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Please fill out our questionnaire before your treatment.
Follow our after care guide, where we list all the things you should be doing after the treatment.
During the 24 hours leading up to your treatment avoid fizzy drinks, alcohol, caffeine and red meat.
Try to drink plenty of water and keep to light meals.
On the day of your treatment refrain from eating 1 hour before your session.
Here at HydroWellbeing we are aware of how important modesty is to our clients (you can be assured that coverage is apparent at all times.)
Once you are ready for your treatment a sterilised disposable nozzle called a speculum will be very gently inserted by your therapist. We aim to make you as comfortable as possible so that you may achieve a relaxing and rewarding session.
The process includes special liquids or water being inserted into the colon to clean the colon. A small tube that will carry the liquids is inserted into the rectum carefully not to cause pain; once the tube is placed in the rectum, the therapist will gently twist on the tubing system for liquid or water to flow into the colon. The liquid is warm and purified, while the tubing is disposable and never used for more than one session. In time when you feel filled with water, the flow of the liquid will be reversed to evacuate all waste from the colon and the process will begin again for the duration of the session.
The number of treatments needed varies from client to client depending on their personal goals and the reason for having a treatment.
A client may simply want one treatment, followed up by regular maintenance treatments once a month. Usually though, a larger number of clients will decide on a course of several treatments, this is because the colon is often full of gas and stubborn faecal matter that may be resistant to dislodging in the first couple of session.
Client's often choose our Detox programs to kick start a healthier lifestyle and see great results! It is recommended that a course of 6 to 10 treatments within a short period of time (1 or 2 treatments a week) is very helpful in achieving ones goal.
An enema only reaches the rectum and lower part of the colon, whereas with colon hydrotherapy, the entire length of the colon (the large intestinal tract approximately 5 to 5½ feet in length) is reached. Colon hydrotherapy is much more effective.