Hemorrhoids (haemorrhoids) - symptoms and treatment
Suffering from hemorrhoids brings you a step closer to becoming ill with colon cancer.
Surgical removal of hemorrhoids benefits everybody involved except the patient.
As a rule, hemorrhoids show up again after some time because the surgery does not remove their causes.
Hemorrhoids (dilated veins in the lower part of the large intestine) usually happen to people who habitually consume large amounts of bread, sweets, coffee, tea, and all kinds of sandwiches with bread and deli products.
Hemorrhoids are, among others, a sign of inefficient circulatory system, inflexible blood vessels and veins, and thickness of blood caused by deficiency in natural minerals found in vegetables and fruits. Contact of your anus with cold surfaces can also be a cause of hemorrhoids.
Women often get hemorrhoids after child delivery and resulting dislocation of lumbar vertebrae.
A likely cause of hemorrhoids in men can be a large body mass, especially a conspicuous belly. Another major factor is a sedentary lifestyle leading to constipation and eventually hemorrhoids.
Treatment of hemorrhoids:
- Lead a more active lifestyle. In particular, exercise muscles in the lower part of your body.
- Limit the consumption of sweets, bread, tea, and coffee. Eat more raw or cooked vegetables and fruits.
- Prevent constipation by cleansing your large intestine. Build up healthy intestinal microflora (see page 188).
- Learn to eat slowly and do not drink at your meals. This is a fundamental rule for good functioning of your digestive system, especially your large intestine.
Then you can try a few therapies described on page 166
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Hemorrhoids (haemorrhoids) - synonyms and related keywords: ulcerative colitis, piles, hemorrhoidectomy, inflammatory bowel disease, hemorrhoidal problems, constipation, anorectal varices, perianal pain, thrombosed hemorrhoid, internal hemorrhoid, enlarged hemorrhoids, external hemorrhoid