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Piles and Exercise
Hi since i have piles i dont want to do squatting exercise as it puts strain in that area. What other lower body exercises can i do for toning the body which do not have effect on piles?
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For hemorrhoids take plenty of water and high fiber diet. Avoid heavy exercise which increases abdominal pressure like weight lifting etc. For medication or extra information contact through online.
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You can do leg rising and hip exercises.
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Take food that has high fiber content
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Hello. U can do target toning with low weights and increased repetitions than doing target toning with heavy weights and less repetitions....u can do leg curls, romanian dead lifts,  lunges, and if you really dont want to give up squats, you can do machine hack squats with  support belt on  and low weights....and drink plenty of water and also take enormous amounts of fruits qnd vegetables.
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