You can go back to work normally, and operate your motor vehicle. This is not a Medical Procedure and no anesthesia is used during this process.
After the treatment you may experience some fatigue during the course of the day. This means the body is actively cleansing itself.
We advise to drink 16 oz of Prune Juice followed by intervals of water to reduce the gas and soften the waste. It is also advisable to reduce white flour and gluten products, fried foods, carbonated beverages and dairy products.
Colonic Hydrotherapy uses 10-20 gallons of water to irrigate the system. Colon Cleanse products especially pills, require fiber, and where ever there is fiber plenty of water is required for flushing. Therefore, when choosing Colon Cleanse products, especially those with fiber, you must flush with plenty of water for them to be effective.
The largest portion of the intestinal flora is attached to the colonic wall and will not let go very easily. During the Colonic cleanse purified water is used. This keeps the intestinal flora in balance as it was prior to the treatments. Often the intestinal flora becomes disrupted, however, and it is therefore wise to use a product to bring the intestinal flora back in balance during or immediately after the colon hydrotherapy. Only removal of unfriendly bacteria in the large intestine (colon) occurs. Friendly bacteria is easily replaced. We encourage adding an electrolyte drink in your diet to improve hydration and balance and probiotics to improve the intestinal flora.
30 – 45 minutes per session.
Young children should first be seen by a physician (pediatrician) who will determine the severity of impaction and prescribe a treatment. Based on results and on the advice of the physician Colonic Hydrotherapy may be necessary. A children’s size speculum is used at insertion.
Once a week for two to three weeks in the beginning to loosen impacted fecal matter. After which, we recommend the 5-day Liquid Detox (Level I) to achieve similar or greater results.
No. During a colon hydrotherapy treatment only the colon will be cleansed. At the beginning of the colon there is a valve that stops any flow of water between the colon and the small intestine
With an enema the water does not reach the entire colon and only the bottom section of the colon, the sigmoid, is cleansed. With hydrotherapy the water is dispersed along the entire length of the colon making the cleansing process more intensive.