What are the cause of piles?

While the presence of piles/hemorrhoids is a result of natural anatomy, most people and care professionals refer to hemorrhoids as an unusual occurrence because they arise only when they swell and cause problems.

Hemorrhoid swelling occurs when the pressure in the small vessels that make up the hemorrhoid is increased, causing them to swell and swell with blood. It leads to a rise in size that contributes to symptoms. A variety of factors can cause increased pressure. Let us check out some causes of piles in this article. 

The primary cause of piles may include:

  • Stress
  • Straining while passing tool
  • Sedentary lifestyle 
  • Inadequate fluid intake 
  • Lake of fiber in the diet
  • Genetic predisposition to piles
  • Constipation and diarrhea 
  • Pregnancy
  • Constant heavy lifting 
  • Being obese
  • Sitting a long period of time on the toilet
  • Constant standing for long hours at a stretch 
  • Previous surgery of the bowel 
  • Constriction of intestine following a surgery 
  • Spinal cord injury leads to bladder
  • Dysfunction of the floor of the pelvis 
  • Anal intercourse
  • A weakening of the supporting tissue in your anus and rectum that happening with aging
  • Colon cancer
  • Liver cirrhosis leads to swollen and engorged veins within the rectum called varicose veins
  • Chronic cough may lead to piles
  • Using too many laxatives
  • Getting older, as tissue lose strength and elasticity