Partners' Message

Saturday, 24 December 2016

Nonsurgical natural home remedies, and lifestyle changes to get rid of Pile

Piles or haemorrhoids are a venous swelling located at or inside the anal sphincter – usually causing pain and discomfort. Piles can remain with you for a long time if not treated well, and its symptoms include bleeding when you try to empty your bowel, as well as itching around the anus. Many at times people are wont to go for surgical operation in order to get rid of the piles which usually protrude whenever the sufferer goes to stool.

But the sad thing about the surgical approach experts say - is the fact that in a matter of time the pile soon comes back after the operation must have been carried out. This is especially if the causative factors are still in existence such as ‘the wrong’ lifestyle behaviours which is a very important factor in this whole issue.

Causes of Pile
Constipation is a major cause of piles because this process leads to weakening of the anal region as a result of straining, thereby resulting in inflammation around the sphincter of the anus. Straining happens usually because of hardness of your stool and most probably due to a lack of (adequate) fibre in the diet.

Other causative factors can include such as Pregnancy, owing to hormonal changes; Chronic venous insufficiency; Inflammatory bowel disease, Portal hypertension; Ageing due to weakening of the area.

Piles condition

Natural remedies for Pile
However, it is important to note that there are readily available natural inexpensive methods including lifestyle changes and dietary patterns you can use to deal with your piles or haemorrhoids.

1. Cold compress
A cold compress will enable the haemorrhoids to shrink to a small size; it will reduce pain and give you immediate relief from itching thereby making stool passage much easier due to reduction in swelling. Wrap some ice in a piece of clean cloth and apply directly over the area. You should do this several times daily, and it will considerably help to reduce haemorrhoids by constricting the blood vessels.

2. Apple Cider Vinegar
Pure and natural apple cider vinegar tremendously helps in treating haemorrhoids. For external haemorrhoids, take a cotton ball soaked with apple cider vinegar and apply directly on the haemorrhoids for immediate relief. This may cause a stinging feeling for some time but it will immediately deal with itching and pain. For internal haemorrhoids, just drink a mixture of one teaspoonful of vinegar and water; it is sure to give you relief from pain and bleeding.

3. Coconut Oil 
Use coconut oil directly on haemorrhoids, rinse and do it again. Apart from healing the symptoms, your haemorrhoids will likely go away in a matter of a few days.

4. Witch hazel
Witch hazel deals with the symptoms rapidly. It perfectly calms pain, itching and blood flow until the haemorrhoids disappear. Regularly apply a little amount of witch hazel in the inflamed area for lasting relief from the problem.

5. Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is very effective in dealing with haemorrhoids. Its anti-inflammatory action aids in tackling the symptoms fast and easy. For internal haemorrhoids, cut stripes of the aloe vera leave discarding all the thorns and keep to freeze. Use it as a cold compress on the inflamed area for double action effect. Externally, just apply the extracted gel to calm and nourish the swollen veins.

6. Lemon Juice 
Lemons are full of antioxidants. Apply directly on the inflamed area or consume lemon juice with ginger mixed with honey; it will certainly go a long way in reducing your pain and soreness of the haemorrhoids.

7. Olive oil
Olive oil is great in dealing with the symptoms of haemorrhoids or piles. With its anti-inflammatory properties it helps soothe the area and reduce discomforts. What is more, olive oil raises the elasticity of blood vessels thereby calming the effect of passing hard stool. The monounsaturated fatty acids present in olive oil improves the activity in bowel movement when this oil is consumed in little quantity with your meals on regular bases.

8. Lime
Slit a small lime into two and sprinkle with rock salt powder inside. Tuck the lime into your mouth and slowly suck in the juice. Lime juice having anti-haemorrhagic properties together with the magnesium sulphate content of salt is able to stop the bleeding, aid bowel movement, and gradually shrink the pile masses.

Squatting exercise

Fibre makes stool soft and increase its bulk thereby reducing straining. You can get your fibre in many ways. Eat foods high in fibre like beans, fresh fruits, vegetables and whole grains; they will help increase fibre gradually and avoid bloating as well as gas. Gradually increase fibre intake to 25-30 grams per day; also increase fluid intake to take care of constipation. Also, do try to combine all of these with a simple exercise: Squatting makes things easier with your condition studies have shown. 

No comments:

Post a comment