Idea’s for helping relieve Hemorrhoid pain….

on 7-08-2014 in Colon Health, Hemorrhoids, Top Tips


Hemorrhoids - Were off again…..I will be covering other subjects but there have been so many people of Facebook that want more tips that I would feel bad moving away from the subject !!

So here is an article that I read recently – I can’t honestly remember where I found it – but it’s good stuff – enjoy!

You can decrease the likeliness of forming external hemorrhoids by stepping up your hygiene practices in the bathroom. Try using a wet wipe after every bowel movement and choose a clean soft tissue for regular wiping.

A simple remedy you can use at home is applying ice, then heat. Alternating between ice and heat helps minimize the size of the hemorrhoid and helps it to heal. You should apply ice to the area for 10 minutes every day, and then follow that with heat for approximately 20 minutes.

Witch hazel is an excellent way to treat the discomfort that goes along with hemorrhoids. Witch hazel has natural astringent properties that work to shrink the swollen tissue and soothe the pain and itching. Apply witch hazel to a cotton ball then let it set for up to 10 minutes. You can also add it in a sitz bath.

When you are fighting nasty hemorrhoids, make sure you do not expose yourself to products derived from essential oils. You should avoid dyes and fragrances, as well since these ingredients can lead to unneeded irritation and horrible inflammation. These products will sting and make the swelling and itching even worse.

To prevent getting hemorrhoids, stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water. Keeping yourself hydrated can help to soften your stool. You’re also going to want to limit and gauge how much caffeine and alcohol you consume as this can hurt you.

Were you aware that there are many items in your kitchen that can relieve your hemorrhoid symptoms. A good home remedy is using an ice pack. A cold compress like an ice pack will dissipate swelling and help to get rid of the lingering pain. When applied to the area affected by hemorrhoids, an ice pack can help to shrink the inflamed tissues, reducing swelling.

If you think that you may be constipated, take a walk before going to the bathroom. This stimulates the body’s organs, including the bowels. This will lessen the strain of passing the stool which could further irritate your hemorrhoids. Briskly walk for at least ten minutes.

Simple warm water can be one of the easiest and best treatments to relieve hemorrhoid symptoms. From taking a warm bath to applying a cold, wet rag or paper towel to the affected area, water can help alleviate pain and swelling associated with hemorrhoids. A toilet bath can be useful for this, and can be found in many pharmacies.

There are just a few methods of relieving the pain of hemorrhoids – I I hope there was at least one that that is new & useful to you !!

Until next time….

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Buy Venapro – Discount Information

on 6-17-2014 in Colon Health, Venapro, Vouchers & Coupons

buy, venaproHi there,

In my last post I was talking about Colon health & various things that you could do or try to help either relieve or cure Hemorrhoids/Piles.

Well after that post I had a few people contact me on Facebook & my Google+ account to see if I knew of any discounts available for those of you who were looking to buy Venapro.

Well this couldn’t have come at a better time as I was only just looking at the review site that I had mentioned before & ‘Hey Presto’ good old Jerry Free, the author of that site has just added a post especially about Venapro discounts.

The article is very good & discusses the current trend of most of us online that search for something we want – find it – then start searching for monevoucher venapro coupony off from that product service by trying to find a voucher or coupon code!

This really hit home with me; & I am guessing my readers would agree; this is indeed how we shop now – he calls it ‘The Money Off Society”.

Bring it on I say  - I am more than up for getting a bargain wherever I can.
Anyway, like I say, Jerry has just researched the market looking for a Venapro Discount Code (see the link below) & uncovers the real story about trying to get the Hemorrhoid treatment cheaper  - is it possible?

Well, to be fair to him I don’t want to ‘steal his thunder’ – if you are looking to Buy Venapro & get a discount then go & check out his post here – it is well worth it!:


Further Reading:

Hemorrhoids – The Mayo Clinic
Piles –
Hemorrhoid Questions – Everyday Health


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Getting Rid of Hemorrhoids – Top Tips

on 6-06-2014 in Colon Health, Hemorrhoids, Top Tips

Here are a few tips that I have picked up during my painful journey of suffering with Hemorrhoids !!

The most effective way to relieve hemorrhoids and prevent new ones, is to create soft stools that pass easily with no straining. Your bowels should be emptied regularly and often, whenever you feel the urge.

You are advised to get as much exercise as possible – increase your fluid consumption – and include as much fiber into your diet as you can handle (yes, easier said than done I know).

Long-term effective treatment for uncomfortable and painful hemorrhoids is is greatly down to what you eat.

A hemorrhoid prevention diet is based around high fiber content should contain foods such as fruit, oatmeals, whole grain pasta and breads plus leafy green vegetables. The two major benefits of a high-fiber diet are that prevents strain during bowel movements and its subsequent prevention of constipation.

If you are like me & prone to developing external hemorrhoids, it could be time to take a closer look at your bathroom hygiene….obvious when you read it but not so when you are thinking of ideas.

Toilet tissue that is soft and does not leave behind residue is a good start. After each bowel movement, also use a moistened wipe for cleaning purposes, such a wet wipes or baby wipes.

Another tip for fighting hemorrhoids, is to avoid (at all costs!) exposing irritated and inflamed tissues to personal hygiene products which have dyes, essential oils, and fragrances. Even short term exposure to products containing these additives can cause pain, itching or swelling of the hemorrhoids.

An embarrassing tip – A portable cushion can help in various situations, no matter how silly it sounds. You may not be comfortable using it at your workplace or in public, but while driving or sitting down at home, it can alleviate the pressure on the area and reduce pain.

While itchy hemorrhoids might threaten to push you over the edge, you should not scratch; this prevents you from causing further damage to the swollen veins. Avoid scratching itching hemorrhoids because you can irritate or tear sensitive skin when you scratch, which will worsen the condition. You will be in more pain if you tear them open ( was wincing as I wrote that). You will also be prone to getting an infection.

Frequent heavy lifting is a little-known potential cause of hemorrhoids. The strain when you lift is similar to the strain you feel when you are having a bowel movement. If you are susceptible to frequent hemorrhoidal attacks, then you really need to avoid heavy lifting at all costs.

Blood in your stool – although hemorrhoids are the most likely culprit, it is wise to see your GP to get it checked out. Blood in your stools, or from the rectum, could be sign of a more serious condition, such as cancer. Put your mind at ease by having the problem diagnosed. If you do have hemorrhoids, then your doctor can prescribe to you the best treatment for you to proceed with.

Even I was surprised when I discovered that something as simple as water can help relieve hemorrhoids. Spending 10 minutes each day soaking your rectal area in warm water will help greatly. After soaking  use a  wet a towel with cold water and hold it against your hemorrhoids/piles. A toilet bath is a good thing to get – order online or see your pharmacist.

Drink 8 glasses of water a day (approx 2lts). Water is an excellent way to help alleviate some of the troublesome aspects of hemorrhoids. Drinking plenty of water prevents constipation, a leading cause of hemorrhoids. Additionally, your body will be internally cleansed. Drinking water should be a big part of your diet regardless of Hemorrhoids or not – the benefits all round are amazing!

So ‘passionate’ about this that I have found a YouTube video which explains exactly how important it is to be hydrated – & it goes way beyond what you probably thought!

As previously stated, the best way to avoid hemorrhoids is to keep your stools soft which will reduce straining and pressure. Adding more water and extra fiber to your diet can help. By following the advice in this article, you can help to ensure that hemorrhoidal attacks do not occur as often – and that is the whole point of articles like this!

Thanks for reading.



Hemorrhoids – Wikipedia

Hemorrhoids – E Medicine Health

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Exercise & Venapro combined help Colon Health

on 5-23-2014 in Anusol, Cancer, Colon Health, Venapro

Colon Health Tips

Your colon’s health is the key to ensuring your digestive system is working properly.

If your colon is not properly cared for, it can develop cancer or cause irritation, diarrhea, hemorrhoids and gas.

One of the best ways to care for your colon is to exercise. There are various products on the market that can combat colon ailments such as Venapro & Anusol cream – but the trick is to never have to reply on these.

The massive one to obviously try & avoid is – Colon cancer; this begins from polyps that form inside your colon. While many of these are not dangerous, some of them are cancer causing. The best way to stop these polyps from ever forming is to engage in a healthy, active lifestyle.hemorrohoids venapro

Don’t look at exercise simply as a way to lose weight or improve your shape. You should also see it as a way to promote long term health in your colon. Many cases of colon cancer are preventable, and the best way to ensure that they don’t occur is to exercise regularly.

The physical activities that help your colon the most,  involve working your legs and lower body (these are your largest muscles & have the biggest impact on your health). Types of exercise that reply on these muscle groups would include running, cycling and dancing.

Studies have shown that people who engage in physical exercise regularly for at least ten years of their adult life are considerably less likely to develop colon cancer than those who do not. This simple prevention method can ensure that you live longer and healthier.

There are infinite other reasons & health benefits for exercising in later life & colon health is just one of them.

If all else fails there are various things you can take which would help – for further reading on this subject, especially about a Hemorrhoid cure – Venapro – check out this website linked to Hemorrhoids.

If you are genuinely worried about Colon Cancer then you need to seek advice immediately & see your GP

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