Clean Colon for a Healthy Ending
Apr 14, 2011 05:55PM
● By Kimberle Smith
Hydrotherapy is a method of colon cleansing using constant warm water lavage by means of a contained temperature and pressure controlled device administered by a trained technician. Why consider Colon Hydro-therapy? Autointoxication caused by a buildup of toxins in the colon leads to a buildup of toxins in the bloodstream which compromises the immune system. Rectal suppositories are commonly used to rapidly administer drugs. Could toxins also be quickly entering the bloodstream from the colon? Colon cleansing impacts the nervous system. In fact, a wide range of symptoms such as fatigue, irritability, headache, weight gain, low energy can be relieved by the introduction of water into the colon to re-hydrate and remove dried on fecal matter. The prostate gland is located right on top of the bowel. The toxins formed from constipation go directly to the prostate gland; an overload of toxins causes inflammation, pain and worse.
Colon cleansing can clear up many chronic, painful, and debilitating prostate conditions. Have you ever experienced IBS, ED, gout, allergies, the common cold, or frequent urination? Bladder trouble may arise in either sex. Crowding and pressure results in decreased capacity of the colon requiring one to empty more frequently than normal. If your bowel movements are slow or thick and smelly, a colonic could benefit you by rehydrating hard impacted feces in your colon and removing it.
Colon Hydro-therapy is now an accepted pre operative procedure. In research at the Institute: Gastroenterology, Danbury Hospital this conclusion was drawn: The quality of colon cleansing, overall tolerance, comfort, and convenience were significantly better in patients who experienced pre-op Hydro-therapy than in patients who used traditional methods for bowel preparation prior to colonoscopy.
Kimberle Smith, LMT/CT has been administering colon therapy since 1994. Kim approaches her work with a holistic outlook that includes guiding her clients towards dietary and lifestyle changes to attain their health goals. Her office is located at 950 N. Courtenay Parkway in Merritt Island. For more information call 321-960-0444.