An anxious person demonstrates the sort of behavior that can cause or aggravate hemorrhoids. Such a person is usually tense. That tension spreads throughout the entire body of any anxious individual. It even produces an increased tension in the abdominal muscles.
Tense abdominal muscles put added pressure on the contents of the colon. That then puts pressure on the anus. Pressure on the anus can cause the formation of hemorrhoids. Certain other behaviors often associated with anxiety might well serve to increase any slight risks for the formation of hemorrhoids.
For example, an anxious person might not take the needed time for a relaxed meal. He or she might choose to scarf down whatever food can be obtained quickly and easily. That could well include lots of “fast food.” Such fast food is typically low in fiber; it also contains lots of fat. As a result the anxious individual could soon suffer a bout of constipation.