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At home cure for hemorrhoids

Updated on June 15, 2012

Home treatment for hemorrhoids mainly involves establishing a healthy bowel habit which might keep the hemorrhoids from getting worse. Your best choice to cure hemorrhoids in your home is always to go to its source, if we know the source or what causes hemorrhoids it becomes almost a small feat to cure it. As a matter of fact hemorrhoids refers to swelling of your veins contained in the anal canal. Essentially they are inflamed veins in and around the rectum, so anything that leads to pressure at the blood veins within the anus causes hemorrhoids.


The commonest cause of hemorrhoids is chronic constipation or congested liver. Additional factors include obesity, poor exercise, food allergies, lifting heavy weights and insufficient consumption of fibers. Pregnant women can develop hemorrhoids on account of pressure of the growing uterus on the ovary or veins. Constipation in pregnancy will make hemorrhoids more painful from straining during bowel movement. Coming from the above causes the ideal at home cure for hemorrhoids must directly take care of the causes.Now when dealing with the fundamental cause of hemorrhoids the following must be carried out.



Avoid certain food products and drinks because some foods can contribute to the anal misery by creating further itching as they simply pass through the bowels.


Look out for excessive coffee, strong spices, beer and cola, white bread, pasta, bakery, items from refined flour like pastries, cakes and pies.


For a pregnant woman a specific remedy should be to lie on your left side for about 20 to 30 minutes every 4 to 6 hours due to the reason that the uterus sits directly on your blood vessels that drain the hemorrhoids veins.

Increase fiber, fluids eating patterns. You could lubricate your anus by using a dab of petroleum jelly with a cotton swab or your finger, apply the jelly a couple of half inch directly into rectum. Be careful with your diet. Digestive problems like constipation or diarrhoea can aggravate hemorrhoids considerably.

So as to prevent hemorrhoids and expediate their treatment its vital you adhere to a suitable diet. Some foods to include in your daily eating regimen include: Spinach, Raisins, Prunes, Branch as well as other breakfast cereals, Vinegar, whole grained bread, broccoli, potatoes, brown rice, oats, oranges, beans, papaya, grains, apples, nuts and peas. Those are a number of the foods to take but there's more.
Note: Fiber is the foremost thing to improve in your diet since it will help to add bulk into the stool along with softening it, however to avoid flatulence it's best to increment high fiber foods within your diet gradually.

Reduce salt intake since it leads to fluid retention which in turn causes the body to swell which includes blood vessels that causes hemorrhoids.

Other at home cures for hemorrhoids
Use a non-perfumed, non-coloured (white) toilet paper remember to dampen it under the faucet before each wipe. Any other pre moistened towel will also be ideal for this purpose.

Avoid rubbing the anal area, just rinse off during a normal shower rather than wiping with a toilet tissue after cleansing gently pat the anal area dry by using a soft absorbent towel or cloth. Avoiding rubbing the anal area helps to protect the walls of the delicate cells and not make the hemorrhoid worse.


If you've got a protruding hemorrhoid (sometimes means a downward displacement of the anal canal lining) try shoving it back into the anal canal. Hemorrhoids left hanging are susceptible to develop into clots which later become painful.


Rest on a doughnut shaped cushion. Such can be sold in pharmacies and medical supply stores. These cushions are best for individuals who do a lot of seating.


Use a sitz bath. Fill your tub with enough warm water to cover the anal area. Soak your anal area for about fifteen minutes at a time especially after bowel movements. Don’t use too warm water it would burn you.

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      DreamerMeg 5 years ago from Northern Ireland

      This is a useful hub on a subject that many people do not want to talk about and yet it is a common complaint for many. Includes some useful information.

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