Fact about Hemorrhoids
Hemorrhoids are a common condition in the adult population. Hemorrhoids are generally hereditary, and their causes are frequent and pregnant, diet, chronic hard chairs, and internal illnesses such as e.g. liver disease.
Hemorrhoids are vascular structures in the anal canal that help in defecation management. In their physiological state, they serve as pads made of arteriovenous channels and connective tissue.
Anal submucosal smooth muscles originate from the combined longitudinal muscle layer and internal anal sphincter and are captured in the submucosal vascular space. These smooth muscles suspend the hemorrhoidal pads.6.7 The cushions make up 15-20% of the anal pressure at rest and provide sensory information that allows differentiating whether the anal gas is in the anal channel, liquid, or type of chair.
Cause of occurrence
They still serve as plugs, which serve to completely close the anal channel. The exact cause of the formation of associated prolonged pads is not known, but several factors are believed to favor their development;
- genetic predisposition
- weaker connective tissue in the body, and so the veins of veins,
- constipation-pressure on the colon and rectum strain during defecation, insufficient physical activity (long-term seating or standing),
- chronic conditions – heart and liver disease, tenderness of enlarged veins, low pressure,
- Pregnancy – It has been proven that 40 percent of women in pregnancy have problems with hemorrhoids, which are caused by hormonal changes that cause increased blood flow to the pelvic organs and lead to relaxation. Pressure creates a fetus. During pregnancy, the condition may worsen due to additional pressure on the rectal area.
- aging – frequency increases with age,
- a diet with too little fibrous food,
- Obesity causes elevated pressure in the abdomen that is transmitted to the hemorrhagic plexus,
- great physical effort – e.g. frequent lifting of heavy loads, – increased irritation – e.g. due to excessive use of laxatives.
Hemorrhoids are divided according to accommodation on the inside and outside. They divide the dentate lines, i.e. toothed lines.
External hemorrhoids originate from the lower hemorrhoidal plexus, covered with modified squamous epithelium and located below the toothed line. They can be enlarged or become thrombotic, causing pain or may ulcerate with subsequent bleeding. Thrombosis may be frozen or may lead to a skin complex that causes itching, burning, or laundering of the laundry.
Internal hemorrhoids are formed from the upper hemorrhoidal plexus, are covered with mucus, and are located above the tooth line. Symptomatic internal hemorrhoids can cause baking, enlargement, itching, pain, falling out, emptying, bleeding, or laundry.
Based on the stage of disease development, hemorrhoids are divided into 4 groups;
- Stage I – small initial hemorrhoids that do not fall from the anal opening, occasionally bleed after the stool and cause itching.
- Stage II – After tension or after the stool, hemorrhoids drop out of the anus, but then spontaneously pull in. At this stage of development, bleeding occurs after the stool, itching, and baking, and the joints can be tinged with the anus.
- Step III – Hemorrhoids are constantly out there, but they can go back to the anal canal. Symptoms include bleeding after the stool, itching, and baking. External hemorrhoids can also occur in the form of leather panties.
- Step IV – Hemorrhoids are constantly out and can not go back to the anal canal. There is bleeding, pain, and discomfort. They are usually accompanied by external hemorrhoids.
Untreated hemorrhoids can lead to the following complications: lumps, thrombosis, cracking, and coughing. Anemia (anemia) is a common consequence of hemorrhoid bleeding.
To relieve hemorrhoid problems and even prevent them, it is extremely important to have proper nutrition. Food must not be peppery, spicy, and spicy. There should be as much fruit as possible, fruit compotes, vegetables in the form of salad with oil and lemon juice. You should drink as much fruit juice as possible. Such a diet facilitates the emergence of lighter chairs, thus facilitating the discharge of the bowel and reducing the pressure, which, when elevated, is conducive to the creation of hemorrhoids. Therefore, it is necessary to adhere to the proper diet, not to consume alcohol, and to move more (eight walks).
Conservative treatment of internal hemorrhoids consists of stool regulation (diet of rich fiber foods, mild laxatives), warm seating baths, and various topical fats, but without corticosteroids and antibiotics.
Tablets and capsules work from within and relieve long-term hemorrhoids. They help restore balance in digestion, reduce pressure in the portal vein system and thus reduce hemorrhoids, pain, itching, and an unpleasant sensation in the anal area.
Fats are for external action. They offer a direct, direct, and long-lasting beneficial effect in the anal area. They rehydrate the skin, cool, moisturize, reduce inflammation and stimulate the natural healing process.
One of the best ways of home hemorrhoid treatment is certainly a warm bath, which not only relaxes and functions relaxing but also has incredible effects on health. For the treatment of hemorrhoids, up to three baths daily for fifteen minutes are recommended, and all that needs to be done is to prepare a warm bath and relax. This will reduce swelling and alleviate pain. After bathing, it is obligatory to dry, so that there will be no problems with combing, which could aggravate the problem.
How can you help yourself with hemorrhoids?
- Care for personal hygiene, after each sludge, wash.
- Prepare baths with lukewarm water and chamomile or oak bark.
- When you drink Donat, use mild natural laxatives and enjoy rich food with ballast substances (fruits, vegetables, black bread …).
- Use care nourishing ointments for intimate areas, but also baby care ointments.
- Use ointments and spark plugs that contain anti-inflammatory agents, and local pain killers (long-term use is not recommended due to thinning and drying of the skin and unsustainable, stinging itching in the back area).
Hemorrhagic disease is despite the fact that the disease of the modern era has been discovered and treated in distant history. According to some estimates, as many as 75% of the world’s population has problems with hemorrhoids in the most common age of 45 to 65 years.
Hemorrhoidal disease is a milder form that can be controlled through the aforementioned prevention, and possibly by using various fats, capsules, and baths. In such milder forms, it is not necessary to change some of their life habits and activities.
It can be concluded that irregular nutrition, long-standing or sitting, lack of movement, and physical activity are the main causes of the number of people with hemorrhoid problems being so high. One of the more common causes may be insufficient hygiene of the anal area. The lower incidence of the cause of the hemorrhoidal disease is in the genetic predisposition.