If you are experiencing these symptoms: itching in your anus area, blood on toilet paper, pain during constipation – all these are likely signs of hemorrhoids (piles). Although common, they are no laughing matter as can be embarrassing and annoying. Piles or hemorrhoids are basically vein inflammation in any form around the lower rectal region, which afflicts 40% or more of the adult population.
Hemorrhoids in the more severe stages can fall outside of your bottom like a lump. There are some common mistakes which can contribute to the development of this common condition of piles. Even if you already have hemorrhoids, avoiding these 3 mistakes can help to gradually relieve the condition.
Mistake #1: Eating too much processed foods
Although this can be tough for some people, it is known that harder stools and digestion troubles are created by processed foods. Constipation and other issues are created which leads to constipation. The key to alleviate the suffering and cure hemorrhoids, is by lowering the intake or avoiding processed foods and sugars.
Mistake #2: A Sedentary lifestyle
Additional pressure on the bottom area can be created by long term sitting. This combined with constipation or pregnancy (for women), can invoke a perfect environment for the occurrence of hemorrhoids. As a solution do not sit for over one hour at a time and do stretching which promotes healthy blood flow.
Mistake #3: Intake of processed creams and medication
These can cause the same potential problem processed foods do. Even many fiber supplements contain artificial and processed elements where elsewhere can cause side effects. And on top they are not attacking even the root of the problem.
These creams other downside, which is of no benefit, is that they are time wasters. If the root of the problem is not reversed, the hemorrhoids can worsen over time.
By avoiding these 3 mistakes, you will not contribute to hemorrhoids getting any worse. A sedentary lifestyle with convenient and processed diets is part of the problem and changing this can make a difference in preventing and curing hemorrhoids.