Does Hem Relief Approach Work?
Hemorrhoids, also known as piles is derived from the Latin word pila which means a ball, due to the round shape of this painful mass that protrudes in the anus. In the human anatomy, the rectum is last section of the large intestine, which ends in the ring shaped anus.
Hemorrhoids are swollen blood vessels in and around the anus or lower rectum. Piles are very similar to varicose veins in the legs. It is hard to move the bowel when your lower rectum is swelling and under pressure. Piles may occur inside the rectum (internal) or under the skin around the anus (external).
In most cases, the symptoms of hemorrhoids will only last a few days. Not everyone with piles will experience all the symptoms at once. Its common symptoms are usually itching, rectal pain and bleeding, anal fissures and irritation. External hemorrhoids are painful and of its symptoms are having anal abscesses or a hard lump around the anus. Internal hemorrhoids are usually not painful unless they become thrombosed. One of common symptoms is having a bright red blood covering the stool. In time, piles may protrude through the anus.
There are many factors that may lead to the formation of haemorrhoids like irregular bowel habits (constipation or diarrhea), exercise, nutrition (low-fiber diet), increased intra-abdominal pressure (prolonged straining), pregnancy (pressure from the fetus on the abdomen and hormonal changes cause the hemorrhoidal vessels to enlarge), obesity to name a few.
Many natural supplements are available that promise relief from the symptoms of haemorrhoids. One of these is Hem-Relief, a hemorrhoid treatment that claims to treat the condition of hemorrhoids from the problem at its source. This remedy is in the form of capsules that contain a proprietary formula of all natural ingredients said to treat the damaged vascular tissue of both external and internal haemorrhoids and get rid of all the symptoms. Hem relief's three ingredients, witch hazel leaf, horse chestnut leaf and ginger root, are designed to work together to help relieve the symptoms of piles.
Hem Relief may give an immediate relief; but all natural supplements may not be a permanent cure for hemorrhoids. Piles can return even if taking supplements especially if the changes encountered don't fit your diet and lifestyle.
It is effective for 48-72 hours. It stops the pain, swelling, bleeding and other piles symptoms however, this may depend on severity of the symptoms. Some users may need additional days to feel the improvements. Based on product label, each herbal medicine per ingredient appears to have more milligrams as compared to other hemorrhoid products. It is safe and is manufactured in an FDA registered facility.
Hem relief, though, has some disadvantages. To achieve the desired results, one must take 3 or 4 capsules 3 times daily and some people do not like taking too many capsules in the course of one day. It may take several days longer to ease the pain. The product must be taken moderately. Ginger may increase bleeding. Not recommended for pregnant and lactating women for long term use. Some people may experience gastrointestinal distress when taking horse chestnut. Witch hazel may cause stomach pain. Be cautious not to take the supplements in combination with drugs or herbs containing alkaloids, as it may interfere with absorption.
Hemorrhoids usually are not dangerous as it can be treated by effective remedies and can be prevented in most cases. Medical treatment of piles initially is aimed at relieving symptoms. To reduce some symptoms, at home you may try by sitting in a warm tub or having a warm bath, place ice packs (to help reduce swelling) at the anal area several times daily and usage of a hemorrhoidal cream. Increasing fiber and fluids in the diet will help make softer stool.
Once symptoms occur, pay a visit to a licensed doctor to diagnose it and apply proper medical assistance.
Hem Relief may be a cure to hemorrhoids, but it is always best to consult your physician before taking any supplements and medications.
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