Cure hemorrhoids with just one ingredient
Hemorrhoids are also known as piles. Hemorrhoids are swollen or inflamed veins in the anus and lower rectum that can be itchy, painful, and potentially cause bleeding during bowel movements. Although they can be extremely unpleasant and painful for many people, they can be easily treated and are very preventable.
There are two types of hemorrhoids, internal and external.
External hemorrhoids lie under the skin around the anus, and the delicate skin there can be easily irritated and bleed during a bowel movement. Blood clots can form in external hemorrhoids and cause a great deal of pain and inflammation.
Internal hemorrhoids are less noticeable as they lie inside the rectum, the patient is not aware of them as they do not generally cause any discomfort. However straining during a bowel movement can irritate the delicate surface of the hemorrhoid and cause bleeding or pass the hemorrhoid outside the anus; this is called a protruding or prolapsed hemorrhoid and can be very painful.
Hemorrhoid symptoms include painless bleeding during bowel movements that results in bright red blood, itching, irritation, or swelling in the anus, the formation of a sensitive or painful lump near the anus, and sometimes anal leakage.
As hemorrhoids generally get worse as time goes by, health care professionals suggest they should be treated as soon as they appear.
One of the most popular remedies for getting rid of hemorrhoids are apple cider vinegar. Pure and natural apple cider vinegar is highly beneficial in treating the condition. Using AVC get rid of hemorrhoids in 24 hours.
For external hemorrhoids, take a cotton ball and soak it with apple cider vinegar. Apply it directly on the hemorrhoids and get instant relief. Please note that applying it directly may cause a stinging sensation for some time but that will decrease itching and pain instantly. For internal hemorrhoids, consuming a teaspoon of vinegar with water, may provide relief from pain and bleeding.
Follow a good diet:
Intake lot of fiber, add more fruit, veg and whole grains to your diet, as well as consume plenty of fluids (6 – 8 glasses) preferably the form of fresh water.. avoid getting dehydrated. Creating softer stools may be extremely important especially if you are constipated.