The gastrointestinal tract is a complex organ system that is vital for the existence of mankind. This long pathway of tubes that contracts and relaxes at almost 24/7 all days of one’s life, takes charge of supplying the body with the nutrients from the food that goes in the mouth. Without the gut (it is short for G.I.), it will be very impossible to live long. Yes, someone can rely on some intravenous supply of nutrients but since this is not the nature of the body, the veins may rupture and you know what will happen next.
Going back to the gut, it starts with the mouth and ends with the anus, each part of very crucial role. Wrong health can mean a delay and hard work for the body part. You just can imagine having a malfunctioning tummy and you’ll get a stomachache, or a sore mouth and you can’t chew a thing. What more if you have such concerns on your intestines? Darn. That will be too much especially if hemorrhoids are your enemies. For sure, it will be a big chunk of a problem.
Some facts on Hemorrhoids
If you have experienced difficulty in passing your stool, and later on you got that pain at the end of your anus, probably you have already developed hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are brought about by too much pressure exerted on the anal canal, usually during constipation and frequent diarrhea episodes. Since in the rectum and anal canal only allows certain pressure, because naturally passing of stool should be effortless, when additional pressure is exerted, the veins tends to swell and this might be really painful. And this can cause excretion of stool really hard. Although hemorrhoids, either internal or the one within the walls of the anus or external, the ones that has developed as lump in the anus, are both non-serious when it comes to health risk, the uneasy feeling it gives to the one who has it is beyond tolerable thus immediate treatment and hemorrhoid relief is vital.
Ways on how you can be relieved
Since hemorrhoids are not medically serious, its effect of being uneasy makes the need for it to be treated ASAP. And here are the ways on how you can relieve yourself from the pain brought by hemorrhoids:
1. Exercise. Too much pressure on the pelvic area and anal area causes hemorrhoids. This is why pregnant and overweight people are prone to hemorrhoids. Exercising through walking at least 30 minutes for at least four times a day can be a great help. It will definitely improve pressure distribution in your pelvic area.
2. Diet. Fiber is the key for easier passing of stool. Due to its ability to create bulk in the stool true retention of water and forming it like a gel, excretion can be so much easier.
3. Medication. For a more serious hemorrhoid forms, medication or surgery may be needed to ease pain the soonest.
Hemorrhoid relief can be very easy and is always available. So don’t be afraid, just be courageous and informed enough to do it.