Avoid drinking: Drinking can make hemorrhoid vein congestion, dilation, and swelling of hemorrhoids.
Avoid spicy food: addiction to spicy foods such as chili, garlic, ginger, etc., can promote hemorrhoids congestion, thereby aggravating pain.
Avoid satiety: Overeating and overeating will increase the incidence of hemorrhoids.
Avoid sitting for a long time: sitting for a long time without exercise will hinder the blood circulation of the waist and buttocks, and aggravate the condition of hemorrhoids.
Avoid tightening the waist: Tightening the waist too tightly will hinder the return of blood in the abdominal cavity and anus, affect the normal peristalsis of the intestine, and cause pain for defecation.
Avoid holding stool: Stool stays in the intestine for a long time, and the water will be dry and hard if it is absorbed too much, which will cause difficulty in defecation, increase in abdominal pressure, and hemorrhoid bleeding.
Taboo diseases: Patients with hemorrhoids should not be embarrassed to seek medical treatment because of their special location, or they should not pay attention to minor problems, which may cause serious illness and difficulty in curing as soon as possible.