Hemorrhoids are no longer a taboo topic

You wouldn’t believe how many myths there are about hemorrhoids.

It’s time to debunk all of them. Here are some of the most common ones.

Myth 1:
Hemorrhoids and

That moment when it seems like it’s never going to end. But is it really connected to hemorrhoids? Open the video to find out.

Myth 2:
Hemorrhoids and
spicy food

We all thought about it, when we enjoyed that favorite spicy meal of ours. Is it linked to hemorrhoids? No worries, this video has all the answers in it.

Myth 3:
Hemorrhoids and
rectal bleeding

No doubt, this one is definitely an unpleasant situation that needs a doctor’s consultation. Myth or truth? You are one click away from the answer.

Myth 4:
Hemorrhoids and
inactive ways of life

Lately we’ve all been there – working at the office, or at home, no movement whatsoever. Can our sedentary habits cause hemorrhoids? Only one way to find out.


Now, after you have educated yourself on whether the myths are actually true, we want to give you a few useful tips about how to handle and prevent hemorrhoids. This way you’re always prepared.

  • It’s important to follow a schedule for your meals so that your digestive system works a lot better. Divide your portions equally – 4 meals a day are recommended.
  • Try to consume more raw fruits and vegetables rich in fiber and water, as well as wholegrain foods.
  • Drink water – at least a liter and a half a day.
  • Try to avoid regular consumption of meat, fish, eggs and dairy products, because it can cause constipation. Cut off fried, leftover and canned foods.
  • Visit the bathroom for a bowel movement at the same time every day and try not to push too hard.
  • Be active on a daily basis.


If you still experience symptoms like anal pain, bleeding, irritation and inflammation, arrange a consultation with a professional! Don’t let it become chronic.

Hemorrhoids are no longer a taboo topic – you can talk about it with your doctor.