A hernia is an abnormal protrusion of an organ through the body cavity. It generally affects people between the ages of 40 to 60, and particularly men are the most affected people. However, it can affect persons of any age and gender. They commonly occur around the belly button, groin, and sites of previous operations. Herniorrhaphy surgery is the most frequently performed surgery to correct Hernias. It may not be harmful if it is just a bulge under the skin. However, if the patient suffers from severe pain accompanied by vomiting, it is an emergency. Other symptoms include pain around the bump while lifting heavy objects, a gradual increase in bulge size, feeling full even when you haven’t had food, pain swallowing food, swelling in testicles, heartburn, etc. When the weak fascia or muscle rips open due to increased pressure in the abdomen, it results in Hernia. There are many reasons this pressure builds up to act as a trigger for Hernia. Following are the factors that either cause the stress and are responsible for weak muscles.