Your goal is to heal your body without resorting to surgery. This list is designed to give you practical ideas, entirely natural that you can easily adopt to help your body heal your anal fissure as quickly as possible. They are not in any particular order, but they are all very important to put you on the road to recovery.
1. Drink plenty of water reduces the development of anal fissure.
Eh yes!! Drinking water is really something simple and can make a difference in your overall health. Water helps transport nutrients to the cells of your body as it removes toxins from vital organs of your body. The most common approach to determine the amount of water to be consumed each day is called “Rule 8 × 8”. That is to say, he must drink at least 8 ounces (24 cl ) of water 8 times a day. I can not stress enough how important it is for you to drink every day a lot of water, so if you do nothing else on this list, please make -you at least drink lots of water. The way I’m sure I’ve reached my 64 ounces (about 2L) of water a day was to use a filtered water bottle. It contains 20 cl water, then I recommend to fill at least 3 times a day to achieve my goal of water daily. I thought if I drank a bottle for breakfast, a bottle for lunch and a bottle dinner, I could answer my water intake for the day.
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2. Keep your body clean.
I know it sounds simple, and it’s something we should do every day, but I, estimated that it should be included in this list. If your anal fissure is infected, you will probably end up having surgery to correct the problem. Thus, to avoid this situation, I want to make sure that you take a shower every day and that you keep your buttocks area and anal fissure cleaned the day after each bowel movement.
3. Use pre-moistened wipes to clean your anus after each bowel movement.
Keeping your anus clean after each bowel is extremely important. You can use the medicated wipes (Preparation H with witch hazel and aloe vera), tucks medicated pads, or even baby wipes to keep the area clean. The wipes will help you better feel that if you use toilet paper and should also help prevent infection. It is noteworthy that while medicated wipes are designed to relieve hemorrhoids , she Tthe effective to keep your anus clean.
After cleaning the anus with the wipe it is important to dry the surface with toilet paper or a soft towel. I also found that putting a little baby powder on your toilet paper and wipe your anus will help keep the area dry.
4. Use soft toilet paper.
This is not the time to use the toilet paper cheap because you are trying to save money. It is desirable to use the softest toilet paper that you can buy. The least abrasive toilet paper is what is recommended for anal fissure . Remember, it is the quality rather than quantity when it comes to toilet paper.
5. Increase your intake of dietary fiber each day.
One of the main causes of anal fissure is constipation. When we force to a saddle, we exert excessive pressure on the anus. This combination can easily cause a tear in the anal fissure. Dietary fiber is associated with the ability to relieve and prevent constipation. They are found in many fruits, vegetables, beans, and whole grains.
Some additional benefits of fiber are:
- Enlarge the volume of your stools.
- Relieve Irritable Bowel Syndrome
- Reduce the risk of having hemorrhoids or an anal fissure
- Help control sugar levels in the blood of your body that reduces the risk of developing type 2 diabetes
- Help lose weight
6. Keep your stools soft – Not too hard, not too liquid . just right.
The body can naturally heal minor anal fissures. But when it comes to more serious cracks it is recommended to use an emollient.
To avoid having problems with anal fissures, it is better to opt for the prevention by ensuring that the stools are neither too hard nor too liquid.
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7. Use a sitz bath every day to help relieve anal fissure, and clean the anus.
A sitz bath is just a fancy name for a plastic bowl that you have to fill with warm water and some Epsom salt if you prefer. The purpose of a sitz bath is to help promote blood flow to the anus will help heal your anal fissure quickly and keep the area clean and free of infection. Sitz baths are commonly used to treat and relieve the pain associated with hemoroides. You should try to do at least 2-3 sitz baths daily. I found that make the morning after waking up, one afternoon, and another before going to bed, was most helpful to me. One day probably will not be enough to end the suffering associated with anal fissure. To enjoy your sitz bath, you will fill the bowl and pocket drip with hot water, but not too hot it will burn your skin !!!!. After filling the bowl, add about 1/4 cup of Epsom salt and stir until it dissolves. You will when you sit on the sitz bath bowl. Try to sit for at least 10-15 minutes to get the benefit of the bath. When finished, be sure to dry your back with a towel well as it should. Again, I must emphasize the importance of your sitz baths several times each day and you will see amazing results.
I know you’re probably saying to yourself, “exercise ??? !! Does he even know how much pain it causes me?” Or something like that. What I learned is that it is never too late to start exercise and it is beneficial for you, both physically and mentally. Now, since you have an anal fissure your options when it comes to exercise are somewhat limited, but there are still plenty of exercises you can do that will help your body heal anal fissure. Exercise is important now, but even more important to your future as it helps to prevent health problems in the long run. It will help relieve stress and depression while increasing your own mental image of yourself. Exercise promotes better cardiovascular health, which helps your heart to pump more blood to your organs. Some other benefits of exercise include reduced risk of type 2 diabetes, lowering cholesterol and blood pressure, lose weight, and enhanced muscle strength. And many other benefits. Now it is important to note that all forms of exercise are not desirable when it comes to anal fissure. Here is a list of some recommended exercises and those that you should avoid, it is still important for you to check with your doctor before starting an exercise program, especially if anal fissure is advanced.