Although haemorrhoids are much more common in men than women (who are more likely to get them during pregnancy), by midlife haemorrhoids often become an ongoing complaint. Therefore, it is safe to say that more than half of the population experiences one or more of the chronic symptoms of haemorrhoids by the age of 50.
So what are haemorrhoids and what causes them?
What Are Haemorrhoids and What Causes Them?
A haemorrhoid(s) sometimes referred to as “piles”, is a swollen vein or group of inflamed veins in the lower rectal area or anus. There are 2 types of haemorrhoids: Internal (when haemorrhoid is formed inside the rectum and may protrude out of the rectum) and External (when haemorrhoid is formed in the anal opening and covered by skin).
The swelling of the veins are caused from straining during bowel movements or from increased pressure on the veins. Several factors could cause an increase in pressure within the veins of the rectum. These include:
- Straining during bowel movements.
- Sitting for long periods of time on the toilet.
- Chronic Diarrhoea or Constipation.
- Anal sex.
- Low fibre diet.
- Age (the tissues that support veins in the rectum and anus weaken with age).
Symptoms of Haemorrhoids
- Rectal pain and discomfort.
- Itching and irritation in the anal region.
- Swelling around the anus.
- Painless bleeding during bowel movements. You might notice small amounts of bright red blood on the toilet tissue and/or bowl.
- Leakage of faeces in extreme cases.
Treating Haemorrhoids the Forever Way
1) Keep The Area Clean
Keeping the area clean is one of the most important steps to the treatment. Soak the area regularly, say 2-3 times a day in warm water using a bath or sitz bath for 10-15 minutes. Using warm water helps to reduce the irritations and pressure. DO NOT use soap as it will only increase the irritations. When cleaning up after relieving yourself, use moisturized wipes that are alcohol- and perfume-free.
2) Drink A Lot of WaterIncreasing your water intake to 8-10 glasses a day will help in treating and preventing haemorrhoids. Drinking plenty of fluids cleanses the system, softens your stool and facilitates bowel movements.
3) Aloe Vera GelThis is one of nature’s best ingredients for treating haemorrhoids. Aloe Vera is widely known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidative and therapeutic properties. Drinking Aloe Vera Gel will:
- Reduce the inflammation and swelling.
- Soften faeces and moisturize the intestines.
- Relieve the irritations and itching.
- The highly penetrative and absorption properties of Aloe Vera will increase the elasticity of blood vessels which in turn reduce the inflammation.
4) Forever Fields of Green
Consuming a diet high in fibre will help prevent haemorrhoids and is highly effective in relieving haemorrhoid symptoms and bleeding. Adding fibre to your diet will help clean out the gastrointestinal tract, facilitate bowel movement, hence preventing constipation and allowing the colon to work efficiently. Fibre-rich foods will also soften stool and increase its bulk thereby helping to reduce straining during bowel movements. Forever Fields of Green is packed with high quantities of fibre and it is an easy way to consume and access all the benefits of vegetables. This supplement actually contains more fibre than Bran!
5) Aloe Propolis Creme
Now that is how you treat Haemorrhoids the Forever Way. So for all those butt clenching moments, the twitching in your seats, the secretive butt scratching, facial expressions from pain when squatting…all that should be a thing of the past now.
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