How To Prevent Polyps

By | March 20, 2020
How To Prevent Nasal Polyps

Generally there is a polyp in the colon, rectum and nose. Polyps can be genetically passed down, the growth of enlarged polyps can become cancerous.

If you experience nasal congestion that is settled and the longer the more weight coupled with the dripping snot as well as olfactory function disorders, chances you are suffering from nasal polyps. Nasal polyps occur due to the emergence of the soft tissues in the nasal cavity that is white or gray. This network can be observed directly with the eye after enlarged nostrils with a nasal Speculum. Nasal polyps are usually strikes older people, probably caused by a hypersensitive reaction or allergic reactions in the nasal mucosa that lasts a long time.

Cervical polyps are associated with the inside of the uterine cervix. Cervical polyps generally occur during the premenopausal or before menopause. While the polyps in the kidneys will result in the presence of blood in the urine.

Uterine polyps

Uterine polyps (By BruceBlaus (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons)

How To Prevent Polyps

How To Prevent Nasal Polyps

How To Prevent Nasal Polyps

How To Prevent Nasal Polyps (Illustration/© MathieuMD / Wikimedia Commons, via Wikimedia Commons)

Nasal Polyps can be prevented by:

  • Hand hygiene habits, meaning frequent hand washing and avoid the habit of inserting a finger into the nose.
  • To clean your nose, use salt water (saline) in the form of spray or nasal lavage.
  • Keep the air humid at home.
  • Avoid nasal irritants, allergens, such as dust, smoke (smoking, motor vehicles, etc), the vapor from chemicals.
  • Allergy and asthma management. It can be consulted with a doctor.

How To Prevent Colon Polyps

How To Prevent Colon Polyps

How To Prevent Colon Polyps (Illustration/By 邱鈺鋒 (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons)

Here’s how to prevent colon polyps:
  • Eating fruits and vegetables.
    Consume vegetables and fruits that are red, yellow, orange and green. Vegetables and fruits such as peppers, oranges, strawberries and carrots are very rich in complex mixtures of substances called antioxidants. In addition, other vegetables, including cabbage, Brussels sprouts and broccoli have a very high level of effects against cancer.
  • Reduce saturate fatty food consumption, especially for those of you who have a high risk of colon polyps affected.
  • Avoid the intake of meat, where the meat contains saturated fat. Fat is broken down by the body’s digestive enzymes and bile.
  • Reduce unhealthy habits.
  • Keep the weight off.
  • Boost consuming foods or beverages that contain calcium.
  • Vitamin D intake can lower the risk of bowel cancer a result of intestinal polyps.
  • Foods rich in fiber and calcium did not have an increased risk of colon cancer and polyps. Calcium is one of the most common mineral in the body. Because it is necessary for the strength of bones and part of the chemical processes that are essential for the body. A study on animals have found that lack of calcium can lead to excessive cell growth in the colon. Food sources of calcium found in milk, yogurt, cheese, clams, and other seafood. While high-fiber foods includes kale, peas, sweet potatoes, turnips, carrots, apples, apricots, kiwi, oranges, mango and a variety of nuts.
  • Increase healthy fat consumption, namely different types of omega 3 fatty acids include the types of foods containing healthy fats. A has shown that omega 3 fatty acids can help maintain and can even improve the health of the cells in the colon so as to prevent colon polyps. In addition foods containing healthy fats found in olive oil, avocados, salmon, tuna, sardines, mackerel, flaxseed and walnuts.
  • Many water intake is very important for overall health. A study has shown that lack of water intake can cause dehydration and the formation of polyps in your intestines.

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