Are you interested in taking colon hydrotherapy but are not sure if it is the best way to detoxify your body? Is it good to clean your colon and what are some of the things that you need to know about getting a colonic? These are all good questions that you would do well to ask yourself before undergoing the procedure for the first time.
What should you do before a colonic?
If you are genuinely keen on adopting colonic irrigation as a detox solution, then know that there are a few things that you need to do to prepare for the procedure. Most people make the mistake of jumping in on the bandwagon purely on a whim and wonder why it did not benefit them one bit.
So how do you prepare for a colonic? Well, for one thing, you need to make sure that you drink lots of water and eat more fruits and vegetables. 50 to 70 percent of your diet ought to consist of a combination of raw vegetables a few days before getting a colonic. Doing so will help improve digestion and prevent bloating which can hinder the desired effects of colon cleansing.
Likewise, there are foods that you should avoid after taking a colonic. So what not to eat after a colonic? In general, you should steer clear of fast food and adopt a healthy diet. Processed ingredients get stuck in the gut and offer no nutritional value.
Weight loss after colonic
You may be interested in colonic hydrotherapy as a weight loss solution and not so much on detox. If so, then you will be happy to know that there is real science behind colonic as far as weight loss is concerned. In one study, people lost about 2.5 to 6 lbs on average after taking a colonic. It may not seem much, but if you have been struggling to lose an ounce of weight, then such results are quite remarkable especially when you can get a colonic done in less than an hour.
What to expect after colon hydrotherapy?
People can react to colonic irrigation differently depending on their circumstance. Most people report a feeling of relaxation and well-being as the procedure eases the tension in their gut. Many also feel that their body is much lighter as the total amount of waste and faecal matter purged out of the body can be significant.
In some cases, people can feel unusually tired and sick moments after taking a colonic. Such cases are rare (about 5 percent) and have more to do with the toxicity of the gut and the change in electrolyte/pH balance after the procedure. In any case, you would want to make sure that you drink lots of water and in a few days, many find that the symptoms eventually dissipate followed by a sense of well-being.
Would you like to know more? Perhaps you have a few more questions about the procedure? We at “Coffee Enemas Australia” would be happy to help! Call us today on 1300 475 877.