Benefits of Colon Hydrotherapy

  1. It withdraws the toxics, the cause of irritants and allergies.
  2. Rehydrate the bowle.
  3. It heals the wall of the gut
  4. Stabilize the bowel flora.
  5. The bowel function going to be optimized.
  6. It will help you to understand your body.

 

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Colonics are used to accomplish the following…

Cleansing the colon allows toxic material to be broken down so it can no longer harm the body. Debris weakens the colon and impairs its functioning so by gently removing it, your colon will begin to cooperate as it is meant to.

Hydrating the colon with water encourages the breakdown of impacted and dehydrated faecal, mucoid and waste material that layer the walls of the intestine allowing improved elimination of waste matter.

In a real sense, colonic hydrotherapy is a rejuvenation treatment.

The gentle filling and emptying of the colon with warm water improves peristaltic movement, this is the muscular contraction by which the colon naturally moves material along. Therefore with the water moving forwards and backwards it is a gentle form of exercise stimulating the bowel wall keeping it healthy.

When any problems occur in the colon eg: constipation alters the shape, as the bowel gets fuller storing more waste matter. Peristalsis decreases, slowing the transit time allowing the food to putrify, which causes more problems like wind and bloating. The action of the colon filling and emptying with water, combined with the massage technique of your therapist helps to eliminate bulging pockets of waste enabling the colon to resume its natural state.

The colon has reflex points that correspond to various organs, glands and other areas such as the eyes. Colonics will stimulate these reflex points thereby improving general wellbeing.

Benefits from colon hydrotherapy extend to all diagnostic procedures for evaluating the colon facilitating a more accurate study. Patients undergoing general anesthesia may benefit as it would dramatically reduce the problems associated with bowel functions following surgery.