Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 31, 2013
Hemorrhoid Treatment Group encouraged readers to consider the numerous benefits potentially provided by traditional hemorrhoid therapies and treatments in advanced cases of hemorrhoids through a careful comparison of medical remedies available. This encouragement came on the heels of the December 9th Arizona Central article, titled “Eradicate the Stigma Attached to Old Age.” The article discussed the increasing life spans of Americans, and urged readers to regard age with respect and awe rather than working to erase the effects age has one's appearance and ability to function. While this is true, it is also important to face the reality of decreasing bodily stability with old age, including the onset of hemorrhoids.
Josephine Levy revealed that the largest increasing population is that of the “oldest old”, or those who are 85 and older. She also discussed the common desire to go on living forever, contradicted by the common fear of getting old. For that reason, Levy called for an abandonment of the stigmas attached to getting older, including the belief that old age is a flawed aspect of adulthood. Rather, Levy suggested readers regard old age as not only an inevitable part of life, but a celebrated part of life. Doing so will allow greater inclusion of the elderly in society, as well as reduce the negative impressions people have of their own journey toward mortality.
Hemorrhoid Treatment Group developed a comparison of different types of remedies for hemorrhoids, including surgery and therapy, for those elderly combating the discomfort of hemorrhoids. While diet and exercise can alleviate symptoms and re-occurrences of mild hemorrhoids, severe cases generally require more advanced methods of treatment, ranging from therapy or surgery. Surgical options have improved, and allow patients to return to work or regular lifestyle habits immediately. Therapy, conversely, is a slower process, curing hemorrhoids over several appointments, and working to avoid future hemorrhoid breakouts. Though surgery may immediately appear better due to its immediacy, therapy is typically less invasive, and does not require removal of enlarged veins. As with all procedures, those suffering from hemorrhoids should consult a medical professional for a more in-depth comparison of medical hemorrhoid treatment plans and options.
Josephine Levy is a writer for Arizona Central, an online news source for Arizona. The site is broken up by city and topic, allowing greater ease-of-use for Arizona residents.
Following Josephine Levy’s article on treating age with respect, Hemorrhoid Treatment Group encouraged readers to treat their bodies with respect through engaging in the most effective treatment methods for their needs, particularly as they relate to hemorrhoids. This included considering both of the traditional methods used to treat severe hemorrhoids, including surgery and therapy. Both have their own benefits; while surgery is faster, it is far more invasive. Therapy is slower in nature, but is typically not invasive, rendering it a better option for individuals nervous about the complications that could ensue during surgery.
HemorrhoidTreatmentGroup.com is a website devoted to providing readers with up-to-date news and information regarding hemorrhoid treatment options.
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