All About Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning

Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning

Have you heard about colon cleansing, but you are unsure if it is something that would benefit you? Have you already tried an enema just for you to not see as much as of an improvement?

Do you want a better treatment with lasting results? Have you heard about Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning?

In today’s modern society, many people are quick to take laxatives or other supplements to help with cleaning out their large intestines. Unfortunately, these treatments don’t do as much colon cleaning as needed.

Enter in Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning, a state of the art holistic medicine approach proven to help increase the overall health of your body. In this brief article, we will cover just what Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning is and who you can reach out to for more information!

What Is Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning?

Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning, PIOH, involves flushing your colon with large volumes of fluid to remove any stool from your system. Your colon is a large intestine that absorbs salts and water from waste material that travels through your body.

Bacteria in this large intestine break down the remaining material, which then leaves your body through your rectum and anus. There are many people who prefer this type of colon cleanse.

The Association of Registered Colon Hydrotherapists refers to this treatment as convenient, safe, and relatively simple. The main difference between a regular colon cleanse, and a Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning is the type of water used in the procedure.

PIOH uses a unique kind of filtered, ultra purified, and pH balanced water to facilitate the ultimate purification of your body. This water, paired with a colon, spleen, and liver massage, helps rid your body of any unnecessary toxins and waste.

Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning Procedure

This rejuvenating treatment involves inserting a small, lubricated nozzle of a device into your rectum. This device will send water into your colon.

Your licensed professional will control the temperature and pressure of the water, making sure to keep you as comfortable as possible. They will also be there massaging your abdominal area to help remove any gas pockets and waste.

There is an inlet and outlet tube attached to the outside of the nozzle, allowing water to enter into your body and the waste a way to escape. There is no odor as this is a closed system, encapsulating the waste that leaves your body.

The entire process should take about 45 minutes, but there are options for you to have a longer session if you would like. The length of your session depends on your provider and their session times.

About 16 gallons of water will pass through your bowel during the session to ensure a complete cleanse. This functional medicine practice may contain coffee or other herbal infusions to offer additional benefits. Unlike a regular enema, modern colonic hydrotherapies flush out your entire large intestine.

Depending on the facility you go to, you may even be able to see what comes out of your body. Most facilities have a large lit tube that allows you to see your waste, heavy metals, and fungal colonies leave your large intestines.

Cost of Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning

The cost of this service will depend heavily on the practitioner you provide. There are some companies that charge around $300 for an hour of this treatment, whereas others may charge more or less.

Reputable companies, like Rejuvenate Health, charge $275 for an hour of Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning. They offer longer sessions, depending on your needs.

Benefits of Hydrotherapy of the Colon

There are many great benefits that come with cleaning out your colon. Did you know that it takes between 33 to 36 hours for food to move through your entire colon?

Just think about all the food you eat each day! There is so much waste that you need to move throughout your body so that you can your body can continue to function as it should.

Weight Loss

Most practitioners who practice Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning suggest that this type of hydrotherapy helps clients lose weight. Of course, everyone’s body is different, and they will each produce different results.

As you remove any backed up fecal matter, you are sure to lose weight temporarily, as your colon will start its process of creating and releasing fecal matter. If you are overweight and there is a lot of fecal matter in your body that needs to be removed, this hydrotherapy will help kick start your weight loss journey.

Improved immune System

Your immune system works as hard as it can to make sure that you are as healthy as you should be. Sometimes we let life get in the way of keeping us as healthy as we can.

For example, we consume foods that back up our intestines, which can sit in our system for quite some time. If they sit there for a long time, they start to affect other parts of your body, reducing the health of your overall immune system. A Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning procedure will help to release the waste in your body, allowing your body to achieve optimal health.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Colonic irrigation can help treat your symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, also known as IBS. In a 2016 study with 18 participants who had irritable bowel syndrome, they reported they had improved symptoms after their hydrotherapy.

Their improved symptoms included lesser abdominal pain, constipation, and diarrhea. They also reported that they were more satisfied with their bowel movements and weren’t as bothered with their IBS symptoms.

Possibly Reduces the Risk of Colon Cancer

Many lifestyle factors can contribute to a person getting colon cancer, such as lack of physical activity. If you are overweight and consume a diet low in vegetables and fruit, you increase your risk for colon cancer.

Colon cancer forms as a result of cells in your rectum or colon growing out of control. Sometimes these abnormal growths form in your colon, and they turn into cancer over time.

A Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning will help to cleanse out your colon to prevent any growths from growing out of control. Your practitioner may also recommend that you have a more balanced diet with exercise for longer lasting results.

Possible Side Effects

With any procedure you undergo, there are possible side effects that you should be aware of. People who have experienced this type of treatment have reported some stomach cramping and the feeling of fullness.

Other possible side effects:

  • Diarrhea
  • Stomach bloating
  • Anal soreness

Everyone will experience different side effects as everyone’s body is different. Overall, many report bloating or feeling of fullness during the procedure.

After the procedure, they report feeling relieved and lighter. Make sure that you first get a consultation from a reputable Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning practitioner to ensure that you are the right candidate for this type of hydrotherapy.

How to Find a Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning Provider

As mentioned earlier, you will need to locate someone who offers this type of service. Make sure that you don’t just go to any company to have this procedure completed. If you are concerned about the procedure, you can reach out to a reputable provider to ask any questions or concerns.

You will make sure to find someone who does not reuse their instruments. If they do, there is a risk that you could contract an infection.

When you find a few companies that offer this service, be sure to check out their reviews. The Better Business Bureau accredits most Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning companies.

You can use third-party review platforms such as Google or Yelp to better understand what customers liked and disliked about the service and the facility.

How Is This Different From an Enema?

Sure, when you call around to different facilities that offer Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning, you may wonder what the main difference is between this and an enema. You can do an enema at home to clean out a portion of your colon, but it does not completely clean out your large intestine.

This procedure uses specific technology and techniques to make sure that you properly clean out your colon. Enemas are short term solutions for constipation or other irritable bowel issues, but they do not take out any heavy metals or other backed up materials.

Who Should Avoid Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning?

If you had prior colon surgery, you might want to avoid getting Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning. Anyone with heart disease or kidney disease should also avoid getting this type of treatment.

Even if you have these conditions and still want to consider getting a PIOH, make sure that you get a consultation first. During your consultation, the provider will ask you many health-related questions to make sure that you are a good candidate for the treatment.

How Often Do You Need a PIOH Treatment?

The number of times that you need to get a Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning treatment will depend on you and your personal needs. In general, candidates will need to do more than one treatment to see the total result.

The core theory of this treatment includes hydration, drainage, and aerobic supplementation. Once your practitioner has a better idea of your health goals, they will let you know how your treatment plan should look.

Hydration

As mentioned earlier, PIOH uses ultra-purified pH balanced water. The colon has a unique ability to absorb large amounts of water. When you use the right type of water, you help enable your colon to drain unwanted waste properly.

Drainage

When you use specific techniques in combination with hydration techniques, you can trigger your colon to drain appropriately. As stated earlier, you may need to have more than one Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning session for your body to adapt to the procedure and drain waste properly.

Crucial drainage responses involve muscular wavelike contractions and systemic responses such as lymphatic mesentery. Only a certified and trained Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning practitioner can verify these responses.

They will be able to see how your body reacts to each session and use that data further to evaluate these sessions impact on your overall health. The responses can be used to measure your progress towards your health goals.

Aerobic Supplementation

In addition to water, oxygen is one of the most critical substances a person requires to maintain or recover their health. When your practitioners incorporate polyatomic oxygen as an efficient and effective component in your sessions, it helps to dramatically enhance your body’s ability to heal and detoxify itself.

Most colon hydrotherapists ignore this critical component of Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning. This is why it is best to receive treatment from a certified PIOH practitioner.

Licensing Needed for PIOH

When you go to look for a reputable practitioner, you will want to make sure they carry the proper licenses and certifications. Ensure that they have appropriate credentials from the National Board for Colon Hydrotherapy or the International Association for Colon Hydrotherapy. If a practitioner does not have these certifications, you may want to look elsewhere.

Schedule Your Consultation Today!

Precision Intestinal Oxidative Hydrotoning is an excellent rejuvenating treatment that comes with many different health benefits. If you are curious about the treatment and want to see if it is a good fit for you, contact us to set up your consultation.

Our team will ask you all the necessary questions to ensure that you are the right candidate for this type of treatment. We will also do our best to ensure that this experience is as comfortable as possible.

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