Home Remedies For Hemorrhoids


Hemorrhoids (also known as piles) are bulging veins in the anus and rectum that cause discomfort, itching, and rectal bleeding. They might be internal or external in type. Internal hemorrhoids are hemorrhoids that are located in the rectum and are not visible or felt. External hemorrhoids are seen on the anus’s outer surface.

Hemorrhoids are quite prevalent. According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, one in every twenty Americans will encounter them at some point. They usually go away on their own after a few weeks, although they can be rather bothersome.

Here are several natural therapies and treatments that might help them be less bothersome.

1. Warm Bath with Epsom Salts

Warm baths can help relieve hemorrhoids’ inflammation. If you can, try a sitz bath (a little plastic tub that fits over a toilet seat and allows you to just submerge the afflicted region) or a bath in a tub.

After each bowel movement, take a 20-minute warm bath or sitz bath. Epsom salt can help relieve discomfort and bring further relief. Epsom salt is a well-known treatment for a variety of ailments. It is used to treat health issues including muscular discomfort and stress. It’s also inexpensive, simple to use, and completely safe when used correctly.