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The number of colonic irrigation sessions needed will depend on the overall health of the colon, as well as one's overall health goals. If there is a short-term goal, such as relieving constipation, a therapist may be able to provide an idea of how many sessions it will take to achieve the desired result. If there is a broader goal, such as boosting overall health and vitality, it might be helpful to make monthly or bi-monthly colonic irrigation sessions a part of one's routine.
On its own, a round of colonic irrigation typically takes about 45 minutes. But plan on at least an hour total to account for getting undressed and other preparation. The first session could last as long as 90 minutes, since the therapist will need to complete an intake procedure to assess the client’s medical history.
Do hydrate with healthful beverages such as water, herb teas, and raw juices in the days following a colonic irrigation session. Do help the body restore its electrolytes by consuming colloidal minerals, algae or herb teas intended to achieve this effect. Do take a good probiotic to help the gastrointestinal tract restore good flora and bacteria after a colonic irrigation session. Don't consume caffeinated beverages or alcohol in the three days immediately following colonic irrigation, as these may irritate the colon. Don't consume foods that are fried and/or fatty until at least two days after colonic irrigation, since these foods may be difficult for a recovering colon to digest.
In the two hours prior to a colonic irrigation session: Abstain from eating and drinking. In the 24 hours prior to a colonic irrigation session: Abstain from red meat, alcohol, and carbonated beverages. Replace these foods and beverages with fresh fruits and vegetables. Also try to avoid foods that can cause flatulence, such as beans and cabbage.
Colonic irrigation might be helpful if the following conditions apply: Chronic constipation: Over the years, mucus and sludge can accumulate in your colon. This condition is known as an impacted colon, and it can narrow the pathways available for defecation, leading to chronic constipation. If you experience infrequent bowel movements, colonic irrigation may flush out the waste and provide relief. Fatigue, headaches or backaches: These might be symptoms of an impacted colon, and colonic irrigation may work to expel the toxins that can cause these issues. Acne, bad breath or excessive body odor: Acne, bad breath and excessive body odor can also indicate an impacted colon, and colonic irrigation may be helpful in getting to the root of these problems.

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