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Hemorrhoids Heat Lamp Cure – How to Use it and Treat Your Hemorrhoids

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Hemorrhoids, as we all know them, are associated with constipation, or any form of strain experienced by the rectal muscles as they evacuate waste during a bowel movement. The strain or pressure causes muscle irritation, which can lead to swelling of muscle tissue.

Traditionally, the cure for any form of external swelling has been the application of a hot compress, as the heat or warmth can cause the tissue swelling to go down. Therefore, the use of hemorrhoid heat lamp cure has gained widespread recognition as the relief it provides is both convenient and instantaneous.

The German hip bath is also very popular as a relief cure, but usually requires a lot of preparation. It requires a tub full of water, which contradicts the conservation efforts we have to monitor. Homemade or over-the-counter creams and ointments will also provide the relief you need, but can be quite messy, as they can stain underwear

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The Hemorrhoid Heat Lamp generates infrared heat that when radiated on the swollen muscle effectively draws away the pain and swelling. There are several types of hemorrhoid heat lamp cures, the most effective of which are those that can be adjusted in terms of the intensity and frequency of the radiation. Accordingly, they are safe and easy to use, hence their rapidly growing popularity.

How to use the Hemorrhoid Heat Lamp?

1. When using the Hemorrhoids Heat Lamp Cure, you should ensure that you are in an area free of objects or parts made of flammable materials or fabrics such as curtains, bedding, or blankets that could accidentally touch or with the lamp could come into contact.

2. Double check that the infrared lamp shield or shade is held securely in its housing. This is to prevent accidental exposure of the bulb to the intense heat that can cause the bulb to shatter.

3. Make sure that the heat of the lamp is at least 18 inches away from your skin and the infrared radiation should be aimed precisely at the swollen and affected parts, for a maximum of 20 to 30 minutes. However, you must turn off the lamp immediately if your skin experiences a burning sensation.

4. Never touch the bulb directly and let the heat off before storing the hemorrhoid heat lamp cure.

This infrared device is not recommended for hemorrhoid patients with high blood pressure or any type of circulatory disorder.

Thanks to Alvin Hopkinson

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