Hemorrhoids can be either internal or external. External haemorrhoids develop outside the anus, but internal haemorrhoids develop within the rectum or anus.
Hemorrhoids can cause difficulty sitting, severe itching and pain. Luckily, haemorrhoids are treatable.
About 50% of people experience haemorrhoids at some point in the life. According to the statistics, both genders are same affected.
Fortunately, there are natural methods for resolving this annoying problem:
- Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera has anti-inflammatory properties, so it can fight inflammation and haemorrhoids.
The Aloe Vera gel will keep the area fresh and clean and will soothe the pain.
- Epsom salt
Combination of glycerin and Epsom salt is an extremely effective treatment for haemorrhoids.
Take a bowl and mix 2 tbsp. of Epsom salt and 2 tbp.glycerin inside. After that, apply the mixture on your haemorrhoids and protect it with a gauze.
Then, leave it to act for up to 20 minutes. You need to repeat the procedure 3-4 times every day until the symptoms are gone.
- Apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is very effective against haemorrhoids. For this purpose, you need to mix equal amounts of ACV and water. After that, soak a cotton ball or pad in the solution and apply it over your haemorrhoids. You should repeat the process until the haemorrhoids are gone.
- Coconut oil
Coconut oil is a great choice for haemorrhoids problem. Just rub a small amount of coconut oil on the haemorrhoids and leave it to act for a couple of minutes. Then, clean it with water. Repeat this several times a day.
- Lemon juice
Lemon juice contains antioxidants, so it can treat haemorrhoid and fight the pain. For this purpose squeeze 2 lemons and soak a cotton pad in the juice. After that apply it to the affected area every 6 hours until the pain is gone.