Hemorrhoids are swollen veins in the lining of the anus that may occur close to the anal opening, in which case they are called external hemorrhoids.
If they develop close to the anal opening they are called external hemorrhoids.
Hemorrhoids are very common in pregnancy and immediately after childbirth .
Some people may have a congenital weakness of the veins in the anus which make the development of hemorrhoids more likely.
Hemorrhoids occur when pressure builds up in the veins of the anus due to excess straining to eject a hard faeces.
Such faeces may result from a poor diet that contains too many highly refined foods that lack sufficent fibre.
Rectal bleeding and increasing discomfort, even pain on defaecation are the most common features.
Complications from a prolapse is strangulation and throbosis where a clot forms in the vein stopping it from springing back into the anus.
This reduces the blood supply and causes prolonged bleeding.
Listed below are a few food guidelines
Here are a list of foods that are recomended for anyone who suffers from hemorrhoids
1/ Plenty of whole gran foods, like cereals, wholewheat breads, brown rice.
Eat vegetables, lettuce,potatoes,turnips,
3/ Fresh fruits, oranges, tangerrines, prunes, apricots, raspberries.
Get plenty of dried and fresh fruits such as prunes, apricots, oranges, rasberries.
Yougarts are fantastic especially pro biotic which have been proven to help give relief to hemorrhoids.
Ensure that you keep yourself hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day.
As usual it is the things we all like most that harm us.
Alcohol,coffee,soda drinks,energy drinks
Cereals that are high in sugar.
Stay away from all processed foods, breads,cookies (even home baked) spicy foods white flower.
Some may say that you have to have some treats in your life and that is true.
Once under control you can then slip in the odd treat now and again.
To be pain free please look up hemorrhoid cures, at www.hemorrhoidcureinformation.com.
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