Going to the bathroom should not be a frustrating and frightening experience. Hemorrhoids can be unbearable and painful. You do not have to suffer with this condition; it is curable. The itching, burning, bleeding, straining and swelling is the most miserable thing to go through. Millions of people suffer from inflamed blood vessels and tissue in the rectum. There is relief you just have to know how to go about getting it.
The main cause of this condition is bad diet or heredity. Lack of fiber in your diet can make you constipated which leads to dry and hard bowel movements which causes you to strain the vessels inside of your rectum. Fiber makes the stool softer and blows it up for easy passing. According to Marvin Schuster, MD founder of the Marvin M. Schuster Digestive and Motility Disorders Center at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore says that eating the right foods improves your digestive system. Hemorrhoids are the swollen vessels and tissue in the butt and they are painful because when they swell they press up against sensitive nerves.
You should at least get 25grams of fiber into your diet a day. To prevent this condition from occurring often is to stay away from coffee, which will make your body lose valuable water. Coffee contracts the intestines. It is a diuretic that can dehydrate the body. Alcohol is just like coffee it drains the water out of your body too. Alcohol dehydrates the body and then it can lead to constipation. Stay away from spicy foods, these foods can flare up the vessels in your butt and cause a burning sensation when taking a bowel movement.
Another way to get relief is to drink plenty of water. Water keeps the body hydrated and makes the stools moist and easier to pass through the anus. You should at least drink six to eight glasses of water a day. Water also keeps the skin clear and smooth. You should do anything possible to strengthen your anus veins because even eating the right foods sometimes you still can experience constipation.
John Neustadt, ND, medical director of Montana integrative Medicine in Bozeman suggests that eating berries to make the veins strong. Eat bright colored fruits such as blueberries, blackberries and cherries; they contain anthocyamins, which can improve blood vessel strength. When you improve your connective tissues in your butt, they will be less likely to stretch under pressure.
While you can get the beneficial compounds from fruits that may help relieve this common medical issue, juices are full of benefits too. You can get nutritional healing from berry and apple juices. Mix an equal amount of apple juice with the berry juice, hmm sounds so good delicious and nutritious.