Quick Effective and simple remedies to deal with piles!

Piles are also called as hemorrhoids which is usually caused due to imbalance in all three doshas.

What is piles?

– It is a painful condition where it starts from severe constipation (Hard stools).

– After constipation, it becomes difficult for the patient to pass stools totally.

– It causes bleeding while passing the stool which might lead to anemia in many people.

– It might cause burning sensation as well.

– Severe weight loss and weakness is also seen.

What causes piles?

– Excess intake of spicy food.

– Excess alcohol intake.

– Fasting

– Climatic change (Extreme hot climate)

– Horse riding, excessive two-wheeler riding

What are the clinical symptoms of piles?

– Constipation

– Dryness of anus

– Tiredness in legs

– Severe anemia

– Regurgitation

– Painful stools

– Reduced quantity of stools

What are the home remedies to deal with piles?

  1. 1 tsp of haritaki + 1 tsp of jaggery consume before food in three meals.
  2. 1 tsp of triphala with buttermilk.
  3. 150 ml cumin water twice a day.
  4. Take 1 tsp of ginger paste + 10 mint leaves + 2 tsp of lemon juice + 1 tsp of honey and consume it 2 times a day.
  5. 3 ml of aloe vera + 150 of water immediately after waking up.
  6. 1 glass of spinach juice every day.
  7. Dry mango seeds and make a powder. Take 1 tsp of powder twice a day.
  8. Apply sesame oil on the piles area.

What precautions needs to be taken for a patient suffering from piles?

– Avoid sitting on hard surface.

– Avoid sitting in the toilets for longer period of time.

– Avoid taking high caffeine beverages.

– Avoid spicy foods.

Herbs to deal with piles :-

– Sesame

– Haritaki

– Trivrit

– Aragwadha

– Amalaki

– Mulaka

– Draksha

Yogasanas to deal with piles:-

(1) Pavanmukhtasana

– Lie on your back. Keep your body aligned.

– Keep your feet together and bring it closer to your stomach.

– Take a deep breath and hold that position.

– Inhale and exhale properly while you are doing the asana

(2) Bhujangasana

– Lie on the floor on your stomach.

– Touch your forehead on the floor.

– Keep your feet together.

– Keep your hands near yourself.

– Lift your forehead upwards without moving your back.

– Inhale and exhale during this workout.

(3) Vajrasana

– Sit on the floor.

– Fold your legs.

– Let your heel touch your butt.

– Put your hands on your thighs.

– Hold yourself in this position.

– Inhale and exhale.

(4) Sarvangasana

– Lie down on the floor with your stomach touching the ground.

– Raise your legs and bring it to right angle position

– Raise your back portion up to attain proper position.

– If you want, you can place your hands on your back for support.

(5) Matsyasana

– Lie on your back.

– Bend your knees and keep your feets on the floor while doing this.

– Lift your back up, place your palms below your back.

– Hold yourself for 10 counts inhaling and exhaling.

(6) Halasana

– Lie on your back, with your arms beside your thighs.

– Inhale and lift your core and push your legs towards your head in a 90-degree angle.

– Hold yourself as much as you can.

– Inhale and exhale

(7) Suryanamaskar

– This is a salutation pose which is a combination of many different poses.

– Start with cobra pose and gradually go ahead.

– Do 10 rounds of suryanamaskar every day to stay fit and get rid of piles!


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Dr. Trishala Chopra

With varied degrees, Trishala Chopra gets a complete hold in her subject! She is currently pursuing her doctorate in the field of alternative therapies and her diploma in sports nutrition. Her knowledge in the field of naturopathy,yoga, ayurveda, clinical nutrition, nutraceuticals makes her a complete package of knowledge!

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