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Piles and Haemorrhoids
Piles
Pain
Bleeding
Perianal prolapse
What are Haemorrhoids?
Why is blood from Haemorrhoids bright red?
Is it from varicose veins?

There are not many who can claim to have been free from the occasional episode of rectal bleeding, inflammation and swelling, anal pain and prolapse.
All these conditions are associated with the act of defecation, which all human beings carry out on numerous occasions every day.
It’s no wonder that we experience these anal symptoms more often than any other physical ailment.
Strangely though, most people appear to suffer silently or resort to self medication due to embarrassment about the “private” nature of the subject.
The condition we call Haemorrhoids or Piles often results in the symptoms we experience and we often bundle all or any of the symptoms into the category of Haemorrhoids or piles.
One of these symptoms is rectal bleeding. This symptom can be due to very minor anal trauma but can also be due to rectal tumours, polyps and cancer and should be reported to your doctor as soon as possible to eliminate any sinister underlying possibilities.

 

 

 

How to heal and prevent Bowel disorders

Diet is not about what you should NOT eat, it’s about what you should include in the diet that matters.
As long as your diet includes the correct balance of plant foods containing soluble fibre, insoluble fibre and resistant starch your colon will produce the perfectly formed stool. The important next step is to evacuate this stool without straining so that the body does not suffer from the pressures created each time the bowel is emptied.

In order to heal and prevent bowel disorders you need to make lifestyle changes that last the rest of your life time.

1. Include more fluids and plant food containing soluble fibre, insoluble fibre and resistant starch in the diet so that the perfectly formed stool will be made in the colon and beneficial bacteria will flourish and eliminate disease causing bacteria and fungi.

2. Evacuate the perfectly formed stool by adopting the squat posture to eliminate the need to strain during bowel movements.

It is not possible or safe to squat on the modern raised toilet seat installed in all western homes and it is impossible to squat for any length of time if you have not done this from childhood onwards. This makes the use of any raised platforms impossible to adapt to.

The SquattLooStool is designed to allow you to adopt the squat posture while seated comfortably on your raised toilet seat.
The single best and easiest lifestyle change you will ever make, leading to a healthier body.