Why You Should Go For A Session Of Colonics

Are you suffering from body odor or dermatitis, irritable bowel syndrome or diverticulitis, lethargy or candida or even thrush infections? If the answer is ‘Yes’ then what you need is Colonics. It works wonders for people who suffer from any of these ailments. Before you go in for a session of colonics, you might have a lot of questions in mind. In fact, you might not even know what it is. Here are a few facts and benefits of colonics that should make you a little more knowledgeable about this popular method of treatment.

What is it?

Colonic hydrotherapy also known as colonics is simply a wash out of the contents of the bowel with water at around body temperature. The water pressure is light, resulting in absolutely no risk of colon perforation. The water is guided around the intestine using massage and change of position. The ileocaecal valve prevents water from entering the small intestine and the two way circuit prevents the large intestine from overfilling.

How is it different from enema?

Enema only reaches the rectum and lower part of the colon, whereas with colon hydrotherapy, the entire length of the colon isreached. Thus colon hydrotherapy is way more effective than enema can ever be. Enema can be self administered but colon hydrotherapy can only be done by a trained professional.

What is its purpose?

Colonic hydrotherapy exercises the muscles in the colon wall enabling them to work more efficiently. Various herbs used during colonic treatment are used to tone and relax the colon walls or expel gas accumulated inside your intestines.

What are its benefits?

Colonics can offer you several significant benefits, such as:

1. Helps in weight reduction and gives you a flatter stomach

2. Removes toxins and chemicals from your body

3. Improves your skin condition

4. Boosts your sex drive

5. Makes you more energetic

6. Decreases constipation and allergies

7. Decreases the risk of colon cancer

How to prepare for a session

1. Eat primarily seasonal and organic vegetables, fruits, and grains in the 24-48 hours prior to your session.

2. Avoid flatulence-inducing food and carbonated beverages for 48 hours before your treatment.

3. Do not have any solid food three hours prior to your colonic.

Once you arrive at the office, you will be asked to empty your bladder, undress from the waist down, and covering yourself with a disposable gown. After that, simply lie down on the bed and try to relax.