Some people always think that they are not suffering from hemorrhoids. In fact, the first-stage hemorrhoids are a bit unfeeling (mostly internal hemorrhoids), and the second-stage hemorrhoids feel a little unnoticed. In the third stage, the patient always thinks that he does not block food and drink and does not interfere with work, plus the above problems (especially Lesbian), unwilling to go to the hospital for treatment. As a last resort, hemorrhoids patients who have severely affected their normal life are already in the hospital for treatment.
There are many reasons for hemorrhoids, but it is clinically proven that the most prominent one is the longer defecation time. Squatting in the toilet for more than 3 minutes can lead to the formation of hemorrhoids, and the severity is determined by the length of time. Therefore, people who spend a long time in the toilet, most of whom have dry stools, should adjust their diet or take medication as soon as possible to develop the habit of defecation on time.
Squatting in the toilet for too long can directly lead to rectal varicose veins, and blood stasis will form venous masses (called hemorrhoids in medicine). Some people like to read newspapers when squatting in the toilet to defecate, not to mention that they are unsanitary. If they see the highlights of the plot, they will not get up after emptying. If this happens, the rectal veins will naturally be squeezed for a long time and induce hemorrhoids.
Currently, the best way to prevent hemorrhoids is:
1. If you defecate for more than 3 minutes each time, you should gradually control it within 3 minutes (if it is controlled within 1 minute, the first and second stage hemorrhoids can recover on their own).
2. The driver, pregnant women, and staff on duty should do 10 levator movements each morning and afternoon.
3. For those with habitual dry stools, eat three to five taels of raw cabbage heart after dinner every day (one hour apart).
4. If you can't take a bath in time after going to the toilet, before you get up in the squat toilet, you can use a soft multilayer (2×4 cm) toilet paper to clamp the anus (take it out after half an hour). In this way, when walking, the rectal veins can be rapidly restored and return to normal.
The above four methods, if combined with prevention, are the best shortcuts to stay away from hemorrhoids.