5 Natural Remedies that will help you cure hemorrhoids quickly


Also known as “Piles,” hemorrhoids affects many people in the society. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, at least 23 million (12.8%) people in the US are affected by this condition. It is symbolic with swollen and itchy veins around the anal region, and can be caused by poor nutrition, continuous bouts of constipation, exerting too much pressure during bowel movement, or because of a pregnancy. But you dont have to suffer for weeks or months!
The following are some of the natural ways of treating hemorrhoids, that can have a positive effect in only a few days

1. Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar is a common way of treating hemorrhoids efficiently . The compound is rich in antioxidants which help combat any inflammation that occurs within the region. A clean cotton ball is soaked in pure apple cider vinegar and applied on the affected region. It may cause some stinging sensation for the first few minutes but wears out eventually. In addition to minimizing the swelling, the natural remedy also stops any bleeding.

2. Hydration

Due to the swelling and irritation, the nerves, tissues and veins around the anal region become quite sensitive. Overly dry skin is also prone to cracking and getting inflamed, and using dry tissue or too much force may worsen the situation. This can be avoided by using a wet tissue which also helps ink ensuring the area is properly hydrated. NB: It crucial to ensure the tissue is free from any scents, colors or medicating agents.

3. Aloe Vera 

Aloe Vera is one of the common and most effective natural treatments for hemorrhoids. The compound contains anti-inflammatory agents that help soothe and heal the swollen and itchy veins. It works by relieving pain, combating the inflammation causing substances and also hydrates the veins. The gel from the aloe Vera leaves is applied on the target region. For more relief, it may be combined with other natural oils such as eucalyptus, tea tree and olive oil.

4. Soaking 

The affected area may have developed cracks due to dryness, or bleeds because of the minute scratches. Allowing this to continue may lead to an infection. Soaking in warm water for approximately 15 minutes helps soothe the blood veins, moisturizes the region and brings instant relief. The area should be wiped gently with a wet towel after soaking. NB: Hot water has damaging effects and can cause more irritation or injuries to any open wounds.

5. Cold Compress 

A cold compress helps to relieve the pain and itching and also reduces the size of the hemorrhoids. In addition to bringing quick relief, it makes passing of tool easier due to the widened opening. Some ice is placed inside a clean cloth and lightly pressed on the affected region. It’s crucial to hold it in place for some time to allow the veins to shrink and also numb the area.


The above are some of the effective ways of dealing with hemorrhoids. The healing process may be hastened by following a healthy diet, not holding in stool, not using too much effort during the bowel movement, and wearing comfortable clothing. It is also beneficial to drink lots of water as this helps improve hydration and stops the area from drying too much.


Ron Yahaloms