Powerful agent against hemorrhoids and rectal fissures
Brisk walking is a great rhythm to start - walk fast enough to bring the heart rate up. A good rule you can follow is that it should take an effort to carry on a conversation with a walking partner. If you are strolling comfortably and conversation is easy, you probably are not getting much cardiovascular benefit from your walk. Exercise such as walking helps you to avoid constipation which can prevent hemorrhoid flare-ups.
Just a 30-minute walk each morning or anytime during the day can bring benefits to heal your hemorrhoids. Hiking is also a wonderful exercise because it will use different muscles than walking and will strengthen calves, quadriceps, hamstrings and gluteus muscles. Increasing blood flow to these areas will also increase circulation to rectal blood vessels and will help heal your hemorrhoids.
Walking is great cardiovascular option you can do no matter if you have hemorrhoids or not. Regular exercise is beneficial when you're suffering from hemorrhoids. But, also you need to know that hemorrhoids are classified according to their degree of prolapse to four categories.