incorporate cardio into your life. The exercises can be for endurance, cardiovascular, aerobics or just taking a nice long walk.

Do not use laxatives, because their frequent use has the opposite effect – it leads to chronic constipation. If you still need to resort to such medications, first try herbal alternatives.

Pay attention to how often you have to visit the toilet and try to create a schedule. Over time, your body will adjust to the schedule.

You must seek medical advice and help at the first symptoms of hemorrhoids, and at the same time, you can safely apply all these recommendations. Hemorrhoids are a very common and persistent problem that is difficult to deal with medication alone without making lifestyle changes.

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Thank you for reading and we sincerely hope this article has been helpful!

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