Clinical data of "10 people and 9 hemorrhoids" showed that hemorrhoids incidence rate in adults was close to 50%, mostly in 20 to 40 years old population.
Hemorrhoids don't sit, don't sit, don't stand, lie down, toss and turn with pain, and deform with pain
Then why do you grow hemorrhoids? What should I do with hemorrhoids?
Causes of hemorrhoids
Two vascular networks are distributed near the anus and rectum, namely the rectal vein gun at the bottom of the rectum and the anal vein gun at the edge of the anus. These two veins, like two balloons, are responsible for recovering the local venous blood of anorectum, but they become larger due to some factors. The former forms internal hemorrhoids and the latter forms external hemorrhoids.
Bend down to work, curl up and stand to work, the belt is too tight, the stomach pressure is too high, and the venous catheter around the anus is compressed, which is easy to produce hemorrhoids.
Suggestion: don't stand or sit too long. Sit for 45 minutes, get up, stand for 5 minutes, or sit down and rest for 45 minutes.
A large amount of excreta in the intestine will compress the veins, resulting in local congestion and blood circulation disorders.
Suggestion: for ordinary constipation patients, eat more fruits and vegetables and coarse grains rich in fiber, eat less spicy and irritating food, ensure at least 1200 ml of drinking water every day, and develop the habit of defecating every day, which can relatively alleviate the symptoms of constipation. For stubborn constipation, please don't take laxatives and go to the hospital as soon as possible.
Women have a lot of small vein congestion in their stomach during pregnancy. The fetus grows up day by day, the belly expands, the venous catheter around the anus is under pressure, the blood accumulates, and finally becomes hemorrhoids.
Recommendation: appropriate activities during pregnancy. Every time you defecate, fumigate the anus with warm water to improve the blood circulation of the anus, which is also good for the prevention of hemorrhoids.
Stress from disease
Diseases with elevated abdominal pressure such as emphysema and chronic bronchitis will affect the blood reflux at the anorectal part, aggravate the liver cirrhosis of hemorrhoid varices and portal vein blood infection, resulting in excessive venous pressure and directly increase the pressure of hemorrhoid venous plexus.