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What are different dietary considerations for Piles?

• This is a condition in which veins in the lower rectum and anus have become swollen and inflamed.
• During a bowel movement there is some amount of pressure exerted on this region.
• This is because our veins have the tendency to stretch and swell up.
• The veins in the rectal area begin to bulge.
• They bulge when exposed to such excessive pressure on a regular basis.
• Constipation and certain other digestive disorders are cause for Piles.

Causes for Piles

• Sitting in the toilet for a long period of time but unable to pass stools
• Being overweight or obese
• Engaging in anal intercourse regularly
• Suffering from digestive problems
• The digestive problem includes chronic constipation as well as diarrhea.
• People with Piles are prone to conditions of infections, inflammation, injuries and other similar problems

Diet for Piles

• Digestive problems like constipation or diarrhea can aggravate piles.
• Consume at least 8 to 10 glasses of water each day.
• This will help to facilitate bowel movements and keep the stools soft.
• Hence, in order to prevent Piles it is very important to follow a suitable diet.
Some of the foods that should be included in a diet for Piles:
– Spinach
– Raisins
– Prunes
– Bran and other breakfast cereal
– Vinegar
– Whole grained bread
– Potatoes
– Broccoli
– Brown rice
– Oats
– Oranges
– Beans
– Papaya
– Grains
– Apples
– Nuts
– Peas
– Fiber is the single most important nutritional factor in a diet for piles.
– This helps in adding bulk to stools.
– Fiber also softens them.
– Avoid straining to pass stools.
– Straining worsens Piles.
Increase your consumption of fiber, by eating higher quantities of
– fresh fruits
– vegetables
– grains
– cereals
– beans
Some of the common food items that lead to digestive problems are:
– Spicy food
– Alcoholic beverages
– Caffeinated beverages like coffee and aerated drinks
– White bread
– Pasta
– Bakery items like pastries, cakes and pies.

General Suggestion for Piles

• Getting an adequate amount of exercise each day.
• Exercising for around 30 minutes a day improves overall health.
• This will also enhances bowel movements.
• It also reduces the problem of constipation.
• This in turn reduces the pressure on the veins in the anus.
• Hence it prevents piles.
• Following a healthy discipline lifestyle and routine is important for healthy and regular bowel movements.
• It would be wise to consume four to five smaller meals through the course of the day.
• This helps for better and more efficient digestion.
• Make sure that your last meal of the day is consumed at least two hours before bedtime.
• It is very important to follow a proper schedule for passing stools.
• Use topical creams or medication to control Piles.
• Medications like the development of rashes, inflammation and thinning of the skin.
• Piles that are persistent can lead to severe bleeding.

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