People who study such things tell us that in the developed world some 40% of the adult population will have problems with hemorrhoids at some time in their lives. And so, if you are having problems with hemorrhoids, don’t feel that you are all alone in your suffering. Actually, you’ve got oodles of company!
Hemorrhoids are not contagious, they are environmental in origin, although there are some genetic influences. To avoid getting Hemorrhoids you need to change the things in your environment that would cause them. This means, primarily, that you need to eat a high-fiber diet and avoid sitting for long times without getting up and moving around.
Logically then, you will need to be seeking a cure for hemorrhoids, not just something to give you quick relief from the pain or other problem of the moment.
Contrary to what some of the purveyors of over-the-counter short-term relief products would have you believe, hemorrhoids can be treated, shrunk, healed and gotten rid of. There is no need to buy temporary relief products every week until you die! Unless you just want that “solution”. And why would you want to when you can get long-term, permanent relief by curing your hemorrhoids and getting rid of them?
Short term solutions are just that: only good for the short term. Your real goal should be to healing and curing your hemorrhoids then changing or eliminating what caused them so they don’t come back! Ever!
Disclaimer: Nothing in the above explanations is intended to be or represented to be or should be construed to be any form of medical advice. The information herein has been gleaned from medical journals, news articles in the popular press and other freely-available public sources. It is presented here for informational purposes only. For any medical advice the reader is urged to consult with his or her licensed physician or other medical specialist.
Author – Thomas Praley