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Beneficial and Comfortable Self-Treatment of Hemorrhoids is Easy




By Pippin Lowe

Hemorrhoids is the chronic health problem few people want to talk about. And yet, by the age of 50 nearly 50 percent of the adult population has suffered from them. Technically speaking hemorrhoids are varicose veins of the anal region. And though our lifestyle of improper eating habits, having difficult bowel movements, and pregnancy can be a major cause of hemorrhoids, it isn't the whole story. Much of the inflamed veins can be attributed to the bodies design.

Unlike other veins in the body which has a check valve system that keeps blood always flowing toward the heart, the delicate veins in the anus area has no such system in place. So, when a person lifts something too heavy, strains when having a bowel movement, or even coughs the pressure of such action can cause the blood to compress into these fragile veins. This traps excessive blood in the area which inflates the veins. The swelling of these veins causes the pain, itching and bleeding associated with hemorrhoids.

There are a number of things a person can do to help prevent hemorrhoids. Eating bran while drinking lots of liquids, especially water, can create softer stools which alleviates difficult bowel movements. Drinking water with the bran is crucial as dry bran in the system will only cause a further blockage in the intestines. There are various other home remedies which may, or may not help. Things such as applying witch hazel to the area, taking daily comfrey sitz baths, and using cottage cheese poultices. All of these probably do help with swelling, but do little to bring blood to the area to promote healing.

The Delwa-Star H Eco is a thermo therapy device which causes blood to flow to the affected area promoting healing, and restoring the natural flow of blood throughout the area. The pulsating warmth of the suppository shaped probe is applied by inserting it into the rectum for a duration of 20 minutes per treatment. In two FDA submitted studies it was reported that 98% of patients had positive results while using the Delwa-Star H Eco. The Delwa-Star H Eco is the best home remedy product for hemorrhoid treatment available. It is safe, easy to use, comfortable to apply and has no side effects. The Delwa-Star H Eco has been FDA cleared for using in hemorrhoid treatment. People suffering from anal bleeding should consult a physician. Though it often is caused by a rupture of the bloated blood vessel it may also be a tumor which is in need of immediate professional care.
 
 
About the Author
Pippin Lowe is the technical writer for Promolife. Promolife is a company that promotes a healthier lifestyle through a variety of holistice applications. More information about the Delwa-Star H Eco can be found on the website at http://www.promolife.com.

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