Hemorrhoid treatment. Hemorrhoid cure. Hemorrhoid pain relief. Home treatment of hemorrhoids.
There are many known causes of hemorrhoids including stress, lifting heavy weights, straining on the toilet, constipation and sedentary lifestyle.
All these causes can potentially stretch out the veins or blood vessels around or inside of the anus. Then those veins get swollen.
The hemorrhoids are very similar to varicose veins. Very often you will find natural supplements for hemorrhoids with the same ingredients as for varicose veins.
Hemorrhoids are also called piles or hemroids. They can be so painful and inconvenient. That’s why it’s best to prevent them. The best type of hemorrhoid treatment is hemorrhoid prevention. And the best hemorrhoid prevention is a prevention of
It’s essential for digestive health to have all the natural reflexes working and functioning properly. The natural reflex is lost if you constantly holding going to the bathroom. Do not wait if you need to go. That’s important for your health.
Hemorrhoid treatment: The goal here is to alleviate the symptoms and prevent surgery.
Surgery is left as a last resort when other hemorrhoid treatments fail. Thrombosed hemorrhoids can get infected and may need surgical removal. Many patients require more than one surgery.
There are other methods which can be tried before the surgery. They are called fixative procedures, which are non-surgical. The goal of fixative procedures is to cut off the blood supply to the hemorrhoid so it shrinks and hopefully falls off. The fixative procedure is done by tying the hemorrhoid with a rubber band or using the lasers, electric current or other methods.
When the hemorrhoid is too large in size and/or it is a bleeding type, the most common conventional medicine choice would be a surgical removal of the hemorrhoid (hemorrhoidectomy).
When you are looking for that perfect hemorrhoid cure or hemorrhoid relief the first thing you probably need to do is to start focusing on preventing constipation and repairing digestive system.
If you feel pain or experience rectal bleeding when going to the bathroom you may be lacking Magnesium. Sometimes leg cramps or easy bruising can also mean Magnesium deficiency. Consider adding Magnesium rich foods into your daily diet.
Hemorrhoid relief with Magnesium: You can get Magnesium from supplements or foods. Foods that have lots of Magnesium are: green leafy veggies, nuts, olives, almonds, parsley, potatoes, plums, tomatoes, rye bread, pumpkin, etc.
Another reason for hemorrhoids could be vitamin K deficiency. You could find vitamin K in green colored plants. Also, there’s lots of vitamin K in spinach, cabbage, nuts, liver, soy oil, walnuts, etc.
Sometimes there’s a direct connection between hemorrhoids and vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin C and vitamin B1 are the vitamins that don’t get stored in your body. You need to replenish them on daily basis. You need to add more raw food into your diet. Drink freshly squeezed raw fruit or vegetable juices. Eat more organic veggies, fruits, scallions, red peppers, lemons, oranges, tomatoes, spinach, black currents, etc.
Hemorrhoid relief with vitamin C rich foods: You can consider adding following healing foods for hemorrhoids: organic buckwheat, organic green tea, organic red pepper, grapes and rosehip tea.
If you are looking for natural remedies for hemorrhoids, Marius and Paula from www.self-healing-herbs.com have a very informative article about Natural Hemorrhoid Treatment.
Are there any hemorrhoid cures? If you will repair you digestive system, you will heal those hemorrhoids.
There are so many products on the market for hemorrhoids. Most of them include ingredients that temporarily decrease swelling and shrink them for a short while. None of the commercial products sold in stores are proven hemorrhoid cures. You are your own best healer if you take your health seriously.
Hemorrhoid treatment with OTC: Many of the over-the-counter hemorrhoid treatment products contain horse chestnut leaf, fluoride of lime, witch hazel, arnica, muriatic acid, stone root and other ingredients. Most of these will only give you a temporary hemorrhoid pain relief.
Hemorrhoid treatment with prescriptions: It’s not recommended to take any pharmacological hemorrhoid preparations for a long time, especially prescription hydrocortisone suppositories. Hydrocortisone suppositories are steroids and they may affect your hormones.
Chronic, excessive rectal bleeding can eventually cause anemia. This may require supplementation of iron until the anemia improves.
Home Treatment of Hemorrhoids. This home remedy for hemorrhoids was recommended by a few herbalists to me and had a stamp of approval from patients.
Take a raw potato and cut out a suppository looking piece (about 1 to 1 & ½ inch long) with a peeler. Use it rectally at bedtime. Many patients feel hemorrhoid relief after 1 to 2 treatments.
I really think that acupuncture can work wonders as part of hemorrhoid treatments. There are a few points on the ear that heal many patients’ hemorrhoids within a few sessions depending on the severity of hemorrhoids.
I hope these hemorrhoid treatment tips work for you and you stay symptom free!
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