Many people wonder what to expect after colon hydrotherapy. It can be daunting to think about, but doing a little research beforehand will help you feel more informed and prepared. In this article, I'll tell you everything that an individual should know about the procedure before undergoing it for themselves.
After reading this article, you'll have a better understanding of the benefits of colon hydrotherapy and what to expect from the procedure. You'll also know how much it costs, where it can be done, and whether or not insurance will cover any part of the cost. The information in this blog post is based on my own experience with colon hydrotherapy as well as research that I've conducted online. So, keep along.
What is colon hydrotherapy?
Colon hydrotherapy service is a process in which the colon is irrigated with warm water. It can be performed by either an individual administering it to themselves or through ingestion via an enema.
I'll tell you everything that an individual should know about the procedure before undergoing it for themselves. This includes what colon hydrotherapy is, the benefits it can offer, and what to expect before, during, and after.
How does it work?
A non-surgical process involves filling up an individual's colon with warm water through either ingestion via an enema or irrigation by themselves-self-administering iced water inside their anus using a special nozzle called a "rectal tube." This allows for waste material to move out into another container so they can cleanse their body internally. The idea behind this treatment is to remove waste left over from digestion by flushing it out with warm water and then releasing it from the body. This process can help clear up digestive issues such as constipation, bloating, gas, etc...
The average session lasts for about 45 minutes or so and you may experience some cramping and discomfort throughout this time. To minimize these sensations, we recommend laying on your back during the therapy while sipping tea (or other herbal drinks) until all symptoms subside after which they will be flushed away down below!
To prepare before an upcoming session, we recommend drinking plenty of fluids for the day before your appointment to reduce any potential discomfort from dehydration.
The traces left behind by this technique are a result of water absorption and usually include: softened stool, decreased bloating or gas palpations with bowel movements, improved digestion, and colon motility (regularity).
Benefits of colon hydrotherapy
1. Colon hydrotherapy is a great way to detox your body by removing the waste left in your colon.
2. It's a natural treatment that can help with digestive issues such as constipation, bloating, and gas.
4. This procedure is shown to be more effective than other treatments because it can reach parts of the colon that are inaccessible during traditional bowel movements.
5. Colon hydrotherapy also helps improve regularity by stimulating peristalsis (the movement of food through the intestines) and increasing blood flow within the intestinal walls.
6. In addition, there are many other benefits such as improved mood and mental clarity, increased energy levels, clearer skin, reduced allergies/sinus congestion, etc...
It is important not to eat solid food after treatment but you can enjoy light liquids such as fresh juices or even some raw/cooked vegetables if desired. However, it is recommended that no citrus fruits be consumed following therapy due to their powerful acid content which may irritate an already sensitive stomach lining.
What to expect after the procedure?
It is normal to experience a general feeling of nausea and/or bloating after colon hydrotherapy. These symptoms are generally not severe but may be sensitive for the first few days. Generally, it is best if you eat light foods at this time such as raw or cooked vegetables like broccolini with lemon juice or steamed broccoli without butter. Eating too many heavy meals can lead to more discomfort from gas pockets in the stomach which will last longer than your typical post-hydrotherapy symptoms. Additionally, there may also be an increased risk of constipation due to fluid retention (particularly common on hot summer days). To avoid these uncomfortable situations while still maintaining some level of nourishment, try adding probiotics into your diet by eating yogurt or other fermented foods.
Who can benefit from colon hydrotherapy and who should avoid it?
The majority of those who can benefit from colon hydrotherapy are people struggling with bowel irregularities and constipation. Colonics may also be beneficial for individuals experiencing difficulty in weight loss, fatigue, bloating, or gas. However, there is a list of contraindications that should not receive treatment such as pregnancy (unless under medical supervision), abdominal infection, active bleeding ulceration, or major illness (e.g., cancer).
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