What if we keep having pain and irritation in and around the anal cavity during bowel moments or while sitting! We cannot assure, however, we could say it might be it is a sign of piles (known as hemorrhoids). This suffering can affect people at any age and all age of group, moreover, if we roughly estimate the percentage of this suffering, then it is increased in older adults and pregnant women’s.

We care for you and our aim is to not to get embarrassed with such suffering which is actually can be resolved by us in own ways.

Facts of Piles

According to studies, in India piles are affected over 10 million people per year, though a 1 in a 10 pregnant women hurt from piles. You have an option to take proper medication from your doctor if it exceeds to rectal bleeding. Moreover, we would recommend or reveal you 6 Amazing Yoga exercises for Piles.

All you should know about (Haemorrhoids) Piles: This is basically swollen and inflamed veins in the rectum, which actually leads when you may often be caused by long- term constipation, old age and in few cases of pregnancy.

While researching, we found there are majorly two types of suffering (in piles) people go through the phase of with this pain, which is as below:

Internal Hemorrhoids (Piles): These are too far inside the rectum, which cannot be seen or felt. In case of this, you may only get aware of what you are actually suffering from this pile kind while bleeding because usually there is no pain in internal hemorrhoids.

External Hemorrhoids (Piles): These are under the skin and around the anus, which also hurt and bleed as well.

What causes piles, as poor lifestyle choices, chronic gastric disorders, and improper assimilation and along with genetic factors? We do have divergent methods to get heal with this common suffering, whereas yoga is a gentle, safe and long lasting cure to this.

We are going to discuss 6 Amazing Yoga exercises for the Piles Treatment, so hope you will find it worth.

1) Matsyasana (Fish Pose)


a) Lay down flat on your support of back, and actively your legs should be together and hands should be comfortably beside your body.

b) Now, state your palms under your butt such that the palms are facing towards the ground, and bring elbows closer to each other and placing close to your waist.

c) Cross the legs so that your feet should cross each other at your central, and your thighs and knees should be placed flat on the floor.

d) Breathe in and lift the chest, so that your head is also lifted, and crown touches the floor.

e) And on next, balance keeps the weight of your body on your elbows, not on your head. Pressurize your shoulder blades during the lifted chest. Hold this posture until comfortable you feel like so.

f) Later, exhale and release the posture, lifting the head first and then dropping your chest towards the ground.

Duration: You may keep this pose for 30 to 60 seconds.

2) Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand)


a) Lie down on the floor with the back support, legs stretched and hands by the side.

b) Lift your legs until it makes a 90 degree with the torso.

c) Now, pull the legs up by lifting your waist with the support of your palms and getting support by stating the elbows on the ground.

d) Hold this posture for a minute and then lower your body in slow motion.

Now, put the legs flat on the ground slowly and get into a sleeping position.

Duration: You can hold this posture for your 10 relaxed breaths.

3) Shishuasana (Child’s Pose)


a) Sit down on your knees support and butt touching your toes.

b) Now, keep your forehead down and touch the ground with hand stretched forward alongside the body.

c) You may press on the chest gently, and the thighs.

d) Hold this for a few minutes, and come up by uncurling the backbone and relaxed.

This asana will not even help you in piles; also will help relief in constipation, relaxation of neck pain, back pain along with calming the nervous system and also keep increasing blood circulation on face and head.

Duration: You may hold this posture for around 3 minutes.

4) Ashwini Mudra


a) Sit in a meditation posture, and start taking deep breaths and get yourself relaxed.

b) Now, concentrate on the anal region and try to contract the buttock muscles without straining.

c) Later, you can come back to your normal posture and keep repeating it.

This could be the quickest cure for the pile’s problem and you may feel the results in 1-2 weeks.

5) Vajraasana (Thunderbolt Pose)


a) To start with this yoga exercise, you have to start it with by sitting with legs folded inside so that your calves should touch the thighs and legs should be stated on either side of the anus.

b) All your knees, feet and toes should be aligned in a straight line.

c) And all your upper body including the back, shoulder, and neck should be straight.

d) Your hand should be placed on your knees.

This asana is the easiest one for the beginner which not only helps you in getting relief from piles suffering but also it gives you relief in menstrual cramps, lower back pain, and improves your digestion (with ulcer and acidity).

Duration: You may do this activity for 15- 20 minutes after lunch or dinner.

6) Tadasana (Mountain Pose)


a) Stand straight on your yoga mat.

b) Keep your feet together and stretch your arms up, and keep them parallel towards the floor or join the palms together.

c) Now, balance your head in a neutral position and look at a fixed point in the front.

Duration: You may hold this pose for 60 seconds.

In our article, we have tried to guide you all with the easiest and simple Yoga postures (asana) for your treatment of piles. We do have divergent methods for this suffering, however, if you may do these yoga asanas on routine and in a correct manner then you will find the results at the earliest. For the quick and more effective along with these exercises you can improve your lifestyle, eating habits, increasing fiber-rich foods, etc.

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Jaya Chopra

Jaya Chopra

She is a Nutritionist with more than 5 years of professional content writing experience in the field of nutrition. She loves to share the knowledge and ideas through the effective way of blogs and article. She is a post-graduate student, a qualified Yoga & Diabetes Educator and pursuing diploma in food safety & quality management as well.
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