It’s like that old song says… you gotta move, move, move around and around, you can’t sit down! You can’t sit down!
But it’s not the music that’s keeping you jumping.
It’s something nearly EVERYONE has at some point. But almost NO ONE wants to talk about.
Yes, friend, it’s another battle with hemorrhoids. And the latest numbers show how there are a LOT of people who can’t sit down.
Americans spend more than $2 million A DAY – $770 million a year – on medical visits, doctor care, and prescription medications related to hemorrhoids.
That number DOESN’T include the amount spent on surgery. And it DOESN’T include treatments people find on their own, because they’re too shy to ask a doctor.
Throw all that into the mix, and it’s easily a billion-dollar industry or more!
But you don’t have to spend big bucks to get relief. And in many cases, you may not even need an embarrassing conversation about your hemorrhoids with a doctor.
There are ways to get REAL and LASTING comfort on your own… at home… right now.
And they cost just pennies.
Top 3 “no drugs-no surgery” hemorrhoid cures
It’s time to start taking a seat when YOU want to… and WITHOUT pain.
Following are the three TOP “no drugs-no surgery” solutions for your horrible hemorrhoids.
This simple and time-tested home remedy is also backed by science. Research has shown the tannins in this inexpensive treatment can ease swelling and cool the burning, itching sensation that makes hemorrhoids so miserable.
Apply a little via a cotton ball and (gently) dab it where it hurts.
Spicy foods may sound like a recipe for misery with hemorrhoids, but a 2006 study found hot peppers do NOT make them worse. Other studies find cayenne can strengthen and restore blood vessels… including the one popping out “down there.”
Either add cayenne to your food or take as a supplement (just don’t apply directly or you really won’t be able to sit down for a few minutes).
How crazy is that? The ground is literally littered with these things in some places – and locked inside each little horse chestnut is a compound called aescin that can help repair and restore damaged veins, including both hemorrhoids and varicose veins. But don’t eat the stuff on the ground at the park. Be sure to get a quality supplement instead.
Since horse chestnut is also a natural blood thinner, speak to a doc before trying it to make sure it doesn’t interfere with any meds you might be taking.
Once the ’roid is under control, you can finally sit down again. Unless, of course, you see the rest of the gang a-grooving and want to get your bottom moving.
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