Colonic irrigation in Merton

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 10th December 2018
Colonic irrigation in Brent. Cleansing the intestines at home

Colonic irrigation in Merton is one of the best methods for cleansing and healing the body with water and re-sculpting the colon.

Thanks to this therapeutic method, you can get the following:

  • healthy intestines;
  • good digestion;
  • re-sculpted and independent colon;
  • beautiful, healthy skin;
  • strong immune system;
  • beautiful body shape.

Colonic irrigation in Merton utilises specialised equipment using a large amount of running water or up to 20 to 30 litres of solution. Besides, the practitioner tracks the whole process. The method is based on complete bowel cleansing with water, during which the colon is repeatedly filled with water and emptied.

Currently, colonic treatments are available at our Holborn location in the centre of London.


That is to say, the maximum pressure created in the bowel does not exceed 100 millibars. It allows a therapist to carry out a complete cleaning of the intestine gently for the patient. Moreover, it is safe to do it for three to five sessions at intervals of one to three days. So, intestinal lavage takes 25 to 45 minutes, using 20 to 25 litres of water, which is typical.

In short, the primary therapeutic factors of colonic hydrotherapy are

  • hydro-massage of the large intestine;
  • temperature variation as an analogue of a contrast shower;
  • irrigation of the bowel with mineral water or herbal extract;
  • stimulation of the reflexogenic zones of the autonomic nervous system, the so-called “intestinal nervous system”.

This method favourably affects other digestive system organs such as the liver, pancreas and biliary tract and normalises intestinal microflora.

Indications for colonic irrigation in Merton

The list of implications for colonic irrigation in Merton can be pretty extensive. Also, only the doctor should determine the necessity of that. Furthermore, he must take into account the history, the presence of chronic diseases and complaints:

  • intestinal dysfunction such as persistent constipation, diarrhoea, intestinal dyskinesia;
  • helminthiasis;
  • overweight;
  • bulimia;
  • haemorrhoids exacerbations;
  • the intoxication of the body, including alcohol as well as drugs;
  • gynaecological diseases such as cervical erosion and colpitis;
  • skin diseases such as psoriasis, acne, etc.;
  • weakened immune system;
  • migraines as well as other types of headaches;
  • prostatitis, reduced potency in men;
  • chronic fatigue syndrome;
  • Allergic diseases, including bronchial asthma:
  • severe flatulence;
  • preparation for the study of the colon the colonoscopy;
  • preparing for pregnancy