Piles is a condition marked by the swelling of veins on the inner part of the anus. Also known as haemorrhoids, this condition can affect anyone though it is most commonly seen in people above the age of 40 years. Piles can cause bleeding from the anus and also lead to an uncomfortably persistent itch. Like any other disease, treating piles early on can save you from much discomfort and embarrassment associated with advanced stages of the condition.
Piles often develops because of certain daily lifestyle habits. Symptoms of piles include anal bleeding, pain while passing stools, constipation, mucus in stools, and lumps of veins on the outer rim of the anus. The main piles symptom is bleeding. While the bleeding is not painful, this disease can lead to many health complications including loss of bowel control, anaemia, and even bowel cancer in later stages. Here are 7 habits that are known to lead to painful symptoms of piles.
If you are one of those who like to sit on the toilet for long while checking your Facebook messages, you might want to change that habit. Sitting on the toilet seat forces more blood to be pumped to rectal veins and this can lead to piles.
Fibre is necessary for regular and comfortable bowel movements. Those who consume less fibre in their diet often suffer from constipation. The strain of passing a stool during constipation can lead to painful swelling in the rectal region and cause haemorrhoids symptoms.
Often, we tend to avoid public restrooms by preferring to ‘control the urge’ until we reach home. Research has shown that controlling the urge to use the washroom can cause a swelling in the haemorrhoids over time. If left unchecked, this habit can cause painful symptoms of piles.
Studies have shown that a lack of sufficient fluid intake can lead to piles among other diseases. Lack of water intake can lead to painful constipation. Moreover, intake of fluids such as tea, coffee, or aerated beverages cannot substitute the importance and function of regular water.
In the digital age we can get most of our work done at the click of a mouse. While this may prove convenient, it weakens your body muscles instead of strengthening them. Moreover, obesity is known to lead to piles. Exercise is always the best solution to most lifestyle-related illnesses.
An excess of junk food in the diet or consuming spicy food daily puts pressure on the rectal muscles. This can lead to piles in the long run. Moreover, incorrect dietary habits can also cause diarrhoea which puts pressure on the rectal veins and causes them to swell.
Gynaecologists often advise against irregular intercourse such as anal as this is known to lead to piles as well as a host of other venereal diseases. Moreover, inserting any foreign objects in the rectum can also cause damage to delicate veins present inside and around the anus.
Homeopathy for Haemorrhoids
Conventional treatment for piles often involves painkillers and surgery. While these methods provide immediate relief, they often do not help in the long run. Piles can reoccur. Homeopathy treatment provides effective and permanent solutions for haemorrhoids. Homeopathic treatment focuses on the cause of haemorrhoids and treats the condition without surgical procedure. Thus, healing is not only effective but also comfortable.
Piles is a condition that interferes with your daily well-being. Simple tasks such as lifting things, sitting or walking can become uncomfortable. Many people try to cure piles through home remedies which often do not yield results. This is because they want to avoid ingesting chemical based medications. The good news is that homeopathic medicines are natural and free from chemicals. Homeopathy treatment focuses on providing relief from haemorrhoids symptoms while curing the condition for good. Above all, homeopathic treatment is free from side-effects, thus making it a popular and safe choice for everyone.
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