• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
All About Hemorrhoids
 

All About Hemorrhoids

on

  • 795 views

Hemorrhoids are more common then you might think; so don’t be embarrassed if you are suffering from them. Most Hemorrhoids can be cured at home with simple treatments so you don’t have to be ...

Hemorrhoids are more common then you might think; so don’t be embarrassed if you are suffering from them. Most Hemorrhoids can be cured at home with simple treatments so you don’t have to be embarrassed getting a physical examination.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
795
Views on SlideShare
795
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    All About Hemorrhoids All About Hemorrhoids Document Transcript

    • All  About  Hemorrhoids Hemorrhoids  are  more  common  then  you  might  think;  so  don’t  be  embarrassed  if  you  are   suffering  from  them.  Most  Hemorrhoids  can  be  cured  at  home  with  simple  treatments  so  you   don’t  have  to  be  embarrassed  getting  a  physical  examination. Hemorrhoids  are  generally  enlarged  or  in>lamed  blood  vessels  in  the  posterior  rectal  region.   The  most  usual  symptoms  of  hemorrhoids  are  rectal  bleeding,  blistering,  pain  and  itchiness. Hemorrhoids  can  be  internal  (situated  inside  the  posterior  lower  rectum)  or  external   (beneath  the  skin  around  the  anus).  These  two  kinds  of  hemorrhoids  may  occur  at  the  same   time.   Some  common  symptoms  of  hemorrhoids  are  the  following:   • Rectal  bleeding • Irritation • Bulging  out  of  the  skin  (a  hemorrhoid)  from  the  rectum • Leakage  of  stool Usually,  rectal  bleeding  occurs  during  bowel  movement.  This  is  a  very  common  symptom  of   hemorrhoids.  After  the  bowel  movement,  you  may  observe  that  there  are  bright  red  blood   smudges  on  the  feces  or  in  the  toilet  paper  after  cleaning  the  anus.  The  quantity  of  blood  is   fairly  small.  However,  even  a  little  amount  of  blood  can  cause  the  toilet  water  to  look  like  vivid   red  and  can  be  alarming  to  the  person.   If  you  are  experiencing  these  symptoms  then  it  is  highly  likely  that  you  have  hemorrhoids.  The   good  news  is  that  there  are  many  natural  home  remedies  and  cures  available  to  help  that  are   inexpensive  and  effective.  Click  here  now  to  view  the  hemorrhoids  treatment  I  used  to  >inally   get  rid  of  my  hemorrhoids  for  good. Less  commonly,  bleeding  may  be  serious.  In  very  rare  cases,  critical  blood  loss  from  rectal   bleeding  may  result  to  anemia,  causing  weakness,  exhaustion,  or  other  related  warning  signs.   Hemorrhoids  can  cause  irritation  and  itching  of  the  affected  skin  around  the  anal  area.  Itching   can  be  a  result  of  a  mixture  of  various  factors,  such  as  the  following: • Internal  hemorrhoids  can  permit  leakage  of  stool  that  can  be  itchy  and  irritating  to  the   skin  in  the  rectal  area.   • Over  cleaning  may  irritate  the  skin  in  the  rectal  region.   • Individuals  with  external  hemorrhoids  can  develop  minimal  protrusion  of  the  skin,   commonly  known  as  skin  tags.  These  can  often  be  not  easy  to  keep  clean,  causing   itchiness.   • In>lammation  of  hemorrhoids  can  cause  itchiness  and  in>lammation.   Hemorrhoids  are  more  likely  to  form  in  individuals  who  are:   • Strain  to  pass  bowel  movements • Have  critical  constipation,  diarrhea  or  stomach  ache.   • Have  the  habit  or  routine  of  prolonged  sitting  or  standing
    • • Older • Pregnant Causes  Of  Hemorrhoids Causes  of  hemorrhoids  may  be  due  to  varied  grounds.  The  blood  veins,  which  are  in  the  rectal   region,  will  respond  to  tension  that  is  being  strained  in  the  area.  Yet,  the  tension  may  come   from  different  origins  and  may  lead  to  hemorrhoids  to  be  a  troublesome  condition,  and  also,   cause  pain.  Being  well-­‐informed  about  the  different  reasons  behind  hemorrhoids  can  aid  to   transform  your  life  in  avoiding  hemorrhoids  from  in>licting  intolerable  pain.   Cons5pa5on   Constipation  is  the  most  common  cause  for  hemorrhoids.  Tension  in  the  anal  area  is  caused  by   the  bowel  movements,  if  a  person  is  constipated.  This  will  consequently  put  strain  on  the   blood  veins,  leading  them  to  become  in>lamed  and  irritated.  Bleeding  in  this  area  is  seen,  if   you  are  constipated.  This  is  from  the  blood  veins  responding  to  the  tension  from  the  bowel   movements.  In  sequence,  you  may  be  required  to  be  adept  on  how  to  avoid  constipation  by   means  of  various  methods.   Pregnancy After  constipation,  pregnancy  is  the  most  typical  reasons  for  hemorrhoids.  This  may  be  caused   by  different  reasons.  For  instance,  the  continual  tension  that  is  happening  in  the  blood  veins  in   the  rectal  area  can  cause  irritation.  In  turn,  the  blood  veins  will  work  harder  as  a  result  of  a   drastic  increase  of  hormone  levels.  This  will  then  put  tension  on  them,  resulting  from   in>lammation  and  irritation.  If  a  patient  is  pregnant  or  expecting  to  be  pregnant,  it  is  very   important  to  know  that  this  is  a  normal  part  of  pregnancy. Portal  Hypertension Another  reason  for  hemorrhoids  is  portal  hypertension.  This  is  caused  by  too  much  pressure   from  the  blood  veins  that  protrude  from  the  intestines  to  the  liver.  Consequently,  this  will  lead   to  a  smoother  bowel  movement  and  pressure  from  the  blood  veins  and  will  cause   hemorrhoids  as  a  result.  The  various  kinds  of  hemorrhoids  that  happen  can  lead  to  irritation   and  strain,  as  well  as  bleeding  in  the  rectal  and  anal  area.  
    • Chronic  Venous  Insufficiency This  condition  happens  when  the  blood  veins  in  the  rectal  region  are  delicate,  and  can  easily   be  damaged.  This  put  tension  on  the  vessels,  as  they  will  have  to  put  extra  effort.  Basically,  the   tension  is  also  worsened  with  prolonged  sitting  or  standing.  If  you  are  overweight,  do  not   exercise  habitually  or  you  are  smoking,  it  can  also  result  to  irritated  blood  veins.   Inflammatory  Bowel  Disease  (IBS) In>lammatory  bowel  disease  may  also  cause  hemorrhoids.  This  happens  when  you  are   constipated  or  you  have  diarrhea,  as  well  as  stomach  pain  from  problems  with  your  digestive   system.  It  may  lead  to  hemorrhoids  to  react  since  there  is  extra  tension  that  is  placed  on  the   blood  veins.  This  is  very  common  if  the  condition  is  based  on  constipation.   Get  Rid  of  Hemorrhoids   Knowing  how  to  get  rid  of  hemorrhoids  will  help  you  avoid  the  pain  and  other  symptoms  from   happening,  and  in  a  larger  extent,  can  avoid  more  serious  health  problems  such  as  colon   cancer.  It  is  very  possible  to  have  a  recurrence  of  hemorrhoids  if  you  have  experienced  them   beforehand.  The  tension  that  happens  within  the  speci>ic  blood  vein  area  will  result  to  the   hemorrhoids  to  begin  bleeding  and  stay  in>lamed.  If  you  have  experienced  hemorrhoids   before,  you  can  certainly  avoid  them  from  happening  or  reacting  up  later.   Pressure  in  blood  veins By  ensuring  that  the  tension  is  not  there  on  the  blood  veins  in  your  digestive  tracts,  you  can   avoid  hemorrhoids  from  recurrence  that  is  a  most  important  matter.  If  you  are  constipated,   you  should  not  put  pressure  to  eradicate  the  pain.  This  is  popularly  known  as  the  most   effective  method  to  make  sure  that  hemorrhoids  do  not  come  back.   Take  A  Balanced  Food  Diet The  trouble-­‐free  method  that  you  can  perform  to  make  sure  that  you  do  not  strain  when  you   have  hemorrhoids  is  to  have  a  well-­‐planned  diet.  You  should  eat  properly.  Avoid  unhealthy   foods  that  are  rich  in  salt,  and  toxins.  By  letting  the  feces  pass  through  your  digestive  systems   ef>iciently,  this  will  aid  in  avoiding  tension  as  well  as  relieving  the  extra  strain.  Eat  foods  that   are  high  in  >iber,  or  at  least  take  a  mild  laxative  if  you  are  constipated.  As  well,  drinking  enough   water  and  fruit  smoothies  will  help  in  the  indigestion.   Exercise Another  solution  to  avoid  hemorrhoid  recurrence  is  ample  exercise.  There  are  numerous   suitable  exercises  that  can  aid  your  hemorrhoids.  Exercises  that  can  ease  and  relax  the   muscles  such  as  mild  squatting  and  moving  the  abdominal  area  will  allow  the  tension  to  be   eased.  Also,  make  sure  that  you  do  exercise  mildly.  Warm  up  before  you  exercise  and  cool   down  after.   Surgical  and  non-­‐surgical  methods   There  are  unconventional  treatments  than  your  doctor  can  perform  if  you  have  a  case  of   serious  hemorrhoids.  To  help  avoid  the  in>lammation  of  the  blood  veins,  there  are  various   surgical  and  non-­‐surgical  techniques  that  can    be  taken.  Hemorrhoids  will  be  eradicated  and   recurrence  will  likely  not  to  happen  if  you  are  well-­‐oriented  with  the  different  solutions   available  from  your  physician.  Basically,  the  gently  recuperation  for  hemorrhoids  is  surgical   treatments.   Herbal  Treatments You  can  also  make  sure  to  pay  attention  to  non-­‐conventional  herbal  treatments  such  as   supplements  and  topical  solution  or  creams  that  are  available.  Although  they  may  not  prevent  
    • the  hemorrhoids  from  happening  again,  you  can  use  them  to  avoid  the  hemorrhoids  itself.   Most  herbal  creams  are  designed  to  avoid  hemorrhoids,  but  they  cannot  guarantee  resistance   from  hemorrhoid  recurrence.   Preven5on  is  beNer As  the  old  saying  goes,  prevention  is  better  than  cure.  It  is  very  safe  and  cheap  to  invest  in   your  health  while  the  condition  is  not  yet  there.  Cures  and  treatments  are  far  more  expensive   than  measures  that  you  can  take  to  avoid  hemorrhoids,  such  as  intake  of  >iber-­‐rich  foods,   herbal  supplements,  proper  body  mechanics,  and  posture.  Also,  good  hygiene  helps  a  lot  in   preventing  hemorrhoids. If  you  are  suffering  from  hemorrhoids,  please  know  that  easy  treatment  is  available  and  it  has   already  helped  millions  of  people  worldwide.  Don’t  be  embarrased,  do  something  about  it  and   start  feeling  comfortable  again.  Click  here  right  now  to  read  more  information  about  the  home   hemorrhoids  treatments  and  remedies  available  right  now.