How to Get Rid of Hemorrhoids Naturally
Shrink and heal hemorrhoids with soothing, yet powerful, organic medicine.
This remedy helps shrink and heal hemorrhoids. Forces of Nature offers two types of hemorrhoid treatments. These remedies are not laced with abrasive chemicals that give adverse side effects. Hemorrhoid Control remedy is ideal for all hemorrhoid treatment.
- Is applied topically to deliver rapid pain relief
- Shrinks and eliminates hemorrhoids
- Provides relief from painful, sore or burning hemorrhoids
- Penetrates deep into skin tissue to heal hemorrhoids
Natural Hemorrhoid Treatment
Forces of Nature offers an organic soothing and healing remedy for hemorrhoids known as Hemorrhoid Control. This remedy helps shrink and heal hemorrhoids with guaranteed results. Forces of Nature offers two types of hemorrhoid treatments. One is mild hemorrhoid control type of remedy and the other is extra strength remedy. Extra strength is a faster, safer and more fast-acting and effective remedy. These remedies are not laced with abrasive chemicals that give adverse side effects. Forces of Nature remedies have double potency. Hemorrhoid Control remedy is ideal for all hemorrhoid treatment.
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What are Hemorrhoids?
There are two types of hemorrhoids, namely, internal and external hemorrhoids. Every human being has hemorrhoids. They normally function as cushions during bowel movement. Internal hemorrhoids are too far into rectum to be seen. External hemorrhoids are situated within the lower part of the anus.
During bowel movement hemorrhoids expand to cushion the passage of stools. Both internal and external hemorrhoids can cause problems if they prolapse and enlarge. When they become pathological or swell, hemorrhoids are known as piles. Prolapsed internal hemorrhoids can protrude outside the sphincter of the anus. Similarly, external hemorrhoids can prolapse and enlarge to the outside of the anus, particularly during bowel movement.
Hemorrhoids receive their blood supply from arteries, not veins. Sometimes blood clots are formed inside prolapsed hemorrhoids and cause severe pain. It is not uncommon for hemorrhoids to bleed a bright red blood. The incidence of hemorrhoids is high among individuals aged between of 20 and 50 years for both genders, but it is at its peak in people aged 45 to 65. About 40% of individuals in the United States are likely to have problems with their hemorrhoids at one time or other during their lifetime.
What Causes Hemorrhoids?
One of the main risk factors for pathogenesis or development of hemorrhoidal disease is associated with chronic or protracted straining and exertion of pressure on the anal cushions. Most of the pressure is associated with obesity, consumption of a low fiber diet, genetic predisposition, labor strains when giving birth, weightlifting as well as poor bowel movement habits.