Hemorrhoids are swollen veins just inside the anus. They produce pain if they come out of the anus with a bowel movement because they are constricted. Once they come out, the skin around them and the veins themselves can become inflamed.

Hemorrhoids are an embarassing and often painful problem to endure. They can make sitting for long periods nearly unbearable, and cause itching and burning, which makes for extreme discomfort in what seems like the most inconvenient times. So, how can you help your body heal itself and get rid of them for good?

Symptoms of hemorrhoids include anal pain, anal itching, bright red blood on toilet tissue, stool, or in the toilet bowel; one or more tender lumps near the anus. Sometimes, there is pain during bowel movements.

There are lots of ways how to get rid of hemorrhoids.  There are hemorrhoids that can be cured through natural methods, while there are some hemorrhoids that require surgery in getting rid of it.

Drink more water. You need water for fiber to work. The bowel is your water recycling center, by the way. A human bowel movement usually contains only about 150 ml (that’s about half a Dixie cup) of water. The rest, and we’re talking quarts, is reclaimed by your body, which is itself made two-thirds of water. Dry stools are an adaptation for land animals, especially birds and reptiles, that conserve water super efficiently. Although we are capable of forming a very solid stool, it is better for your butt if you don’t.

There are many medications on the market today, most of which only offer temporary relief and do not promise any cure. Physicians recommend practical ways in which to relieve the swelling and pain like the sitz bath wherein the anal area is soaked in warm water and the use gels and jellies, but still they only give temporary relief. Some of the over the counter remedies even have harsh chemicals that may worsen the condition. The re-occurrence of hemorrhoids is high with these remedies.

A common misconception about hemorrhoids medication is that it must be an external application to be effective. It seems logical that since hemorrhoids protrude from the skin, applying a gel directly to the hemorrhoids would be the fastest and best solution.

This is an herbal remedy for people who are suffering from hemroids. It is manufactured using natural products and is free from any side effects giving a long lasting and non-surgical solution from hemorrhoid problems. It is being recommended by health professionals for the treatment of mild to severe cases of internal and external hemorrhoids.

High-fiber diet
Eat more high-fiber foods, which will help prevent constipation. Good sources of fiber include breakfast cereals such as All Bran, Fiber One, Bran Buds, which have approximately 10 grams of fiber per serving. Check the box to be sure. Fresh fruit, beans, prunes, raw or cooked vegetables, especially asparagus, cabbage, carrots, corn, and broccoli, are also good sources of fiber. Try to have 20-30 grams of fiber per day (or more) in your diet.

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