When you do an enema, make sure to resist the urge to use the restroom for as long as possible. If possible, get physically active to help loosen up the contaminants in your digestive system. When you absolutely cannot avoid going to the restroom, make sure to stay there for about 15 minutes. Your digestive system works in waves, so the water from the enema is going to come out in waves as well. After about thirty minutes, you will feel a lot better, this is because your body is not as full of toxins as it was before.
If this was your first enema, you won’t feel as cleaned out as people who have been doing it for a long time, but you cannot get rid of years of toxic build up in one cleansing.
Years Worth of Toxic Build Up
Just like any other part of your body, your intestines and colon are not completely smooth. This means that it can trap in toxins and waste in astronomical amounts over time. This build up can make you feel sluggish, weak, lethargic, and bogged down.
By ridding your body of this build up, your digestive system can function properly and it will be able to absorb the nutrients your body is seeking from the food you eat. You will also feel more energetic since you do not have unnecessary waste sitting around in your digestive system, weighing you down.
Enemas Increase Heath Quality
It doesn’t matter how you look at it, having built up toxins in your system can cause a serious impact on your health. Over time, you can develop colon cancer, or other types of cancer. Your digestive system is no longer able to pull the nutrients you need from your food, and you begin to fell rundown.
Would you believe it if you were told that the biggest reason you feel lethargic today is because of the dinner you ate last month? For many people, this is a huge possibility, and for others, it is a probability. Using enemas, you can increase your energy, digestion, and overall life energy.