Hemorrhoids and Gas

Do you also suffer from excessive gas in addition to hemorrhoids? If you do, this may be the most important online page on HemorrhoidsCure.com for you to read.  Flatulence is actually curable in most cases.  Most of the remedies are natural so you won’t have to spend a lot of money trying treat it as long as you know what is actually causing the flatulence in the first place.

Flatulence triggers are categorized as hidden triggers because often, people are unaware that their own diet and lifestyle directly cause the condition that they dislike the most.

The gas that people pass when they break wind or belch is actually produced by the body when it digests the food and beverages that you eat and drink every day. In short, the gas that you expel is a natural by-product of digestive processes.

It is normal for a person to break wind up to fourteen times per day. This is very normal, and if your own frequency falls within this range or lower, you are not flatulent at all. However, if you break wind thirty to forty times per day, then that is the time to start thinking about visiting your physician so you can be examined by a healthcare professional.

If your flatulence is accompanied by symptoms like bloody stool or extreme abdominal pain, skip the doctor’s visit – have someone drive you to an emergency room. Appendicitis and other severe conditions start with such symptoms. The presence of pain around the abdominal area is sufficient grounds for having yourself checked out in an emergency room.

Now, it is also possible that you don’t have any severe health conditions and that your flatulence is merely caused by a spastic colon or because you are swallowing air (among other possible reasons). Swallowed air is the most common cause of flatulence and is often caused by talking too fast, or because you are always rushing during mealtimes.

Try slowing things down and you will see a marked improvement in your flatulence. When a person swallows air, the only way to expel that air is through belching/burping. If you don’t burp out the air, it is going to end up in your intestines (which is much farther and deeper into the digestive tract than the stomach) and eventually, you will have to expel it through the anus. As you can see, any measure of gas or air inside the bowels will eventually find its way out.

HemorrhoidsCure.com readers should realize that the human body naturally produces gas when it digests the food that you eat. This is to be expected – it is a completely normal bodily process and you should not worry at all that you have some amount of gas in your belly at any one time. However, it is not normal for anyone to experience tenderness and pain during bowel movements.

These associated symptoms may mean that you need to change some aspects of your lifestyle or diet. Be prepared to make some changes based on your own analysis of your lifestyle and diet. Even using simple trial and error you will be able rid yourself of flatulence for good.