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The helpful exercises for preventing and managing hemorrhoids are Kegel pelvic muscles
Kegel exercises were developed in the 1940's by Dr. Arnold Kegel to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor.
Pelvic floor refers to muscles that support the bladder, bowel in men and the vagina in women.
In regard to hemorrhoids, these exercises are beneficial for both men and women.
Benefits from doing Kegel exercises:
The exercises help prevent hemorrhoids by increasing the
blood flow to anal region thus improving blood circulation. The bad blood circulation
is a major cause for developing hemorrhoids.
The exercises help strengthen anal muscles.
Therefore, the anal muscles will provide good support for internal hemorrhoids thus
preventing the existing hemorrhoids from enlargement or protruding and developing new piles
They can strengthen the pelvic-floor muscles, which
support the uterus thus preventing leakage of urine.
Kegels may increase your sexual satisfaction by
increasing the blood flow to genitals.
Kegels exercises help men to achieve strong erections
and control premature ejaculation and women to have a stronger orgasm.
The exercises are helpful for treating prostate pain and swelling resulting from prostatitis in
You may exercise everywhere, without being
noticed-at work, at home, during commute.
Which muscle is a pelvic floor muscle?
The muscle you use to stop the flow, while
you are urinating, is the pelvic floor muscle. If you want to feel your pelvic muscle try to stop the flow while
you urinating. But don’t do this try regularly. Otherwise you may develop an infection because of not
emptying your bladder completely.
How to do your pelvic floor exercises to improve your hemorrhoidal
condition and to prevent hemorrhoids from flaring up?
Simply contract the anal muscle and hold that
contraction for the count of three. Do not tight to the point of pain, especially if you already have flared
up hemorrhoids. Slowly release and relax.
Repeat the tightening and release slowly five times, if you
can. Now you have done a set of kegel exercises. Gradually increase the number of repetitions in the set, without
overloading your pelvic floor and anal muscles.
Repeat a set of your kegel exercises
three or four times a day. Gradually increase the strength of the muscle contraction. Avoid tightening your pelvic muscles quickly and afterwards relaxing
them. You should exercise the pelvic floor muscles by holding them tight, not just pulling them up quickly
and relaxing them straight away.
Another more specialized complex of exercises for
Medical specialists have developed a set of exercises for hemorrhoids concerning the abdominal,
buttock and anal areas, which helps optimize blood flow in the anorectal region.
The blood congestion in this region is the main cause for hemorrhoids flare up.
Some of the exercises are based on kegel exersises as well.
These exercises are especially useful for people doing sedentary work, for example sitting at the
computer or not moving for a hour.
In this case, it is recommended to take at least a 5-minute breaks every 1 hour to go for a walk , and even better
to do light exercises.
Some of described below exercises could be done in your office or while travelling.
Perform them 2 times a day for 10-15 minutes.
These exercises should be done when your hemorrhoids are not flared up!
The smooth contraction and relaxation of the muscles of buttock and anus in the standing
position with crossed legs:
Gradually contract for 10s and then relax slowly anal and buttock muscles while standing with
your legs crossed
The same exercise performed while sitting on a chair:
Sit on a chair, on the exhale begin to contract gradually the anal muscles for 10s , then relax them
slowly for 10s. Repeat this exercise 10 times.