A safe and effective cleansing
Inside Health in Oakville is proud to offer Colon Hydrotherapy to residents of Oakville and its surrounding areas.
Colon hydrotherapy is a safe, effective method of removing waste from the large intestine, without the use of drugs. By introducing filtered and temperature regulated water into the colon, waste is softened and loosened, resulting in evacuation through natural peristalsis. This process is repeated a few times during a session. For best results, colon hydrotherapy is best used in conjunction with adequate nutrient and fluid intake, as well as exercise. At Inside Health, our state-of-the-art technology promotes both the safety and sanitation of this popular cleansing practice.
Improve your digestive health
All health problems stem from poor digestive health — for example, stomach pains, abdominal cramps, chronic fatigue, constipation, low energy, headaches and allergic reactions can all be traced back partially to problems with waste elimination and congestion. Poor digestive health can easily cause sluggishness, irritation, irritability, low energy, and changes in appetite. That’s because unreleased food and waste particles can cause mucus and bacteria to ferment and form in the colon, which might result in “toxins” being released back into the bloodstream when they’re circulated.
Improve body functions
Colon hydrotherapy raises the level of the functioning of the whole body. As previously stated, response to treatment is quicker and more effective after the administration of a series of colonic irrigations. A few of the many common benefits are: the cleansing, antiseptic and solvent action on the intestines; hastens healing of the colon and thereby, elsewhere; has an anthelmintic action (removes worms or parasites); increases circulation, increases elimination through bowels and kidneys; assists the efficiency of the cardio-vascular and circulatory system; helps to tone the colon and promote peristalsis; can help to calm the nervous system.
Improving therapeutic outcome
Depending on the session, the colon therapist may add various healing agents, including organic coffee, aloe vera, bentonite clay, probiotics, liquid chlorophyll, and peppermint.