Piles Cancer

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Hemorrhoids commonly known as Piles is a Disorder than may affect close to 70% of the Indian Population in the age group of 18 to 80 Years.

Although this disease may be so rampant, not many undertake treatment since a) They do not expect it to Piles or any of such associated disorder b) They feel shy to seek diagnosis and resort to home remedies instead.

A Diet high in processed fiber is recommended, since Dietary fiber is the only known substance capable of enlarging your stools. A deficiency of fiber can lead to constipation, hemorrhoids, and elevated levels of cholesterol and sugar in the blood.

Women need 25 grams of fiber per day, and men need 38 grams per day, according to the Institute of Medicine.
Recommended Foods Rich in Fibre may Include:
-Corn: Half a Kernel of Corn contains 2 grams of fibre. Popcorn is also a terrific—and low-calorie—fibre source, with about 3.5 grams of fibre per three-cup serving.
-Rajma: If eaten in the right quantity, It can help in maintaining healthy bowel movements and cleansing the digestive tract. Regular Bowel movements are associated with a lower risk of colon/ rectal cancers.
-Spinach: Spinach is a good source of iron and has a good amount of fibre as well. There are approximately 8 grams of fiber in 250 grams of spinach. Indulging in raw spinach salads or steamed fresh spinach is also advantageous.
Good sources of fiber include: lettuce, dark leafy greens, broccoli, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, potatoes with the skin, asparagus, cabbage, whole wheat pasta, oats, popcorn, nuts, raisins, pears, strawberries, oranges, bananas, blueberries, mangoes, and apples.

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Causes of Piles

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Listed below are some Causes associated with Piles:

Constipation:
People face strain in the toilet because of persistent constipation. When it becomes tougher to eject stool out of the anus, the nerves swell more and even rupture at times. Ruptured Hemorrhoids tend to bleed when the condition worsens. This is accompanied by heightened sensitivity and pain.

Diarrhea:
No stool and excessive stool, both are a reason behind this painful ailment. Diarrhea – i.e., excessive bowel movement also strains the anal muscles.

Sitting too Long:
Sitting on a chair for long hours, like people who work at a desk are more prone to get piles because while we sit for hours at the same place, it puts pressure on your buttocks and hence risks of developing piles also increases.

Standing for Long Hours:
It has been believed that excess off everything is bad and same is the case with piles. Standing for prolonged hours also tends to push blood down to the lower portion of the body, causing swollen veins and arteries and hence, inflamed hemorrhoids.

Lack of a Healthy Diet:
Lack of healthy diet, especially fibrous food, causes constipation and strain during bowel movement. Junk food, excessively spicy food, higher quantities of meat, coupled with lower fluid intake, lead to constipation, which leads to piles.