recommendations for the treatment of hemorrhoids
If your job is sedentary, be sure to maintain physiological lower back flexion. In this position, the main emphasis on the seat is the hips, not the perineum, and the protruding tailbone stretches the pelvic diaphragm.
I also recommend using an orthopedic seat cushion that eliminates pressure on the perineum. Get up and walk regularly to restore the natural tension in your pelvic floor by using your glutes.
Considering the role of the pelvic floor muscles in the etiology and pathogenesis of hemorrhoids, it should be recommended to strengthen them with Kegel exercises. However, with an exacerbation of hemorrhoids, they are contraindicated, since they can increase the pathological tension of the sphincters and infringement of the fallen plexus, which aggravates the outflow of blood from the affected veins.
So I recommend these exercises only in case of complete remission of the disease (the absence of all symptoms) in order to prevent repeated relapses.
Also on the Internet you can find many different exercises, of which I have chosen the most justified in terms of the role of the gluteal muscles and hydrostatic pressure in the pathogenesis of hemorrhoids.
If the disease has continued for several months or years, it will be difficult to restore the tone and elasticity of the damaged vessels without venotonic drugs. In various cultures, for the treatment of vein diseases, citrus zest, horse chestnut fruits were added to food, and the dropped nodes were rubbed with dandelion stalks. Later, it was practiced to obtain tinctures and decoctions from these plants. And finally, in 1936, the future Nobel laureate Szent-Gyorgyi isolated compounds from plants that can restore blood vessels. Today, a whole class of such compounds is known under the general name of flavonoids, which, like some vitamins, are classified as indispensable components of nutrition.
A meta-analysis of 14 randomized trials in 1514 patients showed that flavonoids reduced the risk of bleeding by 67%, pain by 65% and itching by 35%, and also reduced the risk of relapse by 47%. Studies have shown that the use of complexes of various flavonoids is more effective than diosmin monotherapy. It is assumed that this is due to the individual composition of the intestinal microflora, which breaks down the original flavonoids to active metabolites that can be absorbed into the blood.Поділитися цим: