Yoga and naturopathy for Fissure/Fistula

An anal fissure is a narrow tear that extends from the muscles that control the anus (sphincters) up into the anal canal. These tears usually develop when anal tissue is damaged during a hard bowel movement or when higher-than-normal tension develops in the anal sphincters.

An anal fistula is a tubelike passage (tract) from the anal canal to a hole in the skin near the anus. This may occur after rectal surgery, after an abscess in the rectal area, or as a complication of a bowel disease.

Treatment

Yogic Kriya: Enema, Agnisar, Sankhaprakshalan

Asana: Uttanapadasana, Sputa Pawanmukta, Vajrasana, Bhujangasana, Chakrasana, Dhanurasana and Salabhasana etc.

Pranayama: Kapalbhati, Agnisar, Bahiya and Nadisodhan.

Mudra: Apan Mudra, Ashwini

Naturopathy:

Apply mud pack on abdomen for 20 min. Take warm water enema and then hip bath with cooled margosa leaves water after boiling it. 

Diet Therapy: First of all make sure constipation is cured. Do Fasting on fruit juice like sweet lemon, orange, pineapple, white pumpkin, white guard and lemon guard etc. Increase fruit intake like apple, papaya, guava, grapes etc. Take balanced diet that includes chapatti of chaff mixed flour, unpeeled pulses, green vegetables, figs and dates etc. Avoid maida, sugar and fried foods. Drink at least 10-12 glasses of lukewarm water daily.

Written by Yogaguru Dr Mohan Karki

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