As the saying goes, "ten people nine hemorrhoids, ten women ten hemorrhoids", hemorrhoids is a common anorectal disease in China. In 2015, the anorectal Association of the Chinese Academy of Chinese Medicine carried out a nationwide epidemiological survey of anorectal diseases. The results showed that the prevalence rate of anorectal diseases was 50.1% in China over 18 years old, which was much higher than that in common diseases. The incidence rate of hemorrhoids was 49.14%, accounting for the vast majority of anorectal diseases. Many people don't realize the harmfulness of hemorrhoids and think that since hemorrhoids are so common, they are not serious diseases and can be delayed for a long time, which leads to the white aggravation of hemorrhoids and increases the difficulty and cost of treatment. Moreover, hemorrhoids are often accompanied by some complications after they are serious, resulting in great trauma to the body caused by hemorrhoids that can be easily cured.
Hemorrhoids themselves cause limited trauma to the human body and are easy to cure, but when hemorrhoids have complications, it is difficult to cure easily. Therefore, it is very important to do a good job in the prevention and early treatment of hemorrhoids in daily life.
How should hemorrhoids be prevented? The following four points should be done well in the daily prevention of hemorrhoids:
1. Drink plenty of water. Enough water can soften the stool and ease defecation difficulties.
2. Correct defecation method. To develop a good defecation biological clock like a nap, do not use excessive force and squat soon.
3. Keep exercising. Adhering to appropriate exercise can reduce the occurrence of hemorrhoids or reduce hemorrhoid symptoms and accelerate rehabilitation.