2020年11月21日星期六

preparation h hemorrhoids,Prevention of anorectal disease starts with diet

    If you want to prevent anorectal diseases, you should pay attention to your diet. In principle, pepper, mustard, spirits, greasy, fried, seafood, raw and cold foods should be eaten as little as possible or not, and more light foods such as vegetables and whole grains should be eaten. . Spicy wine has a direct stimulating effect on the rectal mucosa. Excessive eating will cause the rectal mucosa to congest and expand and form hemorrhoids. Pepper and alcohol can also stimulate the anal flap and anal sinus, causing local inflammation and leading to anal sinusitis, anal papillitis, perianal abscess and other diseases. Fatty, sweet and thick taste can easily cause constipation, which is an important cause of anorectal diseases during long-term constipation. It has been reported that 42.2 people out of 100,000 people in Europe, the United States and other countries suffer from colorectal cancer each year. These people have varying degrees of prolonged defecation intervals and difficulty in eliminating them. Cold food can easily lead to diarrhea, which is also the cause of anorectal diseases. The advantage of eating more vegetables and fruits is that they contain a lot of cellulose. When cellulose passes through the digestive tract, it can absorb water to expand itself. On the one hand, the expanded cellulose stimulates and strengthens gastrointestinal peristalsis through its swollen volume. It strengthens digestion, absorption and excretion. On the other hand, it can also wrap certain indigestible ingredients in food, secretions of the digestive tract, intestinal bacteria and harmful substances produced in the body's metabolism to form feces, thereby making feces It is unobstructed and easy to implement, which not only reduces the pathogenic factors of hemorrhoids, but also has the effect of preventing cancer.

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