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Are Bleeding Hemorrhoids a Cause for Worry?

Soothing painful hemorrhoids can be as simple as good hygiene, a few home remedies, and some herbal healing. If these don't work for you or symptoms persist, check with a doctor and request a prescription or try one of the many over the counter medications available to ease your symptoms caused by hemorrhoids.

Good hygiene means more than just a daily shower when you have hemorrhoids, especially if the hemorrhoids have ruptured. Every time you wipe after using the bathroom, be gently. Try moist wipes instead of dry tissue and if dry tissue is the only option, use plain white, unscented toilet paper, soft but with minimal lint. Medicated moist wipes are available in most drug stores. In the shower, avoid scented soaps and perfumed scrubs or products.

There are too many home remedies to ease the symptoms of painful hemorrhoids to name here but a few that you may consider include the following:

* Apply vitamin E oil topically to the anal area or cutting off the end of a vitamin E capsule, and squeezing the oil inside into the anus also brings a great deal of pain relief.
* Aloe vera gel applied to the anal area also soothes the pain and witch hazel applied with a cotton ball a few times a day can do the same while also keeping the area clean.
* Homemade enemas and peeled garlic clove or small pieces of potato suppositories also help ease inflammation.

Changing your diet in order to ease constipation will also help keep from making the pain of hemorrhoids worse every time you have a bowel movement. Drink prune juice and eat fiber-filled foods like apples, whole grains, broccoli, and more. All of these in combination or even just one will help ease the pain of hemorrhoids.

Hemorrhoids are a great source of pain and discomfort to the sufferer, and you will want rapid relief from the symptoms. Some people like to try a home cure for hemorrhoids, and you may find one, which is just right for you.

The best advice on a home cure for hemorrhoids is, of course, to prevent them developing in the first place. If you are susceptible to them, then there are steps you can take to stop a re-occurrence. Get into the habit of a cleansing regime after every time you move your bowels. Gently does it is the key, by choosing non-colored, non-perfumed toilet paper as opposed to the conventional toilet paper which contains irritating chemicals. Dampen the paper before each wipe. Unfortunately lubricated toilet paper is not yet available on the market but you can obtain face tissues treated with moisturizing cream, which are ideal for the hemorrhoids sufferer. Sufferers are advised to avoid strenuous exercise or heavy lifting, as this tends to bring on too much strain. Another thing said to help, is to lose weight. Overweight people have more pressure on the lower parts of their body.

Eating and drinking habits can also be a contributing factor. An excessive salt intake can worsen hemorrhoids and certain foods can increase itching. Don't have too much beer, cola, coffee or strong spices.

If they do still strike, a good home cure for hemorrhoids is to have a nice, long soak in a sitz bath. You need to sit in three or four inches of warm waterBusiness Management Articles, positioned with your knees raised. The warmth of the water helps to reduce the pain and the swollen veins will shrink due to the increased blood flow to the area.


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