What is Colonic Irrigation?
Colonic irrigation or colonic hydrotherapy is a gentle and safe therapy that involves the infusion of water into the colon through the rectum. This relaxing and effective treatment does not involve any chemicals or drugs. Maintaining a healthy, well-functioning bowel is crucial for optimal health, yet it is often neglected. When the bloodstream is overloaded with toxic waste, the body’s functionality decreases, making it essential to rid the body of these toxins through colonic hydrotherapy.
Colonic Irrigation at Revitalise Wellness in Preston
Be healthier with a Colonic Irrigation treatment at Revitalise Wellness in Preston. We can help you to look and feel amazing & let your inner beauty shine!
Your highly skilled colon hydrotherapy professional Deborah Gaskell* will use the Hermann colon hydrotherapy device to cleanse the entire colon using filtered water and without the use of drugs and chemicals.
Colonic irrigation – also known as colonic hydrotherapy and colon cleansing – has multiple benefits including improving bloating, aiding colitis symptoms, constipation and indigestion.
*Deborah is a registered member of RICTAT (The International Register of Integrative Colon Hydrotherapists and Trainers). If you are new to colon hydrotherapy, please rest assured that you can use our service with confidence. Deborah will offer you help and advice to help you achieve digestive regularity, experience higher levels of energy and maintain health.
The Bristol Stool Chart is a visual aid that helps colonic irrigation practitioners to classify your stool into one of seven categories based on its consistency and shape. This chart can be used to monitor bowel movements and identify any changes that may indicate a health problem.
The seven categories of stool on the Bristol Stool Chart range from type 1, which is described as separate hard lumps that are difficult to pass, to type 7, which is watery stool with no solid pieces. Types 1 and 2 are classified as constipated stools, while types 3 and 4 are considered normal stools. Types 5 to 7 are classified as diarrhea, with type 5 being considered ideal.
Type 1 stool is usually a sign of constipation and can be caused by a lack of fiber, dehydration, or certain medications. Type 2 stool is also a sign of constipation but may indicate a more severe case. Types 3 and 4 stools are considered ideal and are often associated with a healthy diet and regular bowel movements.
Type 5 stool is a softer stool that is easy to pass, but may indicate a lack of fiber or dehydration if it occurs frequently. Type 6 stool is considered to be loose or mushy, while type 7 is watery and often a sign of diarrhea. Both types 6 and 7 can be caused by a variety of factors including infections, food intolerances, and medication side effects.
The Bristol Stool Chart provides a useful way for individuals to monitor their bowel movements and identify any changes that may indicate a health problem. It is important to note that while type 3 and 4 stools are considered ideal, everyone’s bowel habits are unique and what is normal for one person may not be normal for another. If you are concerned about your bowel movements or notice a significant change, it is always recommended to consult with a recognised Colon Irrigation practitioner.
We think so! Our clients tell us we are their number Colonic Irrigation service and we are proud to have gained a reputation for delivering the best Colonic Irrigation treatments.
Colonic Irrigation treatments start from as little as £60.
All our colonic irrigation treatments are carried out by a fully qualified professional. Deborah Gaskell is a registered member of RICTAT (The International Register of Integrative Colon Hydrotherapists and Trainers).
Most people experience minimal discomfort during their colonic irrigation treatment in our New Longton salon. Often any discomfort is a result of resistance and tension, rest assured your skilled and fully trained therapist will be on hand to help put you at ease.
Also known as a ‘Colonic’, ‘Colonic Lavage’, ‘Colonic Irrigation’ or ‘High Colonic’, colonic hydrotherapy is safe, effective method for cleansing the colon of waste material by repeated, gentle flushing with water.
Since your abdomen will be massaged it is a good idea to eat or drink lightly in the 2 hours immediately preceding a colonic. Also, helpful but not essential, emptying the rectum with a bowel movement just prior to the colonic saves time and permits more to be accomplished.
Most clients report feeling fantastic following a colonic. As soon as the colonic is finished you can carry on with your daily routine. Side effects can include feeling chilled or light headed directly after your treatment.
Book a colonic consultation at Revitalise Wellness in Hutton
Please book in for a complimentary consultation so we can discuss the treatment and what you would like to gain from Colonic Hydrotherapy. Call now on 07707 476999. If you know you would like to go ahead, you can also book online here.
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Colonic Irrigation @
Revitalise Wellness Centre
167A Liverpool Road
Preston PR4 5FE