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Hemorrhoid Treatments: 3 easy home treatments to manage those uncomfortable symptoms


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Hemorrhoids also known as piles are very common in both men and women by the age of 50. Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the anal and rectum. They occur as a result of increased pressure exerted on the veins from constipation as well as from pregnancy. Uncomfortable symptoms include pain, itching, bleeding and discomfort from swelling. Hemorrhoids that cause problems are found equally in men and women, and their prevalence peaks between 45 and 65 years of age. About one-half to three-fourths of all Americans will develop hemorrhoids at some time in their lives. Fortunately, most cases of hemorrhoids respond well to natural treatments. There are treatments that you can undertake at home to manage your symptoms. These include eating a diet high in fresh fruit and vegetables and fiber as well as drinking plenty of water. Not sitting for long periods as well as not sitting on the toilet for long period and straining. Getting plenty of exercise during the day is also important. These measures will help to prevent constipation.

There are two types of hemorrhoids. 1. Internal Hemorrhoids are those that occur above the dentate line. Specifically, they are varicoses of veins draining the territory of branches of the superior rectal arteries. As this area lacks pain receptors, internal hemorrhoids are usually not painful and most people are not aware that they have them. Internal hemorrhoids, however, may bleed when irritated. Untreated internal hemorrhoids can lead to severe forms of hemorrhoids.

2. External hemorrhoids are those that occur below the dentate line. They may actually be concealed from view. Specifically, they are varicoses of the veins draining the territory of the inferior rectal arteries, which are branches of the internal pudendal artery. External hemorrhoids are prone to thrombosis or a blood clot forming. It is important that hemorrhoids are treated. natural treatments are effective at reducing the swelling, pain and bleeding that is associated with them.