HTG Impresses the Importance of Preventative Care Among Those with Hemorrhoids

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Following The Oregonian article, published on December 13th and titled “More Elderly, Disabled Oregonians Rely on Food Stamps Despite Recovering Economy,” HTG impressed upon readers the importance of engaging in preventative care among those with hemorrhoids.

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group, or HTG, impressed upon readers the vast importance of engaging in preventative care to avoid future outbreaks of hemorrhoids. This urging came on the heels of The Oregonian’s December 13th article, “More Elderly, Disable Oregonians Rely on Food Stamps Despite Recovering Economy.” The article discussed Oregon State’s continued need for expansive government assistance, highlighting the inability of many individuals to pay for food and basic living expenses without some government assistance. Hemorrhoid Treatment Group then drew a comparison of medical hemorrhoid treatment needs with a need for food and living expense assistance.

Yuxing Zheng brought her Oregonian article home with a personal touch, illustrating the struggles faced by many people living in Oregon through a single family. The father and daughter Zheng discussed struggled to live off the food stamps afforded them each month, turning to bulk food purchasing and dedicated coupon cutting. Countless others like them struggle to make ends meet in Oregon, including medical expenses.

The struggles faced by many Oregon families is not a new one; numerous Americans struggle to pay their living expenses, including medical expenses. For this reason, preventative care is pivotal in avoiding future health complications, allowing individuals to use their money for everyday needs rather than drastic medical expenses. Although there are many different ideas for prevention, the most common and the simplest are those of maintaining a proper diet and exercise regimen. One of the most common causes for hemorrhoids is a diet low in fiber and a lifestyle low in exercise, as both contribute to poor digestion and circulation—key components in the onset of hemorrhoid troubles. To avoid the need for costly treatments or therapies, work to eliminate all foods that do not encourage regular bowel movements, such as processed and high-sugar foods, instead consuming more fruits and vegetables, and drinking water in the place of soda or juice. In addition, regular exercise should be added to one’s routine, even if it is as simple as a brisk walk four times per week.

Yuxing Zheng is a journalist regularly contributing work to The Oregonian. Her work is primarily concerned with state government and legislature, including pieces on government programs and economic trends.

Hemorrhoid Treatment Group drew a comparison of medical hemorrhoid treatment needs and basic living needs following The Oregonian’s article on food stamps and government assistance. Because many Americans are facing cutbacks at work and downsized government programs, the need for healthy living and conscious eating is vastly important; most families cannot afford costly hospital bills or the insurance required to pay for them. To combat this, Hemorrhoid Treatment Group encouraged individuals and families to follow healthy living patterns, including a diet high in fiber, fruits and vegetables, and a regular exercise regimen. This will assist in preventing a wide host of maladies, including the onset of hemorrhoids.

Information provided by the Hemorrhoid Treatment Group website is not intended to be used to diagnose or treat any condition. This information is provided purely for educational purposes. Please consult your doctor for correct diagnosis and treatment, as bleeding from the rectum may be caused by many different things including life threatening conditions.

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