Colonic Hydrotherapy is a modern method of cleansing the intestines. In modern urban environments, people are exposed to many unfavourable factors (e.g. bad ecology, stress, unhealthy lifestyle, fast food craze, hypodynamia) that directly affect the condition of peoples internal organs, especially the intestines.
In the past, scientists noticed that most infections begin in the intestines and made the first attempts to improve and purify the digestive tract by using an enema hollow cane or plant laxatives. In the 1920s, the first devices appeared in the USA intended for washing and irrigating of the intestines, which, despite their imperfections, quickly gained popularity.
Nowadays, colonic irrigation still holds its importance and modern technologies now not only improves the general condition of the intestines and the body but also gets rid of toxins and accumulated poisons.
Colonic Hydrotherapy is a procedure aimed to cleanse the intestine with large amounts of liquid. During the procedure, up to 20 litres of aqueous solutions are passed through the intestine of the patient. Intestinal cleansing not only beneficially normalizes the condition of the large & small intestines, liver and kidneys but also has a powerful healing effect on the entire body.
The procedure is performed by specialists in modern medical centres, SPA-clinics, sanatoriums and beauty salons. This popular treatment not only restores the functionality of the internal organs and digestive tract but also strengthen the immune system, relieve allergies, skin diseases, chronic fatigue and other chronic sores.
Many fans of the treatment say the following advantages of colonic irrigation: It improves the appearance of the skin. It becomes clean and acquires a healthy, radiant appearance and prevents acne from appearing again. It stops constipation and removes extra weight. Your overall well-being improves and removes any discomfort in the abdomen that was previously present.
To set up a program of many procedures, the physician approaches individually and prescribes the required number of treatment sessions, taking into account the patient’s weight, his state of health and any presence of concomitant diseases.