Colonic irrigation in Bristol

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 25th December 2018

Colonic irrigation in Bristol is one of the most effective therapies for healing the body. It helps in the fight against parasites, improves metabolism and copes with dysbacteriosis.

The accumulation of faeces leads not only to impaired digestion but creates conditions for parasitic infections. Washing the bowel creates an opportunity for a more complete cure for helminthiasis. However, anthelmintic drugs are the basis of treatment.

Recommendation

If you suspect the presence of worms, the following treatment regimen is recommended:

  1. two bowel cleansing sessions to improve drug access to the parasite;
  2. then, taking antihelminthic drugs;
  3. finally, three to four colonics for washing out dead helminths and their toxins.

The course of Colonic irrigation in Bristol improves metabolism, which, in turn, causes the weight loss of patients. This treatment reduces the belly and increases the tone of the anterior abdominal wall, which has a beneficial effect on the shape of the body.

As experience shows, weight loss during the course ranges from two to five kilograms. We have noticed that patients undergoing colon hydrotherapy seek a balanced diet after the procedure.

Treatment of dysbiosis by Colonic irrigation in Bristol

One of the main indications for Colonic irrigation in Bristol is dysbiosis. This is a fairly common condition. The basis of this pathology is a violation of the intestinal microflora, a decrease in the quantity and quality of normal microflora and (or) the appearance of pathogenic one.

There is an opinion that the normal microflora is washed away by colonic hydrotherapy, but this opinion is erroneous. The fact is that the intestinal microflora cannot be removed mechanically. The body loses up to a billion microorganisms with each excretion, but the flora is instantly restored due to the enormous speed of microbial reproduction.

Treatment

The pathogenic flora, closely associated with faecal deposits, is removed predominantly by colon hydrotherapy. Thus, intestinal lavage does not flush the probiotics, but, on the contrary, allows to adjust and improve its composition.

To date, a unique course has been developed for the treatment of dysbacteriosis, which includes sessions of colon hydrotherapy in combination with the direct introduction of probiotic implants into the bowels what is necessary for each individual.