My HemmroidsSurprisingly there a precise definition of hemmroids does not exist. Basically hemmroids, otherwise known as piles, are veins that have become swollen and enlarged in the anal canal ( also known as a condition in which an itching or painful mass of dilated veins in swollen anal tissue occurs ). The supporting tissues surrounding the veins can also become inflamed.
Hemmroid are actually present in all people. When hemroids behave properly, they function as a gatekeeper to prevent unwanted leakages. Ever had an instance where you were at the wrong place at the wrong time but you still really needed to relieve yourself? Instead you clenched your butt muscles as hard as you can to hold the gates closed. The hemroids tissues help you to keep the excreta in. It's when the hemmroids tissues and veins become inflamed that it causes problems and it is referred to as "abnormal" or "diseased".
Hemmroid though are not abnormal at all. Almost everyone in their lifetime will develop the painful, irritating hemmroids at some time. These hemmroids can develop anytime at any age. The likelihood of developing them increases after 30 years of age. In fact 50% of 50+ year old people have or had hemmroids at some time!
Many things can lead to hemmroids. Diet, constipation, pregnancy, genetics, etc can contribute to forming hemmroids.
How My Hemmroid Treatment Started
In the search for hemmroids treatments, I came upon neo healar. I've seen many, many hemroids treatment products in the pharmacy and online. With so many choices, it's hard to tell what will work. In the end, it's a matter of trial and error and personal choice. neo healar caught my eye. Here are a few reasons why.
Most of the time, haemorrhoid are not a serious problem. They vanish off in a couple of days. In the worst cases, it may admit a few weeks.
• Do not strain during bowel movements.
• Eat high-fiber food and drink plenty of water.
• Take a stool softener if your health provider recommends it.
• Get enough exercise, which can help prevent constipation.
• Wipe gently after a bowel movement. Wipe with soft, moist toilet paper, or moist toilet or baby wipes.
• Don't lift heavy objects.