Colon hydrotherapy, also known as colon irrigation or colonic irrigation, is a complementary medical treatment that is meant to cleanse the colon by flushing it with water. An enema, on the other hand, is a procedure in which a small amount of fluid is introduced into the rectum and lower intestine through the anus. Doing this can support and enhance a healthy digestive system.
The main difference between colonics and enemas is the amount of fluid used and the area of the colon that is cleansed. Colonics involve the introduction of a larger amount of fluid into the colon, which is then drained out along with any waste or debris that has been loosened. Enemas, on the other hand, involve the introduction of a smaller amount of fluid into the lower part of the colon, typically for the purpose of relieving constipation or preparing for a medical procedure.
The right choice for someone will depend on their individual needs and circumstances. If you are experiencing chronic constipation or other digestive issues, colon hydrotherapy may be a good option to consider. However, if you are simply looking to relieve occasional constipation or prepare for a medical procedure, an enema may be a more appropriate choice.
It is always a good idea to review the benefits and risks of colonics for overall health and wellness and to speak with your healthcare provider before undergoing any colon cleansing treatment, to ensure your safety and comfort. And when you’re ready to get started with an appointment, call Brandy Mason for a private session in a beautiful home in Carmel, Indiana.