Are Piles and constipation related?

Are Piles and constipation related?

Constipation and piles. We realise that this is not the most exciting or intriguing subject to discuss. However, just because it is not exciting or thrilling enough doesn’t mean it doesn't need to be talked about. Millions of people from around the globe suffer from constipation, which often goes on to create other problems like haemorrhoids, commonly known as piles. So before go ahead and understand the relationship between piles and constipation and how can we deal with them, let’s take a moment to understand what is constipation and piles and what causes them

What is constipation

Constipation is the situation where your body is unable to expel the waste material from your body as it needs to. Now you might feel that a couple of weeks back you had difficulty in….well…expelling wastes from your body while you were sitting on the toilet in the washroom. Now does that mean that you are constipated? The answer is probably no. Having difficulty passing stool once in a while is quite normal. It happens at times due to sudden changes in diet or lifestyle and usually, there’s nothing to worry about. However, if you find yourself facing this situation a bit too often, that is when you should sit up and take notice. 

Now, technically speaking if you have bowel movements less than 3 times a week, it can be termed constipation. However, what is funny is that it is quite personal and varies from person to person. For some going to the washroom 2-3 times a day might be normal while for others they can be going to the washroom to do the “deed” and it is completely normal for them.

What we need to look into is that as long as we don't stray from our regular patterns, there isn’t much to worry about. However, the significant factor that decides whether you suffer from constipation or not is whether you struggle to pass your stool or not. If every time you go to the washroom and it is a struggle for you to do the “deed” and you find the experience rather painful, then in all probability you are suffering from constipation. Other signs that you might be constipated are:
- Your stool is dry and hard.

-  Even after having done the “deed”, you get the feeling that you have not fully emptied your bowels.

As we mentioned, constipation is not a unique health problem. Millions across the globe suffer from constipation. And what most people usually get are bouts of constipation. In other words, it means that just because you have constipation currently doesn’t mean you will have it for the rest of your life. With the proper treatment, it can be dealt with easily. However, for some people, it can become a continuing nuisance leading to something called “chronic constipation” This includes
- Older people
- Some Women during pregnancy and after childbirth

- People having certain neurological or digestive problems
- People not eating enough fibrous food. 

Now, let’s science things up a little. Now, the food that we ingest normally moves through the digestive tract, where nutrients get absorbed. The food that was broken down partially or wasn’t broken down at all moves from the small intestine to the large intestine also known as the colon. Now, the colon absorbs tha water from those food materials rendering it into a solid consistency which we commonly call as stool. Now, if your colon absorbs too much water from the waste making it too hard and dry, thereby making it difficult for you to pass it out, that situation is called, you guessed it right…constipation.

Apart from certain medicines and other bodily conditions, constipation can be a consequence of our unhealthy lifestyles. Not drinking enough water, not eating fibrous food, having too much junk, and not exercising enough, all of these can contribute to the problem of constipation. So if you are someone who is suffering from constipation, you should consult a doctor. Apart from that, you may also want to take a long hard look at your lifestyle and evaluate if something can be changed to make it healthier and better.

Also, consider adding our all-natural Niraama Laxeazy Constipation Relief Powder to your routine which can do wonders to cure your constipation

A combination of Ayurvedic herbs and at-home remedies, this super effective Constipation Relief Powder consists of ingredients like Ajwain, Isabgol, Sanay, and Saunf. The powder acts as a natural laxative, aiding the digestive system by enhancing bowel movement, supporting bulking, and reducing bloating and flatulence while not ruining the probiotic ecosystem of our gut.

How are Piles and constipation related?

Haemorrhoids or piles as they are commonly known are swollen veins and tissues in the lower anus and rectum. This growth can cause significant discomfort and pain to a lot of people. Now piles can be both internal and external.

External piles are those which occur under the skin around your anus region. If you have external piles you may experience symptoms like:

- Itching or irritation in your anal region

- Pain and discomfort

- Any kind of swelling around your anal region

- Bleeding in your anal region

You can also have piles inside your rectum You might not be able to feel them or even if they are there, since there may not be any external discomfort.  However, if you find blood in your stool, there's a good chance that you may have internal piles. 

How can you treat piles?

Having piles is not a pleasant experience. In case of severe cases, you even might have to get surgery to treat your piles. However, before things get that bad, there are a lot of ways to treat piles and make sure they never show their ugly faces ever again. Laxatives have been proven to be a very secure way to treat piles and ease bowel movements. Regular usage of laxatives can be extremely beneficial to get rid of piles without getting under the scissors of a surgeon. 

If you are looking for an effective laxative to deal with your pile woes look no further than Niraama Pileazy Tablets. They are made with the goodness of 8 ayurvedic herbs which are anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and tissue healing agents. The goodness of each herb is extracted to formulate easy-to-consume tablets that help in reducing swelling, itching, burning, pain and discomfort caused due to bleeding and non-bleeding haemorrhoids; and constipation.

So it’s time to say goodbye to piles and constipation and say a big hello to a healthy bowel system

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