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Common causes of Piles

Many factors can contribute to the development of hemorrhoidal disease. They range from a weak connective tissue to the frequent consumption of a diet low in fibers.
The origins of piles have not yet been clearly established – first of all, there may be a genetic predisposition. Constant increase in blood pressure can cause engorgement in the vasculature of the hemorrhoidal plexus causes it to become enlarged. A congenital weakness of the connective tissue may promote this effect.
Some risk factors:

Chronic Constipation: Is the most important factor. Intestinal hypo motility is usually caused by a combination of a diet that is low in fibre, insufficient intake of fluid and physical inactivity, which is often associated with a sedentary life style. Increased straining at stool creates pressure and causes the hemorrhoids to protrude. 

Pregnancy: Is the second most common factor. Moreover, due to hormonal changes during pregnancy, the connective tissue loses elasticity. But studies have shown that constipation in this period is playing a key role. 

Diarrhea: Is often associated with piles because of frequency of passing stool irritating these areas. 

Age: Weakening of the connective tissue increases with age and may thus be the reason why piles
Piles is just another word for hemorrhoidal disease.
Are more common in the elderly. 

Overweight: Excess weight also increases the pressure on the rectum, thus promoting the development of piles

1 comment:

  1. Very few people know these things, or they know them but don’t put them into practice.