Nutritionists and medical professionals agree that the normal time it should take for food to progress through the body is approximately 24 hours, with 1-2 bowel movements per day. This is commonly referred to as transit time. If you regularly find that it is taking longer than this for meals to travel through your system, it could indicate that your body would benefit from colonic irrigation treatment. On the contrary, if you find that your body’s transit time is usually quicker than 24 hours, it could also be a strong indicator that you would feel the benefits of one of our treatment packages.
Colonic irrigation is the process of using warm, purified water to purge the body of any residual blockages and toxins, preventing health risks such as arthritis, migraines and asthma, before they have the chance to arise. A lot of our clients find that it is the best way to relieve symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), which can cause an overwhelming amount of discomfort and distraction in your everyday life. At eternalbeing however, we practice colonic hydrotherapy, which includes the gentle application of specialised massage techniques to ease the release of stored matter in the bowel.
We’ve all made promises to ourselves to eat better, go to the gym more, and generally live a healthier lifestyle, but taking that first step is often the hardest. Colonic irrigation is proven to reduce bloating and ensure a healthier metabolism, putting you in the driving seat to start a new, healthier regime. The purging effect of a colonic hydrotherapy session is also an excellent way to create the right mindset to make positive changes to your lifestyle today!
The majority of our highly satisfied clients report that the benefits of colonic hydrotherapy extend well beyond the bowel, into multiple aspects of their life. Studies suggest that by getting rid of the stress brought on by blockages in the colon, people come to benefit from a brighter outlook, and a noticeable increase in energy and vitality. It’s a common misconception that colonic irrigation can be uncomfortable, and in some cases even painful.