How to Cure Hemorrhoids : How to Make a Sitz Bath to Cure Hemorrhoids

How to Cure Hemorrhoids : How to Make a Sitz Bath to Cure Hemorrhoids

Hello, my name is Dr. Susan Jewell and on
behalf of expert village I’m going to talk to you today about hemorrhoids. Now in this
clip I’m going to show you one of the ways that is most commonly recommended to alleviate
some of the pain of hemorrhoids and that’s called a sitz bath. Now, what I have here
is some items to do a sitz bath. Of course this is a bowl, but you’re going to use something
three or four times the size or you can actually go and do it in the bathtub. What you really
do is that you get some warm water and you fill the bowl or the bathtub up to six inches,
ten inches of water, preferably warm water. You can also add some aroma therapy oils just
to make you feel relaxed. Once you’ve done that you can actually get some, you can either
normal table salts or what is recommended for hemorrhoids relief which is Epsom salt
which you can buy at any pharmacy or drugstore. It is really quite cheap, a couple of dollars.
Here is a pack of Epsom salt. It’s basically sodium, it’s a saline crystal form. You can
add that into the water in which I’m going to add here. You mix it around. This is warm
water. You mix it around. Then what you do is, like in the diagram, you sit in it, but
don’t sit right to the bottom. Have a couple of inches from the bottom of the bowl or from
the bathtub cause basically what the sitz bath is to really relieve the pressure. The
heat and the salt, will also, the saline water, will relieve the pressure of the hemorrhoids
and decrease the pain.


0 thoughts on “How to Cure Hemorrhoids : How to Make a Sitz Bath to Cure Hemorrhoids”

  • It is NOT okay to use regular table salt!!!!!!! REALLY? You need to do some research before you make videos for the public! Also, there are containers that fit onto the toilet that are SO much easier to use. Come on – get it together before you post!

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