You Don't Have to Live with a Pain in the Derrière!
At some point in our lives we all have to experience heavy lifting of some kind. If you are experiencing a bout of hemorrhoids at the time of lifting something heavy, you will cause yourself some aggravation to the hemorrhoids.
The reason being is that by lifting this weight you are pulling all the forces
of gravity directly down towards your anus. This is the usual process that we
need, in order to get the extra power needed for lifting the heavy object. This gravity traveling down in the anus area is what will cause the hemorrhoids to deteriorate further.
If on the other hand you were taught how to lift
heavy objects properly, you would avoid as much as possible gravity pressure on your anus area. This as a result, wouldn't damage you so severely, if at all.
A good example of this type of lifting, is weight lifters. Even people that do exercises where they can control the different muscles like, pilates are able to do a lift effortlessly.
The aggravation of heavy object lifting can cause hemorrhoid bleeding, or more swelling of the hemorrhoid, or the hemorrhoid to come straight out of the anus with internal hemorrhoids.
But the biggest problem that will result with this one is a lot more PAIN.
The condition where the internal hemorrhoids come straight out of the anus is known as prolapsed hemorrhoids.
This is a condition to avoid at all times.
So it is advisable to avoid lifting of any heavy objects if you are with hemorrhoids.
However, if you are not with hemorrhoids, lifting does not cause hemorrhoids, but it can cause an hernia if you are not careful, especially if the object is extra heavy, or clumsy to lift.
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