In an ideal world if…
We went to bed when the sun sets and woke up at sunrise….
Ate good wholesome food, which we not only prepared ourselves but sat and calmly ate with our family…
Lived a stress free life, then we probably wouldn’t need colonic hydrotherapy as our liver is the most amazing detox bit of kit ever designed!
However unfortunately modern life means that we are awoken early by an alarm clock, normally when its still dark, we are immediately stressed out trying to get the kids to school whilst buttering toast and wondering if we can find matching shoes for parents evening. We eat on the go , work on the go and sometimes find we don’t go! We can find ourselves over worked and rundown.
Colon hydrotherapy is a great way to jumpstart your journey to a healthier happier version of you! Its a safe and effective way of flushing toxins from your body which can improve not only weight issues but leave you with amazing skin, nails and healthy looking hair. Also you will have improved mental clarity as ridding ourselves of toxins is not only good for the body but excellent for the mind. If you suffer from constipation or IBS colonic therapy could be just what you need! Your energy levels will soar, sleep will be enhanced and you will feel less stressed.
Ideally between 3 – 5 sessions taken quite close together can work wonders! Even just one session can be beneficial, it will get rid of that horrible bloated feeling. Let us at THE CLEANSE help rejuvenate you from the inside out.
Additionally, there are several things you can do to keep your colon clean and your digestive system healthy. Regularly snack on raw fruits and vegetables. Many have fantastic fiber content to keep your bowels moving regularly. You should exercise regularly too, an active body is a more healthy body, and a more healthy body has better functioning processes.
The Cleanse does not dispense medical advice, prescribe, or diagnose illness.
Colonic Hydrotherpay at The Cleanse is not intended to be a substitute for conventional medical services. If you have a severe medical condition or health concern, see your doctor or health specialist.