Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Here Are Some Natural Home Remedies For Hemorrhoids!

It’s a common problem but not one person likes to discuss. All of us have hemorrhoids, they are just venous cushions around the rectum. It’s in fact good news that we have them, as without them the stool may start leaking out of the anus. But when they get irritated and inflamed they can cause no end of discomfort, with burning and itching one of the most common issues.

Many sufferers are too ashamed to go to the doctor, however in some cases that isn’t really necessary. There are a lot of things we keep around the house that can be used to alleviate the nasty results of irritated hemorrhoids.

Here are some natural home remedies for that embarrassing itch …

Aloe vera
Thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties, the aloe vera plant can eliminate the pain and itch of hemorrhoids quickly and efficiently. Just spread some aloe vera gel on the affected area and the pain and swelling will soon be gone.

Apple Cider Vinegar
There are many natural ingredients that can be applied to the agonizing area to sooth and heal it. Try using apple cider vinegar (ACV)– the panacea of natural treatments. Just soak a cotton ball and apply it to the anal area. This should help with swelling and sign relief. You can also try mixing ACV with honey as this combination can improve digestive health and prevent constipation.

Put 3 garlic cloves and three bay leaves in a pot of boiling water. Let it brew for at least 10 minutes then take the pot off the stove and let it cool. Apply this solution to the hemorrhoids three times a day until they are gone.

Potatoes have a dehydrating effect and can help to minimize the swelling of hemorrhoids. This approach is especially great when there is bleeding involved. Just shred and grind some potatoes into a paste and rub it straight on the affected area. Let the paste dry and you’ll immediately notice the effects.

Humans are meant to squat

On sitting toilets, users are forced to strain in order to move the bowels. The main cause of hemorrhoids is the straining that occurs. It explains why hemorrhoids are almost unheard of in populations who use traditional squatting toilets. Squatting on a stool can reduce the amount of straining on the toilet, which might mean less hemorrhoids.

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