As we advance in technology and cope up with the fast modernization of the world, we have evolved into a lifestyle that is characterized by instant foods, unhealthy habits, drug dependencies, excessive alcohol, and smoking. These, as well as other harmful elements in our environment, cause strain to our human bodies and may result to illnesses and health complications. As a consequence, we need to get rid of the toxins that we have inhaled or taken in so that we will remain fit. We need to undergo detoxification treatments to remove the poisonous substances from our bodies, rejuvenate ourselves and regain our wellness and strength. One of these cleansing therapies and probably the most popular of many is Colon Hydrotherapy.
Colon Hydrotherapy or colonic irrigation is a cleansing process done by flushing warm, sterilized water into the full length of the colon through the rectum. The purpose of this is to wash out all the accumulated waste materials inside the colon. These impacted wastes are said to be the breeding ground of harmful bacteria and the cause of toxins. If not removed from the body, these bacteria and toxins can result to autointoxication and its symptoms as well as a number of digestive tract ailments like constipation, diarrhea, and gas pains. But, with Colon Hydrotherapy, we will be able to reduce the risk of acquiring these diseases and maintain our digestive system’s health and strength.
You can do the procedure alone, by yourself, using a home colonic kit or by a professional colon hydrotherapist in a clinic or hospital. There are two most common types of colonic machines that you can use and these are 1) the closed-tube system and 2) the open-basin system. The closed-tube system involves the regulated flow of water into the colon through one of two hoses connected to the tube that is inserted into the rectum. The second hose which passes through a glass tube is used to flush the water and wastes out of the colon and into the sewer system. Meanwhile, the open-basin system requires the use of a treatment table with a built-in basin that directly flows into the sewer system. The water is also introduced to the colon through the rectum via a pencil-sized tube but does not involve the use of another tube that forces the wastes out of the colon. Rather, the open-basin system promotes the natural elimination of both water and wastes.
Although it involves dealing with waste matters, both methods are neither messy nor smelly. It is also not painful; sometimes it is even relaxing. The process of Colon Hydrotherapy regardless of which method is used takes about forty-five minutes to one hour to complete.
So, what are you waiting for? Take this step to better colon health. Experience fast rejuvenation with Colon Hydrotherapy!