If diet concerns and healthy eating have always been the top of your list in your daily health maintenance, you would have heard about the term ‘piles’ or hemorrhoids being mentioned. Even if you are not suffering from piles, there may be occurrences of hard stools and constipation being experienced at some point of your life.
From my personal experience and observation, many city-siders and busy working executives have experienced pain or bleeding while straining for stool. Not only is this unpleasant, it can be a sign and symptom of one suffering from piles. Prevention is better than cure so it is necessary to know how you can avoid the painful condition of piles by knowing how to prevent it.
Increasing your intake of fruits and vegetables, fibrous foods and drinking sufficient amount of water can be your first steps to preventing hemorrhoids. Try to avoid excess intake of fried foods, fast foods, meat and seafood. As a form of natural therapy, try taking a glass of honey and apple cider vinegar plus a heap of psyllium husks with an empty stomach first thing in the morning, upon waking. This may help to regulate your bowel habits and keep your colon healthy. Hemorrhoid treatment should be considered if symptoms and pain persist especially if you have noticed any bleeding in your stool. If you are planning to look for treatments for your hemorrhoid concerns, try to opt for one that contains natural vitamins and supplements. Butcher's broom and horse chestnut are both essential in helping to strengthen the walls of the veins and bring healing.
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