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Can You Heal Hemorrhoids?

 

While hemorrhoids are rarely dangerous, they can be unpleasant, painful - and embarrassing.

There are different types of hemorrhoids but there are ways to help you heal them.

What causes uncomfortable hemorrhoids?

They can be caused by increased pressure due to pregnancy, being overweight  or straining during bowel movements.  The signs and symptoms of hemorrhoids include rectal pain, itching, bleeding - and even prolapse (when hemorrhoids protrude through the anal canal.)

We all have those pillow-like clusters of veins lying beneath the mucus membranes lining the lowest part of the rectum and the anus.  Hemorrhoids appear when those veins become swollen and distended - in much the same way as varicose veins in the legs. 

The different types of hemorrhoids

  • There are internal hemorrhoids (occurring in the lower rectum) and
  • External hemorrhoids (which develop under the skin around the anus)

External hemorrhoids usually cause the most pain and discomfort while internal hemorrhoids are often painless.

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Natural home remedies to help heal your hemorrhoids 

  • Adding plenty of fiber to your diet.  Plenty of fiber along with fluids helps to soften stools, making them easier to eliminate while reducing the pressure on the hemorrhoids.  Suggestions for high fiber food include lots of berries, avocados, beans, wheat and oat bran, wholegrain foods and plenty of fresh fruit.  Gradually increase your fiber foods to avoid any bloating or gas while at the same time including plenty of liquids.
  • Regular and brisk exercise is also important.  This could be a moderate aerobic workout or walking thirty minutes a day.  Such exercise will help to stimulate bowel function.
  • Get into the habit of regular trips to the toilet, preferably have a set time each day (for example after a meal) to sit on the toilet for a few minutes.  But be careful not to sit for too long. In between, don't put off a trip to the bathroom if the time is right.  
  • A sitz bath is a great home remedy - namely a warm water bath for the buttocks and hip.  Sitting in this warm water will help relieve any itching or irritation.  You can use a regular bath tub or just a basin big enough to sit in. Try to use this remedy for twenty minutes after each bowel movement as well as another two or three sessions each day.  Never be rough in drying the area, just a pat dry.
  • Use witch hazel wipes to soothe the area while a small ice pack can help to reduce pain and swelling when placed against the affected area.
  • Always sit on a cushion rather than a hard surface.  A doughnut cushion is another suggestion.  Avoiding hard surfaces for sitting helps to reduce the swelling of hemorrhoids while preventing new ones.
  • The ultimate natural remedy is H-Hemorrhoids Formula providing the perfect treatment for the symptoms of both internal and external hemorrhoids.  It is easily applied topically to the area, helping to provide fast pain relief and shrink those unwanted hemorrhoids by reducing swelling. 

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Sources

Definition & facts of hemorrhoids. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/digestive-diseases/hemorrhoids/symptoms-causes. Accessed January 25, 2021.

Hemorrhoids and what to do about them. Harvard Health Publishing. https://www.health.harvard.edu/diseases-and-conditions/hemorrhoids_and_what_to_do_about_them. Accessed January 25, 2021.

Mounsey AL, Halladay J, Sadiq TS. Hemorrhoids. Am Fam Physician. 2011;84(2):204–210.

Perrotti P, Antropoli C, Molino D, De Stefano G, Antropoli M. Conservative treatment of acute thrombosed external hemorrhoids with topical nifedipine. Dis Colon Rectum. 2001;44(3):405–409.

What are hemorrhoids? The American Society of Colon and Rectal Surgeons. https://www.fascrs.org/patients/disease-condition/hemorrhoids-expanded-version. Accessed January 25, 2021