Avoid straining during bowel movement – some hemorrhoids are associated by straining with constipation as the cause and this can be prevented by using stool softener like Colace if you are having hard stools and difficulties in passing them.
Skip the tissue paper – instead of using the toilet paper after bowel movement it’s rather better if you can use baby wipe or flushable wipe.
Take a sitz bath – by taking a lukewarm bath can be of help in soothing the swelling and pain. This can be done by sitting on your bathtub with water that is up to your hips. Another option is purchasing a sitz bath chair which is available at a drugstore and the one that fits over your toilet. After that you blot the affected area with a white clean tissue.
Acne is a common disease; brought about by the blockage of skin pores forming bacteria inside them. It’s a disease that affects almost everyone in some stage in life-mostly the teen years. Some painful red bumps do form on the surface of the skin; but to others they are white and unpainful. On every person’s skin are pores (tiny openings) termed as hair follicle. In the pores (deeper) near the follicle base is the sebaceous gland that produces natural oil called sebum. This is the oil that helps in maintaining the skins flexibility and protection.
Normally, the hair should grow through the surface, as sebum (oil) flows out spreading on the area. The more the skin cells grow, the more the others get old and die, being replaced by the new ones. But In case there is an interruption in which the pores become blocked or closed, then bacteria will form from inside leading to acne. Skin swells (pimples) will be formed as a result of the dead cells combining with bacteria and the blood. When a follicle wall bursts, the white blood cells do rush to cover the area in the process of healing hence the term ‘pustule’.