<पी शैली="पाठ-संरेखण: औचित्य सिद्ध करें;">It is believed that one should not eat too much spicy food as it can cause piles. Although spicy food can aggravate pre-existing hemorrhoids, there is no evidence that spicy food causes this painful rectal disease. According to the report published in ‘OnlyMyHealth’, according to Dr. Reddy Jyotsna, nutritionist at ‘Sakara World Hospital’, Bengaluru, spicy food can cause indigestion and sometimes thin stools or diarrhea. Which can make bowel movements challenging. There are many myths regarding spicy food and piles, which we will discuss in this article.
What are the causes of piles?
According to a research conducted in ‘Johns Hopkins’ Medicine, piles are widespread in both men and women and almost half of the world’s population will develop piles by the age of 50. Dr. Jyotsna explained that piles are enlarged and swollen veins in the rectum or anus. , often caused by excessive pressure increases. Piles can cause symptoms like itching, pain and bleeding during bowel movements.
According to a research conducted at John Hopkins Medicine, piles occur differently in both men and women. Nearly half the world’s population will develop hemorrhoids by the age of 50. Hemorrhoids are enlarged and swollen veins in the rectum or anus. Eating spicy food puts pressure on the stomach. Piles can cause symptoms like itching, pain and bleeding during bowel movements.
Too much spice can cause constipation
Eating too much spicy food can also cause constipation, constipation or diarrhea, pregnancy, obesity. Obesity can also increase due to sitting for a long time. But the doctor believes that due to poor lifestyle and drinking less water, there is pressure on the stomach. Eating too much spice also makes the age visible. Therefore, maximum fiber should be included in the diet. Which may be due to straining during bowel movements, persistent constipation or diarrhea, pregnancy, obesity or sitting for long periods of time. Other risk factors include sedentary lifestyle, low water intake, aging and lack of dietary fiber.