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Colonic Irrigation London & Colonic Irrigation Information

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Published on Jun 8, 2012

Colonic Irrigation London
http://heavenlyspa.co.uk Colonic irrigation is drastically increasing in popularity, with approximately 6,000 people in Britain having a colonic irrigation each month. Just a few years ago, it was not a treatment seen often in spa's, but now it is more usual to see colonic irrigation offered than not. That being said, colonic irrigation is not a newly discovered treatment. Colonic irrigation was used regularly in hospitals until recently. There are a number of celebrities who have publicised the benefits of colonic irrigation in the past, including Jennifer Aniston, Britney Spears, Madonna and even Princess Diana.

Many people still have misconceptions about colonic irrigation, but when it is carried out by professionals specifically trained in colonic irrigation in a safe and hygienic environment, colonic irrigation can be highly beneficial to health and wellbeing. Colonic irrigation has been said to improve conditions such as acne, anxiety, persistent runny nose and cold, bladder infections, poor memory, low sex drive, halitosis, allergies, and indigestion.

Colonic irrigation is a natural treatment. By stimulating the bowel, colonic irrigation uses the natural muscular and nerve mechanisms within the body. The process of colonic irrigation infuses warm, sterilised and filtered water into the colon to gently loosen and stimulate the release of built up fecal matter. The water is heated to around body temperature and goes through a special filtration process. The colonic irrigation treatment is relaxing and refreshing, with many clients feeling full of energy and rejuvenated after their colonic irrigation. An estimated sixty litres of water is used in one colonic irrigation. The water pressure is constantly controlled throughout the procedure, and is actually lower than normally generated during a bowel movement. A colonic irrigation treatment usually takes about thirty to forty-five minutes.

Colonic irrigation is very effective at relieving the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and constipation. Colonic irrigation stimulates the muscles in the colon, helping to build up their strength. In conjunction with a healthy diet, regular colonic irrigation treatments can help to restore the colons strength, dramatically improving the symptoms of constipation. In many cases, colonic irrigation has been recommended by a clients doctor. Colonic irrigation continues to aid to release of waste even after the treatment is over, but with that being said, it is important to note that colonic irrigation is not a cure for chronic bowel conditions.

The improvements felt after a colonic irrigation are not just in the colon. As a colonic irrigation eliminates toxins, helping to detox and internally tone the body, clients have noted improvements in the condition of their skin, their muscle tone, their immune system - not to mention a drastically reduced feeling of bloatedness. A colonic irrigation is a cleansing process for the whole body, it also leaves clients feeling clear-headed and light. Colonic irrigation is very popular amongst those detoxing their bodies, and is a key treatment for this purpose.

There are absolutely no side effects to colonic irrigation. A small number of people have
experienced some mild discomfort during their treatment. This is usually caused by the client tensing their muscles during their colonic irrigation treatment, so it is important to relax. One some occasions, the colon muscles will suddenly contract during the colonic irrigation session. This feels like a light cramp and is an indication that the colonic irrigation is making the muscles work. These episodes, if they occur, are short and easily tolerated. If pain or discomfort is felt during the colonic irrigation treatment, it is important to notify the therapist.

By using a spa with registered professionals trained in colonic irrigation, you should be put at ease and treated in the most professional way. When you at arrive at your first appointment, your therapist should explain the colonic irrigation procedure and welcome any questions you may have.

Some colonic irrigations treatments use herbal infusions in the warm, filtered water, which the therapist should explain before the treatment. In some cases, a friendly bacteria implant may be given after the colonic irrigation treatment, but again this will be explained by the therapist.

Colonic irrigation may not be suitable for everyone, and if in doubt you should check with your doctor. Suffers of infections or inflammations such as Crohns disease, diverticulitis, haemorrhoids, and ulcerative colitis should not have a colonic irrigation until they are in remission or healed.
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Heavenly Spa 1 Chilworth Mews, London W2 3RG

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