Don’t let hemorrhoid pain and discomfort slow you down!
Tired of the burning, itching and discomfort of hemorrhoids? Good news—help is here! In their new guide, “Healing Hemorrhoids,” Harvard Medical School doctors give you exactly the information you need to prevent and treat hemorrhoids.
Packed with the latest medical insights, this report explains in easy-to-understand English what hemorrhoids are and how you can beat them. You’ll learn:
What really happens when you get hemorrhoids. “Healing Hemorrhoids” answers all the questions you might be too embarrassed to ask—what are hemorrhoids? Why do they occur? Who is more likely to get them? When should you see a doctor?
The #1 secret to preventing hemorrhoids—preventing constipation. The single best way to avoid hemorrhoids is to avoid constipation. You’ll learn how you can stay regular—for example, by drinking more water, eating fiber-rich foods, exercising regularly, and “training” your bowels for regularity.
How to fight constipation with over-the-counter and prescription remedies. Sometimes your bowels need a little help. With the guide’s overview of stool softeners, laxatives, enemas, prescription medicines, and other means of reducing constipation, you’ll know all your options for keeping your bowels clear and avoiding hemorrhoids.
Easy lifestyle changes that keep hemorrhoids at bay. You also get tips on a few simple lifestyle changes that can make a big difference, like elevating your feet when using the toilet, keeping the anal area clean, and using soft cushions when sitting.
The most up-to-date treatments for hemorrhoids. There are a range of treatments for hemorrhoids, from easy self-help remedies like sitz baths to office-based procedures to surgery. The guide explains all your options, so you can make more informed decisions.
If you’re ready to put your hemorrhoids behind you (no pun intended!), you need “Healing Hemorrhoids.”
The Harvard Medical School Guide, “Healing Hemorrhoids,” includes: