Is it a benefit to your health?
We spend a lot of time and money caring for the outside of our body but we often ignore the most important part, the inside. What we put into our body and what comes out of our body is vital to how we feel and look. A colonic cleanse using hydrotherapy is one way of addressing this imbalance.
When our body is functioning well it does exactly what it was designed for and can often heal itself, given the right environment. When it’s out of balance it often requires assistance to enable that healing to take place. Our busy lives, our food choices, artificial drinks, drugs, alcohol, smoking and pollution all upset our delicate internal balance.
A healthy food transit time from eating to defecation should be around 24 hours with a bowel movement at least once a day. However, it is common now for transit time to be 60 hours or more with a bowel movement 2 or 3 times a week. When constipation does occur you may experience:
Bloating / Abdominal discomfort / Sluggishness / Low mood / Fissures
Diverticulitis / Halitosis (bad breath) / Excess gas / Haemorrhoids
If waste remains too long in the bowel it pollutes our blood, organs and indeed every cell in our body. Over time this pollution causes all types of problems for our delicate internal system including:
Irritable Bowel Syndrome / headaches / depression / sleeplessness
poor concentration / colds / allergies / arthritis / asthma / acne
eczema / migraines / lethargy / ME / yeast overgrowth
If we pass stools daily they should be the right type of stool so look at The Bristol Stool Chart to find out more.
A colonic is also an excellent first step in encouraging you to make positive changes to your lifestyle and diet. Many view the releasing of old matter as a new beginning with more consideration being given to food choices afterwards.
Colonics are also recommended during detoxing and fasting programmes and if you are interested I do offer several different options.
You can find out more about what happens before, during and after your therapy in Frequently Asked Questions