Piles Ayurvedic Treatment in Ghaziabad Delhi Noida India

What are Piles?

Piles, also known as Hemorrhoids, are a condition wherein the tissues get collected in the anal area accompanied with swelling, soreness, itching and inflammation. Piles are usually small and round lumps which can be of varying sizes and may occur in internal or external opening of anus. Internal piles are more common and can be located inside 2-4 cm around the rectal opening, whereas, external piles can be felt hanging outside the edge of anus.

What are the Causes of Piles?

  • Sitting for longer period of time, especially on toilet seat
  • Putting strain while passing stool
  • Condition of chronic constipation or diarrhea
  • Pregnancy or strain while giving birth
  • Anal Intercourse
  • Obesity or being overweight
  • Family history of piles
  • Improper unhealthy diet rich of oil grease and spices with zero nutritive value.

What are the different Types of Piles?

Piles are majorly distinguished in two types as below:

Bleeding Piles

Internal piles are found inside the rectum area and can be felt if protruded outside. These are of more pinkish in color and bleeding from rectum may signify their presence as in most of the cases bleeding is the only sign, therefore they are also commonly known as Bleeding Piles. They do not hurt much as less pain sensing nerves are found in the anal area; however, harsh rubbing with cloth, itching, passing hard stool or sitting for long time may hurt and cause pain. It is necessary to get the ayurvedic treatment for bleeding piles as blood loss can bring the condition of anemia, physical weakness, loss of body weight and dizziness.

Non-Bleeding Piles

lso known as External Piles or Dry Piles, these are the swollen collection of tissues found outside and nearby the anal area. These can be felt if touched and may accompany with pain and discomfort. Condition of extreme pain with blood clots in the piles is known as thrombosis, which can change its color to purple or blue. However Dry Piles are usually not serious and can go away by themselves. In cases when piles bring extreme pain can be removed with ayurvedic treatment or surgery.

What are the Symptoms of Piles?

Some of the symptoms of Piles are as follows:

Best Ayurvedic Treatment for Piles by Sanjivani Ayurvedashram- The Ultimate Healing Center in India

According to Ayurveda piles are termed as “Arsh” which stands for “an Enemy” signifying the ill effects of piles on human body. Sanjivani Ayurvedashram after research of decades has brought you 100% herbal and GMP certified treatment to cure piles completely without any surgery.

As it is widely known that the condition of piles can easily recur, therefore it is very important to cure it from the root cause, which is possible with ayurvedic medicines. The herbs in medication such as haritaki, haridra, trikatu, triphala, choti harar, amlaki, pippali, jimikand, aloevera, and nagkesar consists of medicinal properties which reduces swelling, soothes the pain and discomfort, stops bleeding, arrest the blood flow in piles and allows them to shrink and ultimately removes them. It also improves digestive system and brings relief from chronic constipation and diarrhea.

Panchkarma is another form of treatment offered by Sanjivani which gives promising results to eradicate hemorrhoids completely, removes all the accumulated toxins from the body and ultimately saves you from any kind of surgery.

All forms of treatment by us are free from chemicals, metals, additives, preservatives and are authentic, effective and natural without any side effects.

How to Prevent Piles?

It is very necessary to keep a check on your diet in order to keep your stool soft making it easier to pass and prevent occurrence of piles. Your diet also plays a vital role in keeping you constipation or diarrhea free. It is advisable to include fiber rich fruits and vegetables, wholegrain cereals, nuts, beans and pulses in your diet which are easily digestible and improves functioning of digestive system. Drink plenty of water throughout the day and avoid intake of caffeine, alcohol and smoking cigarettes.

Practice regular exercise for at least half an hour, keep moving in between if you are required to sit for longer periods, avoid straining while passing stool and avoid sitting for longer time on toilet seat.

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