Tell me the treatment for piles through yoga

(November 10, 2010)

Hemorrhoids, also known as piles, is a very common condition that will affect a large number of people over the course of their lifetimes. While some are fortunate enough to experience this only once in a while, others are not so lucky and suffer from chronic cases of the condition. Essentially, piles is the inflammation of the veins located around the rectum or anus and may protrude externally, in which case they are known as external hemorrhoids, or may develop internally, known as internal hemorrhoids. In most cases, the condition will first develop as an internal hemorrhoid before being able to force its way out of the anus. Suffering from piles can have a substantial effect on an individual’s lifestyle including when it comes to performing certain functions like sitting or bowel movements. Studies have shown that the condition can occur and affect an individual at any time, but seem to be more common amongst pregnant women and as a result of aging. Some of the more common symptoms of the condition include the presence of a small amount of blood in the stool as well as rectal itching and incomplete bowel movements. Because of the fact that the condition is a rather common one, there are a number of effective treatments for piles that have been developed and perfected all over the world.  
The treatment for piles will always depend on the underlying cause, and more often than not faulty diets that lack in fiber are responsible. Treatment for piles in these cases would require dietary modifications. In most cases simply making changes to your diet and sticking to them can help get rid of piles. Yoga for piles treatment is also an increasingly popular treatment option and yogic asanas such as the savagna asana and the matsya asana are considered to be especially effective. To practice the sarvagna asana treatment for piles, all you need to do is lie on your back while keeping your feet together and letting your hands rest by your side before applying some pressure on the hands and raising your legs to an angle of 90 degrees. Raise your spine to approximately the same angle and hold it for about 10 seconds before lowering it back to the ground and repeating the practice regularly. The mtsya asana treatment for piles will call for you to lie on your back with your hands at your side and raise your chest. Maintain this position for a period of about 30 seconds and then release. There are also a number of very effective home remedies for piles as well as other treatments for hemorrhoids that you can look up on various sources such as the internet and your local bookstore.

Submitted by A on November 10, 2010 at 05:49

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