Statistic have it that Hemorrhoids, also called ( piles or kokoo), have been reported to occur in roughly 1 in every 20 people . About 50% of people over the age of 50 have hemorrhoids.
Straining during bowel movements, usually due to constipation, is the most common cause of hemorrhoids with rectal bleeding as the most common symptom.
Hemorrhoids are clumps of dilated (enlarged) blood vessels in the anus and lower rectum. The rectum is the last area of the large intestine before it exits to the anus. The anus is the end of the digestive tract where feces leaves the body.
Sometimes hemorrhoids swell when the veins enlarge and their walls become stretched, thin, and irritated by passing stool. Hemorrhoids are classified into two general categories:
- Internal, originating in the rectum, and
- External, originating in the anus.
What Causes Hemorrhoids?
Hemorrhoids are caused by swelling in the anal or rectal veins. This makes them susceptible to irritation.
This swelling can be caused by several things, including
- Increased anal pressure in pregnancy,
- Constipation and
- Straining during a bowel movement,
- Those with pelvic tumors,
- Excessive sitting or inactivity (for example: long hours at the computer),
- Eating a low-fiber diet,and
- Being overweight can all increase the risk for hemorrhoids.
Enlarged hemorrhoids are associated with symptoms such as
- Mucus discharge,
- Burning at the anus,
- Severe pain,
- A sensation that the bowel is not really empty, and
- Bleeding without pain.
How to Heal Hemorrhoids
A wide variety of treatment options exist for hemorrhoids, depending on the type of hemorrhoid and the severity of your symptoms.
Avoiding constipation is often the key to reducing hemorrhoids. And simple diet and lifestyle changes may help reduce hemorrhoid symptoms.
Eating a high-fiber diet can help make stools softer and easier to pass, reducing the urge to strain during bowel movements. Fiber is found in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, beans, nuts, and seeds.
Taking hot tub baths several times a day can also help shrink external hemorrhoids. Sitting on lukewarm water for ten to twenty minutes can help relieve pain and irritation.
A Herbal Solution that has proven to reduce Hemorrhoid (Pile Kooko) pain,itching and swelling is a combination of Hemorrhoid Tea and Hemo Relief Cream.
The Hemorrhid Tea improve your digestion and help you become more regular, strain less during bowel movements and even enhance blood circulation.
The Hemo Relief Cream is a Hemorrhoid Ointment with effective anti-inflammatory, astringent and antiseptic medical properties to stimulate the anal skin healing process. It also helps to restore dilated and inflamed veins to the normal condition.
The combination of this two Herbal Solution has help to instantly relieve pain, itching & burning, as well as protects and soothes irritations, reduces swelling, and stops bleeding associated with Hemorrhoids and Anal Fissures.