How to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids Permanently – 3 Causes and 3 Ways to Avoid
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Any person who has suffered the pain and discomfort would want to know how to get rid of hemorrhoids permanently. No one wants to experience such a painful and embarrassing condition ever again.
To know how to get rid of hemorrhoids permanently you must first know how hemorrhoids occurs.
Reason 1: Constipation
Constipated fecal matter is the leading cause of hemorrhoids. This is because these feces are hard and large with rough surface that will congratulate and stretch the anal walls during bowel movement. Larger the fecal matter the greater chance these anal walls will be stretched further straining the blood vessels. These blood vessels would get swollen from the damage and will cause the hemorrhoids.
Solution – Avoid Constipation
Maintain a normal bowel movement and eat foods that are rich in fiber. Also increase your intake of fluids like water and fruit juices. Normal bowel movement is at least 3 times every week. This will ensure that feces have not lump together into one big mass when you try to excrete them. Fiber-rich foods are fruits, whole wheat bread, oat meal and green leafy vegetables. This will ensure that fecal matter will be soft with smooth surfaces. Fruit juices and water will also help in keeping your feces soft.
Reason 2: Forced Bowel Movement
Forcing to excrete feces that are not coming puts a lot of pressure on the anal tissues. This pressure is passed to the blood vessels causing them to swell like being bruised by constipated feces turning into hemorrhoids. Normal Bowel Movement should come naturally. You should not be forcing your body to meet the normal intervals for defecating.
Solution – Keeping a Diet Rich in Fiber
Maintain a fiber-rich diet to make your body adjust until its bowel movement becomes normal. Also take lots of water and fruit juices. The diet that you used to avoid constipation should be your normal diet so that you will have normal bowel movements.
Reason 3: Prolonged Diarrhea
Diarrhea is the opposite of constipation. So how does it cause hemorrhoids? It is simple. Diarrhea also causes too much training in the anus due to the abnormal urges to defecate for more than thrice a day. This abnormal frequency of muscular exercise by the anus will cause the blood vessels to be strained. Prolonged diarrhea will eventually cause the blood vessels to turn into hemorrhoids
Solution – Treat Prolonged Diarrhea Immediately
Diarrhea normally settles down after you flushed out the cause out of your intestines. For diarrhea that last abnormally long you will need to consult a doctor.