⤴ Hemorrhoids


Hemorrhoids

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    Constipation is a common condition that affects people of all ages. If constipated, one feel that stools (feces) is not passing as often as normally do, or one has a strain more than usual, or unable to empty bowels. It can also cause stools to be unusually hard, lumpy, large, or small. Severity of constipation can vary greatly that can lead to complications, such as fecal inaction (where dry, hard stools collect in the rectum) or fecal incontinence (where involuntarily leak liquid stools around solid changed stools). It could be because of enlargements of veins of the rectum. This condition is often called piles. Veins in the rectum are of two sets, the internal veins line the lower rectum and extend upwards and the external veins lie beneath the skin at the anus (rectal opening). When any of these veins dilate (enlarge), they become hemorrhoids. Any condition that causes prolonged or repeated increase in the blood pressure in rectal veins may give to the process of hemorrhoids. Such conditions may include constipation, pregnancy, and long periods of standing.
    Hemorrhoids of the external veins usually cause little discomfort unless a blood clot forms in affected vein and causes inflammation. Hemorrhoids of the internal veins may bleed or descend through anus as a result of bowel movements. Such hemorrhoids may cause pain or itching. And the treatment for constipation the main cause of hemorrhoids is exceptionally effective through the concept Onnuri SuJok.
    Symptoms, causes mainly:
    Constipation
    Diarrhea
    Mucus
    Irregular bowel habits
    Increased intra-abdominal pressure, prolonged straining
    Ascites
    Obesity
    Chronic cough
    Pelvic floor dysfunction
    Exacerbating factors, and factors related to the relief of symptoms.
    Bleeding, painless bright red bleeding is commonest symptom of internal hemorrhoids, and often occurs with defecation.
    Anal itch occurs with internal hemorrhoids, due to prolapse of rectal mucosa causing chronic mucus discharge and irritation of perinatal skin.
    Soiling, which also occurs with prolapse, may cause anal itch.
    Prolapse occurs with a bowel movement and is associated with an uncomfortable sensation of rectal fullness, incomplete evacuation, and a lump at anal verge.
    Pain: a rarely significant symptom of internal hemorrhoids, if pain strangulated: progressive venous engorgement and incarceration of the acutely inflamed hemorrhoids leads to thrombosis and infarction. External hemorrhoids do not usually cause symptoms unless thrombosis occurs, in which case they present acutely as a severely painful perinatal lump.
    Prevention:
    A number of preventive measures recommended, including avoiding straining while attempting to defecate, avoiding constipation and diarrhea either by eating high-fiber diet and drinking plenty of fluid and getting enough exercise. More Fiber and fluids in routine diet can overcome the symptoms. It includes fruit, vegetables, whole grain rice, whole wheat, whole meal bread, seeds, nuts, and oats. More fiber means bowel movements regular because it helps food to pass through the digestive system more easily. Make sure to drink plenty of fluids, to avoid dehydration.
    Besides this, keeping mobile and active will cut the risk of getting constipation. Not only, regular exercise cut the risk of becoming constipated, it will also leave you feeling healthier, and improve your mood, energy levels and general fitness.
    Onnuri SuJok modality is one such treatment, which is very effective; when applied properly, a clear effect is often felt within few sessions. High effect on pricking 1mm small micro tiny needles only on hand to adjust the energy system of body can see.
    Give a try!

http://onnurimedicine.me ‘Dr.Dinesh kapur’ 
 
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