Anti Inflammatory For Hemorrhoids

charles coleman
Written by Charles Coleman, MD on May 5, 2022

If you suffer from hemorrhoids, you've probably heard of the topical application of Lidocaine, corticosteroids, and witch hazel. These methods have all been effective in the past. However, there are many more options. Lidocaine and Corticosteroids aren't suitable for everyone. You can also try Aloe vera, Witch hazel, and Witch hazel.

1. Corticosteroids

A corticosteroid is used as an anti-inflammatory to treat hemorrhoids. Typical steroids are hydrocortisone, prednisolone, and fluocortolone. They are effective for reducing the swelling, pain, and itching associated with hemorrhoids. Some of these preparations contain a local anaesthetic and are available only on prescription.

The body releases anti-inflammatory steroids in response to stress or infection. These hormones act on DNA in the cell and block the release of arachidonic acid, a compound required for an inflammatory response. The body also releases toxins in response to infection or injury, which cause further inflammation. Corticosteroids prevent tissue damage by constricting capillaries and reducing swelling and pain.

2. Lidocaine

If you suffer from persistent or recurrent hemorrhoids, you may want to consider Lidocaine as an anti-inflammatory for your condition. Lidocaine is an anti-inflammatory and is often used in conjunction with other treatments, including surgery. If your hemorrhoid pain is a result of a more serious condition, you may want to consult a medical professional. Fortunately, these treatments are effective and often do not involve surgery.

Preparation H Rapid Relief with Lidocaine temporarily numbs external hemorrhoids and reduces their swelling. Medicated Wipes are also helpful before applying the Lidocaine cream. Preparation H also contains phenylephrine, which helps reduce the itchiness and burning associated with hemorrhoids. Thena Sitz Bath Soak is another effective treatment for hemorrhoids and is a great alternative to surgery.

3. Witch hazel

Many hemorrhoid remedies contain witch hazel, a plant extract. Witch hazel is an anti-inflammatory and is often used as a facial toner. Apply it to the hemorrhoid area to reduce inflammation and pain. Other remedies include coconut oil and vitamin E. Mix a tablespoon of both to the affected area and soak for 30 minutes. Repeat the process three times daily.

There are many different forms of witch hazel available over the counter. Most drug stores carry witch hazel near the peroxide. While many of these contain alcohol, some are too harsh for sensitive hemorrhoids. To apply witch hazel directly to the affected area, warm the solution over a stove or microwave until it reaches a room temperature. Apply the compress to the affected area several times a day for about 10 minutes at a time. It can take one to two weeks for the hemorrhoid to heal.

4. Aloe vera

There are numerous benefits of using Aloe Vera as an anti inflammatory for hemorroids. Aloe is naturally anti-inflammatory and soothes the skin. Aloe gel is applied to hemorrhoids, and the soothing anti-inflammatory properties of Aloe can also help with constipation, which often goes hand-in-hand with hemorrhoids.

Another excellent remedy for hemorrhoids is to soak in Epsom salt. Epsom salt can relieve pain and swelling. Over time, this can help the hemorrhoids disappear completely. To use the salt, soak your foot in the tub. Applying the solution to the affected area can reduce the hemorrhoid size and itch. It can even fade away completely.

5. Chamomile tea

In addition to the aforementioned benefits, chamomile is also a natural anti-inflammatory, making it a suitable herbal treatment for hemorrhoids. This herb can be used to make a tea, and it is recommended to take two cups per day. Besides the tea, you can also prepare an herbal tincture of the herb and use it topically.

Another essential oil that is effective for hemorrhoids is tea tree oil. This oil helps to reduce the swelling and pain associated with hemorrhoids. It is often used to treat acne blemishes. This oil can be applied to the affected area with a cotton ball or swab. Hemorrhoids are caused by a variety of factors, including constipation, straining, and weight gain.

6. Tea tree oil

The natural antiseptic properties of tea tree oil have helped reduce inflammation and relieve the pain associated with hemorrhoids. As an antiseptic, tea tree oil works to constrict blood vessels and remove dryness from the skin. It also reduces pain and swelling, which are common hemorrhoid symptoms. Studies have shown that tea tree oil can prevent hemorrhoids and decrease inflammation and bleeding. It is important to note that you should never take tea tree oil orally - they can have adverse effects on your health.

Though safe for the general public, tea tree oil should only be used in moderation. While it is considered safe to use, it is not recommended for children and may cause skin irritation if applied undiluted. For maximum benefit, always dilute tea tree oil before applying it to the skin. Although it may be an effective treatment for hemorrhoids, it should be used in moderation.

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