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Cause of Hemorrhoids - Genetics Or Lifestyle?

Like many diseases, the chances of you getting a pimple are genetic. In other words, if your immediate family member has a condition, you are more likely to have it then someone whose family has no history of it.

But although hemorrhoids have genetic components, most of their incidents can be traced back to one thing, straining the intestinal muscles. Most of the time it is repelling due to constipation. The stool is hardened and, as a result, it is harder for the intestinal muscles to push through. As a result, to eliminate waste, you have to be threatened. If done too long, hemorrhoids will almost certainly appear.

There are other things that can cause stress or tension in the gut. One is obesity, which is why many obese people are more prone to conditions than normal weight. People who are obese who have fatty clots pressing on their abdominal cavity are forced to exert more pressure when they have bowel movements. Pressure, like constipation, will cause internal and external hemorrhoids to be seen in the intestines and near the anus.

It takes a lot of strain to produce hemorrhoids for the first time which is why many people are shocked when they first get it. Unfortunately, the next event was triggered with less and less stress. This is because, during this time, rectal veins have been stretched and piles have been created. It takes a bit of effort to trigger the hemorrhoids that have already been generated from producing hemorrhoids in the first place.

So the best chance to prevent future occurrences of this condition is, as much as possible, to avoid activities that put undue pressure on the gut. Aside from constipation and obesity, it includes things like sitting for too long, standing up for too long, and lifting weights incorrectly.

However, a condition that produces pressure on the rectum is difficult to avoid. And, that's a pregnancy. Like all other causes, when the fetus begins to grow it produces pressure and implants in the intestines - a perfect condition for the development of hemorrhoids. Fortunately, in most cases, the hemorrhoids caused by pregnancy disappear when the child is born. Because rectal veins have been stretched, however, mothers are still at high risk for future relapses from the general population.

Although genetics is a component of this condition, it is not the most important component. Choosing the right lifestyle can eliminate the possibility of hemorrhoids.


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