What about hemorrhoid cushions? The truth....‏

July 23, 2010
Today, I'm going to go over a method asked a lot about and in particular, it's good for relieving pain temporarily.
 
There are several good methods to relieve hemorrhoids. The one I want to focus on here is that of using a hemorrhoid cushion while sitting down.
 
When we are sitting down, a lot of pressure goes on your bottom and furthermore, gravity causes the blood to stay in that region. What happens is that we forget to stand up sometimes and the pressure simply builds and builds there. If you have had a hemorrhoid flare-up, this can aggravate it because of the excessive and unnatural pressure.
 
One of the easiest ways to avoid this is to stand up and stretch every few moments during the hour. This is great for relieving pressure and also creating a good circulation in the body. After all, hemorrhoids are highly effected the intensity of blood pressure placed there for an extended period of time.
 
A second thing to do is to buy a hemorrhoid cushion, usually in a donut shape that's comfortable which you may sit on and causes the sphincter muscle to feel less force from your body weight.
 
Make sure to try out multiple cushions before deciding which one to get because you'll likely be using it to sit for a long time. You can even go as far as to have a reclining chair which has a built  in donut cushion for maximum relief. Remember you health is number one so do not go cheap on this.
 
Hemorrhoid cushions can be wonders for those who have suffered from piles. Along with a curing system, you can go very smoothly without having to worry. Even during a bowel movement or rectal pressure, you'll feel greatly relieved from the effects of the cushion.
 
In case you were wondering, I use them to this day simply because they feel so great!
 

Are Hemorrhoids Really Genetic? Is there any hope?‏

July 23, 2010
I had an interesting question raised today from Jessica from Vancouver, British Columbia. She has not tried the H Miracle system yet, keep in mind.
 
"I've ask doctors and they all say that some people may just be genetically predisposed to having weaker veins and thus hemorrhoids - is this true? Is there no hope for me?"
 
Ok, I'll say this.... I'm not able to go against what a doctor says but if you wanted my personal opinion, it is this....
 
I think a genetic weakness theory is ABSOLUTELY RID...
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"My Hemorrhoids Are Wonderfully Gone, But...."

July 23, 2010
Clive from Hong Kong recently asked me this question and said I can post it for everyone's benefit:
 
"Holly, my hemorrhoids are gone now, but something is still there. My constipation is sometimes recurring, what can I do about it?"
 
From time to time, I'll get a question like this ... and I know this from experience ... it's normally a sign of a deeper digestive issue.
 
I'm no doctor but I've seen it enough even in my own dad.
 
He had suffered from hemorrhoids, cured them nicely, but the real i...
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Cryotherapy and Hemorrhoids - Does it work?‏

July 15, 2010
I've gotten quite a few questions from people regarding a remedy known as crotherapy.... for example, there are gels and creams on  the market that do cryotherapy ... BUT most of these really work?
 
I've never tried one myself and I'll tell you ... one of my friends Jay L. from Astoria, NY USA has tried it and agrees with the following .... it causes way more problems potentially than it intends to solve.
 
If you don't know already, cryotherapy is the freezing off  of a hemorrhoid. It's usually...
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The Reactive Solution to Hemorrhoids?‏

July 12, 2010
Just the other day, my friend Becky told me an interesting story that I think is important for you to see....
 
She was with her 20-year old son, Harry who was back from his  community college classes for a lunch.
 
Becky knows when her son is hungry ... it's pretty obvious but lately he has strangely lost his appetite. He's normally a healthy guy who loves eating ... but is even refusing his favorite dish by his mom, Spicy and tangy clam chowder on a side of succulent, grilled prawns.
 
Even more...
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One exercise to avoid if you have hemorrhoids

July 11, 2010
The other day, I saw a package at my friend Rick's home. It was one of those extremely popular creams for curing piles. I asked him about it.... He ordered them in bulk too.
 
He said he's been using it for over 8 months!
 
I was completely shocked these things provide no true results for so many people. I talked to him forever about his daily routines....
 
Then he revealed something....
 
He was doing an exercise that you shouldn't do while trying to cure hemorrhoids.
 
You see...
 
Rick is an avid pow...
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How Jerry tried to cure his hemorrhoids?‏

July 11, 2010
Hope you learned from that lesson on what really causes hemorrhoids.
 
Today, I wanted to share a story with you.... it's about my 51-year old friend Jerry.
 
Like many people, he first encountered hemorrhoids in his late 30s, and the PAIN just wouldn't go away. He told me "Holly, I remember when I was sitting at my desk and just couldn't bare it... the pressure made it bleed even when I was just getting up to walk. Too painful!"
 
Finally, he decided to do something about it.
 
He had had enough!
 
He...
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Why we get hemorrhoids and foods to avoid‏

July 9, 2010
Why do we get hemorrhoids in the first place?
 
The common misconception is that we strain a lot and that causes our veins down there to bleed and suddenly, we have enlarged veins that are suddenly hemorrhoids! This straining is from bowel movements normally or can even be from pregnancy in women, too.
 
A lot of people are wondering ..." Did nature just do a blunder here?"
 
After some intensive research both in the world of alternative therapies, I've come to conclude that hemorrhoids are actual...
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Causes of hemorrhoids

July 9, 2010
These are the functional reasons for the causes of hemorrhoids:
  • Increased pressure on the veins around the rectum and anus due to straining at stool, excessive coughing, pregnancy, and childbirth.
  • An inherited weakness of the valves in the veins, which fail to prevent backward flow of the blood. This type of hemorrhoids tend to run in families.

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Complications of hemorrhoids

July 9, 2010
  • Severe bleeding, anaemia. (The walls of these veins are thin and easily rupture and bleed).
  • Infection of the piles.
  • Prolapsed piles (greatly enlarged piles protruding from the anus that cannot be pushed back into the rectum).

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