Good Reasons for Colon Hydrotherapy
The amazing design of the colon does its job well — for most of us. For others, there are problems. What is it about the colon in today's world that makes cleaning it a great idea? There are many reasons, but let's consider just a few:
- Colon cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Around 130,000 Americans are diagnosed with colon cancer annually.
- Digestive disorders, such as irritable bowel syndrome, bring countless people to the doctor's office, but doctors often have very little success with healing these disorders.
- Candida-related illnesses plague an ever-growing number of people with confusing symptoms every day.
- Chemical sensitivities are common, though often go unrecognized and undiagnosed.
Health problems such as these indicate that the colon needs more attention than we are giving it.
Colon cleansing can be an effective tool for many people to improve their health.
One specific example of the benefits of colon cleansing can be examined by looking at the role that the gallbladder plays in the body. The gallbladder, a digestive organ, stores bile, releasing it after meals for fat digestion. Bile also helps to carry acids out of the body. During a colon hydrotherapy session, there is often a tremendous release of bile. In this way, the body is able to overcome acidity, which is a common cause of many illnesses.
At this point you might ask, "Doesn't the colon clean itself? We don't clean any of our other internal body parts." Actually, we do! We clean our teeth and gums. We need to, or else we would all suffer from more cavities and more gum disease. Just as we brush to maintain the health of our teeth and gums, it is plain good sense to "brush" our colon. As with the mouth, our colon is harmed, often without our awareness, by our daily choices. We all regularly ingest substances that, while passing through the colonic barrier, often break down this important immune barrier. Because of our environmental influences, we risk losing our good health. Keeping harmful bacteria and yeast, environmental toxins, and undigested food particles from our systemic circulation is a key role that the colon plays in keeping us healthy.