Home Prevention and Natural Hemorrhoids Treatment

Natural Hemorrhoids Treatment can be easy! Hemorrhoids are really uncomfortable and can even be very painful. A lot of people frequently suffer from this condition. They simply don’t know what to do or which treatment to have in order to disappear this unpleasant condition.

Here, we will give you totally simple and naturally tips to prevent hemorrhoids on time and treat them quickly without any side effects.

What exactly represent hemorrhoids?

Hemorrhoids are an inflammation of the veins or varicose veins in the rectum and anus. Everyone ‘possesses’ these veins, but they’re only considered a problem when they dilate and swell. In some cases, they can even extend from the anal cavity.

This inflammation causes pain, itching and in some cases bleeding.

There are several factors that can influence this health problem. It can be constipation, pregnancy, a sedentary lifestyle or simply being overweight. There are also people who suffer from weakening or exhausting of the body’s tissues which also affect the anal sphincter.

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General treatment of Hemorrhoids

The general and basic treatment to treat and naturally prevent hemorrhoids is based on eating a food full of vegetables and fruits. That is in fact foods rich in fiber and water. Of course, we should pay attention to processed foods and increase the consumption of legumes, nuts, whole grains and seeds.

However, it’s really important to drink plenty of water between meals. Two hours after meal and not during the meal.  A diet rich in fiber actually requires a lot of water to properly digest.

You should also exercise and move each day as much as you can. This is mandatory if you have a really sedentary job or routine.

Finally, if you feel like you have to go to the bathroom, don’t wait. Although there are many people who don’t want to use another toilet outside their home base, they should know that holding it in can make constipation worse.

Medicinal foods for Hemorrhoids Treatment

In addition to the chosen healthy diet, you can also include some of the following foods which will actually help with intestinal transit. They will help in the process of lowering pain  and irritation:

Psyllium: Also known as Plantago, it’s a natural source of soluble and insoluble fiber that works to regulate the intestines. Take it mixed with a large glass of water before breakfast and dinner.

Agar-agar: We use this alga to make gelatin which improves intestinal function. You can use it to make all types of desserts or use it to thicken recipes. If you add more agar-agar, stiffer and thicker the recipe will be.

Flax seeds: Flax seeds are a remedy for constipation. Before going to bed, add a teaspoon of flax seeds to a glass of water and let soak overnight. The following morning, drink the glass of water, including the seeds, before eating breakfast. Wait at least 15 minutes before eating.

Flax seeds

Dandelion

According to natural medicine, when we’re suffering from hemorrhoids, our liver is often congested due to overeating. It works like a trigger to unleash other conditions.

Dandelion is excellent medicinal plant that removes accumulated toxins from the kidneys and liver.

Take 3 infusions of this healing herb per day until your symptoms improve.

 

You can take it in a homeopathic form as well: Taraxacum officinale 15 CH (3 tablets under the tongue, 3 times a day, without food or “heavy” flavors like the menthol that we can find in toothpaste and chewing gum).

Cold water for Hemorrhoids Treatment 

Cold water

Applying really cold water directly to the anal area will provide immediate relief from the pain caused by hemorrhoids.

Some bidets have nice vertical jet. It is ideal for this purpose. However, you can also use a bath and simply soak in a tub of cold water without getting wet your lower back.

 

Source: StepToHealth

 

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