Piles or hemorrhoids are medically defined as the inflamed or expanded blood vessels in and around the anus which usually begins to bleed. Internal and external piles are the different types of piles. When the veins inside the rectal canal become inflamed and enlarged, they are known as internal hemorrhoids, while those occurring around the anus are called external hemorrhoids. We will be discussing on how to treat piles naturally in this article.
Those suffering from severe and prolonged constipation generally encounter this problem. Even diarrhea, anal or rectal infections, anal intercourse, coughing, portal hypertension, and liver problems like cirrhosis can put too much pressure on the wall of the rectum, and cause the development of hemorrhoids. There are many ways to tackle this issue but natural hemorrhoid treatment is the best option.
Women during pregnancy are more likely to suffer from this, as a result of hypertension and increased strain and pressure exerted during bowel movements. Sitting or standing for a long time at a stretch, lack of physical activity and strenuous activities are other possible causes of piles/hemorrhoid. The usual symptoms of piles are, pain and itching in the rectum, rectal bleeding, and incomplete bowel movements.
A healthy bowel movement is required for curing piles very effectively. Home remedies for piles are found to be more effective and popular in treating the problem of piles. Some good herbs to cure piles are mentioned below which can be used to heal piles entirely.
Natural Hemorrhoid Treatment!
Piles home remedy like Chiruvilwadi Kashayam, Abhyaristham helps in bringing the affected Apanavayu down to its normal condition and helps it to start functioning well too.
Chiruvilwadi Kashayam and Abhyaristham helps in relieving the constipation which is actually the cause of Hemorrhoids
Spazyme Syrup: 2 teaspoon in morning and evening will also help in relieving the constipation.
Chiruvilwadi Kashayam: 10-15 ml with 40 ml of water before meals twice
Abhyaristham: 30 ml with 30ml water after meal twice.
Ensure that you drink lots of water at least 3 liters daily.
You should sleep at least 8 hours daily.
Eat healthy nutritious and roughage diet.
It is advisable to avoid continuous sitting and traveling.
Butchers’ broom: The plant butcher’s broom (Ruscus aculeatus), which is as well known as knee holly, box holly, and sweet broom, gets its name because it was once utilized by butchers in Europe to clean their chopping blocks. Butcher’s broom has a long history of traditional use for hemorrhoids and varicose veins. Butchers’ broom is another way on how to treat piles naturally.