Ignoring the urge to pass stools: Whenever you receive the signal to go to the toilet, drop everything you are doing and evacuate bowels. When you control the urge to pass stools it puts more pressure on veins around the anus.

Chronic constipation or diarrhea: If you are suffering from chronic constipation or diarrhea then it may result in the formation of external haemorrhoids. If you have a problem of constipation or diarrhea then make a note of food items that lead to these problems and avoid eating those food items.

Faulty toilet habits (Sitting on a toilet for a long time): Do not use mobile phones or read newspapers while you are sitting on the toilet seat as you will lose track of time and will spend a long time on a commode. If you sit for more than 15 minutes on commode then it will put pressure on veins which is again a cause of piles or haemorrhoids.

Lifting heavy weights: Lifting heavy weights also lead to piles as it puts pressure on external haemorrhoids. So try to avoid lifting heavy weights until or unless it is required.

Sedentary lifestyle or sitting for long times: When you sit for a long period of time then it put pressure on an anal area which is again a cause of piles or bavasir. So to avoid this, do exercise or walk for at least 30 minutes a day.

Poor hygiene: Always clean your anal area clean and dry. Poor hygiene may cause irritation and itching near an anal area which may lead to piles. Always use toilet paper after each bowel movement and also take a daily shower.

Obesity: Piles are common in people who are obese as being overweight will put pressure on blood vessels on an area around anal. So try to lose weight if you have gained more than required.

So above are some common mistakes that may cause piles. If you take care of these things you will be piles free. But even if the problem persists then you must consult the doctor on time. Healing Hands Clinic (HHC) is the best hospital for treatment of piles in Pune, Mumbai, Nashik, and Bengaluru. HHC uses the MCDPA regimen for treatment of anorectal disorders which means firstly the focus is on medication and physiotherapy, at the end surgery is recommended. The hospital has a well-qualified team of doctors and surgeons and state-of-the-art infrastructure for handling all type of anorectal disorders such as piles, fissure, fistula, circumcision, hernia, and others.

To live the pain-free life from piles; avoid the 7 mistakes or visit a doctor as early as possible.

Author's Bio: 

Proctologist at Healing Hands Clinic