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Plant to Treat Hemorrhoids

Hemorrhoid is the swelling and inflammation of veins in the rectum or anus. In America, 50% of the population aged 50 years suffering from hemorrhoids. And an estimated 50-85% of the population will experience hemorrhoids symptoms in a certain period in his life.

The cause of hemorrhoids is mixed. Hemorrhoids can be genetically inherited, or because it is the weakness of the veins in the rectum or anus, or can also be caused by difficulty in bowel movements or diarrhea. Sitting too long can also cause hemorrhoids. Hypertension (high blood pressure), obesity (overweight), and a lazy lifestyle (not active) is also one of the originators of hemorrhoids. Consumption of alcohol and coffee in large quantities and often also one of the precipitating factors. Alcohol can cause liver disease that will eventually lead to blockage of blood vessels in the rectum or anus, while consuming too much coffee can cause hypertension. State of dehydration (lack of fluids) may also be a factor. Dehydration can cause hard stools and difficult bowel movements. Vitamin E deficiency is another factor.

Hemorrhoid is divided into two types:

  • External Hemorrhoid. Is hemorrhoids that arise in the area called the anal verge, which is the end of the anal canal (anus). These types of hemorrhoids can be seen from the outside without using any tools. Usually will cause pain. Swelling and irritation can occur.
  • Internal hemorrhoids. Is hemorrhoids that appear in the rectum. Usually these types of hemorrhoids are not painful. So most people do not realize this if you have hemorrhoids. Bleeding can occur if irritated. Bleeding that occurs dripping.

Prevention for hemorrhoids:

  • Drink plenty of water, eating foods that contain lots of fiber (fruits, vegetables, cereals, fiber supplements, etc.) about 20-25 grams a day
  • Sport
  • Reduce straining
  • Avoid use of laxatives (bowel stimulants)
  • Limiting straining during bowel movements.
  • The use of tight underwear can trigger the occurrence of hemorrhoids and can irritate existing hemorrhoids.

Plants That can be used to treat Hemorrhoids:

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