Colon Health: Prevention of Colon Diseases with Colon Therapy

Colon Health

Colon Health is so important. In humans, the colon is the last organ in the digestive system with the job of extracting water and salt from the solid wastes before these are removed from the body through the anus. As a result of this function, it is also abundant in bacteria that aids in the fermentation of the unabsorbed waste materials.

Since the colon harbors accumulated toxins, impurities and fecal matter, when combined with the bacteria, various illnesses can develop from the simplest constipation to the most serious colon cancer. The good news is that regular colonic therapy aids in colon health and the prevention of these diseases with the assumption that healthy lifestyle habits are also adopted.

Colon Cancer

One of the leading causes of death in the world is colon cancer, which is characterized by cancerous tumors in the rectum, appendix and colon. It is caused by the presence of polyps in the colon that can, in turn, be caused by the failure to remove the accumulated toxins from the colon.

This is where colonic therapy, which eliminates the toxic build-up, becomes very critical. Of course, it is also important to adopt a healthy diet rich in fiber from fruits, vegetables and whole grains while limiting red meat, sugary and starchy foods.

Colon Polyps

As previously mentioned, colon polyps are often the beginnings of colon cancer when not detected and then removed as soon as possible. Colon polyps are small clumps of cells that form on the colon's lining, which often exhibit no symptoms until it is almost too late. You can prevent colon polyps from forming by increasing your daily intake of fiber, calcium and folate, lessening your saturated fat and salt intake, and performing colon cleansing.

Again, Colon therapy works by detoxifying the colon of its harmful build-up of toxins, impurities, mucus and parasites. In the process, the immune system's capacity to ward off infections like cancer is strengthened tenfold.

Spastic Colon

Another term for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), spastic colon is characterized by abdominal pain and cramping as well as alternating episodes of constipation and diarrhea. Spastic colon specifically refers to the increase of the spontaneous contractions of the muscles on the large and small intestines, thus, resulting in spasms.

Colon therapy, with a combination of colonic irrigation and herbal cleansing, helps in the removal of impacted fecal matter found in the colon. As a result, the stool passes through in an easier manner with the added benefit of carrying with it excess mucus, parasites and other impurities. The digestive system then becomes healthier and, thus, irritable bowel syndrome can be avoided.

Diverticulitis

As the name implies, Diverticulitis is the inflammation of one or more of the digestive tract's diverticula, usually in the large intestine. Diverticula are small pouches bulging from the outside wall of the colon. Inflammation is characterized by severe abdominal pain, nausea, fever and significant changes in your bowel movements. helps in the prevention of diverticulitis by cleansing the colon of the toxins and impurities that lead to inflammation. Of course, a healthy, fiber-rich diet is also essential in colon health to ensure that lesser amounts of toxins enter the body.

No matter which disease you’re hoping to prevent or improve, colon therapy will be of significant help. Just ensure that you’re working with a trained colon therapist and that you have regular colonic sessions so as to enjoy colon therapy's optimal benefits.




The Oasis Centre for Colon Therapy
5 Chaucer Rd.
London, ON N6K 1V2
Ph: 519-473-5036
By Appointment Only


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