During a colon hydrotherapy session, you can expect to lie on a comfortable table while a small tube is gently inserted into your rectum. The practitioner will then slowly introduce water into your colon, which will help to soften and loosen any waste or debris that may be present. The water will then be drained from the colon, along with any waste that has been loosened.
The treatment typically lasts for 30-45 minutes, although the exact duration may vary depending on the individual and the clinic. Some people may experience cramping or bloating during the treatment, but this should be temporary and should subside once the water has been drained from the colon.
After the treatment, you may be advised to rest for a short period of time before resuming your normal activities. It is also important to drink plenty of water and eat a light, healthy diet to help your body continue to flush out waste and support good digestive health.
It is important to note that colon hydrotherapy is not recommended for everyone, and you should speak with your healthcare provider if you have any concerns or questions. It is also important to only undergo colon hydrotherapy at a reputable clinic or office, with trained and certified practitioners, to ensure your safety and comfort.