Reading on the Rest room Is not So Healthy
Studies recommend that the more time you spend in the toilet, particularly reading, the more possibly you are to develop hemorrhoids, or swollen blood vessels in and around the anus. It seems like an odd correlation, however give it some thought: The longer you stay in the toilet attempting to go, the more strain and stress you put down there. Sitting for too long on the bathroom could also limit blood circulation around the anal area, which could make hemorrhoids worse.
Most of the time, a diet devoid of fiber, which keeps your bowels regular and prevents constipation and hard stools, is responsible. Most Americans eat 10 to 15 grams of fiber a day; doctors suggest 30 to 35 grams to stop hemorrhoids.