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Increasing exercise & drinking plenty of fluids helps prevent annoying hemorrhoids.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hemorrhoids Prevention

Prevention of hemorrhoids is difficult, particularly if you have a genetic disposition. Though there are certain things you can do to help alleviate (and if lucky eliminate) the problem in the long term. Pro-biotic yoghurts and drinks may be of use as these help maintain colonic health. Also drinking more fluids, eating more dietary fiber, exercising, practicing better posture, and reducing bowel movement strain and time are also preventative measures. Hemorrhoid sufferers should avoid using laxatives and should strictly limit time straining during bowel movement. Wearing tight clothing and underwear will also contribute to irritation and poor muscle tone in the region and promote hemorrhoid development. Indeed, Some sufferers report a more comfortable experience without underwear or wearing only very lightweight panties, etc.

Straining during bowel movements can be lessened by defecating in a standing position, knees slightly bent. This position seems to use the muscles of the abdomen to expel feces preventing a strain on the anus. Fluids emitted by the intestinal tract may contain irritants that may increase the fissures associated with hemorrhoids. Washing the anus with cool water and soap may reduce the swelling and increase blood supply for quicker healing and may remove irritating fluid. Kegel exercises for the pelvic floor may also prove helpful.

  • Eating a high fiber diet.
  • Preventing or treating constipation.
  • Avoid straining to have a bowel movement.
  • Avoiding long periods of sitting without a break (exercise regularly).
  • Drink plenty of fluids.
  • Sitz baths, in which you soak your bottom in water, may relieve the itching and discomfort.
  • Attempt to gently push any hemorrhoid that stick out back inside the anus.
  • Regular clean the anal area gently after every bowel movement.
  • Wear cotton undergarments.
  • Avoid toilet tissue with perfumes or colors.
  • Try not to scratch the area.
  • Increasing exercise, practicing better posture.

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