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https://www.sina.com.cn June 10, 2012 09:55 Sina Health Forum
Summer is the season for hemorrhoids. To prevent the recurrence of hemorrhoids, patients should pay attention to the following points:
Eat a light diet and drink less alcohol. Do not overeating. Alcohol can cause hemorrhoid vein congestion, dilation and hemorrhoid swelling. Overeating will increase the pressure in the abdominal cavity and affect the blood return of the hemorrhoid vein, thereby aggravating the condition; eating less peppers Irritating foods such as, pepper, onion, garlic, etc., because these foods will stimulate the blood vessels in the rectum, causing congestion and dilation, causing tingling and swelling during defecation, thereby aggravating or inducing hemorrhoids.
Exercise more appropriately The position of the rectum and anus, the return of venous blood is easily blocked. Sedentary people should stand up and move around every 1 to 2 hours, or do "levator anus exercise", that is, the anus relaxes when inhaling, the anus contracts when exhaling, and the anus is lifted upwards for about 5 seconds, repeat Do 10-20 times to improve local blood circulation.
Prevent constipation Constipation is the direct cause of hemorrhoids. Some people often force their bowels or like to read books and newspapers when going to the toilet. Over time, they will make the rectum indifferent to the pressure stimulation of stool. Stool stays in the intestines for a long time, and water is absorbed, making it more difficult to defecate. Forced defecation will further congest the hemorrhoid veins, causing hemorrhoids to prolapse or bleeding.
It is clinically proven that if there is only occasional symptoms of blood in the stool or mild prolapse of hemorrhoids and perianal irritation, you only need to adjust your diet and avoid excessive defecation to relieve symptoms. However, when bleeding, prolapsed hemorrhoids or even incarceration and thrombosis are frequent, it should be treated in time.