Bowels cleansing with fasting

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 1st October 2018

During fasting, the body gets rid of toxins and harmful substances. Wellness fasting is divided into three types: absolute, complete and periodic, or partial. Cleansing the intestines with fasting shows good results, but you need to do it carefully, so as not to harm the digestive tract.
Absolute fasting is the exclusion of food and water.
Absolute fasting usually does not take longer than 1 day. It should only be used under medical supervision.
Complete fasting is the exclusion of food, but the use of water.
Complete fasting is subdivided into short (1-3 days), medium duration (7-10 days) and prolonged – 2 weeks or more. Longer than 40 days fasting is not recommended.
Periodic, or partial, fasting is the partial exclusion of certain foods from the menu.
Periodic fasting allows you to purify the body of self-poisoning products and thereby cure or prolong its youth. For a complete purification of the body, it is enough to do without food 24-36 hours once a week, 3 days a month, 1 week in 3 months and 2 weeks in six months. This fasting is called periodic.

Cleaning bowel fasting and colonic irrigation

Cleansing the bowel is a mandatory procedure for most beginners to practice fasting. Cleansing the bowels with fasting is useful, but first, you need to remove accumulated waste from the body. An enema is used in most such cases.
Firstly, everyone should be able to use an enema. Firstly, everyone should be able to use an enema, since this is one of the hygienic procedures that should be taught at a school in the classes of The Basics of Life Safety since its application can significantly alleviate a person’s condition in various diseases and in various emergency situations.
Secondly, you need to use an enema during fasting, especially during the first stages of mastering the method and better know how to do it in advance.
Thirdly, the preliminary cleansing of the intestine is essential because of the massive pollution of this vital organ, the cleanup of which at the early stages of fasting is spent most of the body’s energy. Later, when you have enough experience of fasting, you can do without cleansing the intestines. But without this, you can not do at the initial stages.
Cleaning the intestines with fasting and enema can be done at home, but it is better to consult a doctor beforehand. Colonic Irrigation administered by a certified colonic therapist shows excellent efficiency and safety in our clinic since you are under the supervision of a professional.