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Colon Hydrotherapy
Colon hydrotherapy (colonic irrigation) is a body-based hydrotherapy treatment.


During a colon hydrotherapy session, water is gently introduced into the large intestine through the anus in a controlled manner by a qualified therapist. The purpose of colon hydrotherapy is to achieve optimal bowel function through the restoration of fluid, matter and gas balance - removal of excess wastes and exercise to the large intestine for the benefit of assisting absorption, assimilation and elimination which is instrumental in maintaining health and well being of the body and mind.


At your first appointment the therapist will take a full medical case history, and will explain the procedure and treatment process to you. Do not hesitate to ask any questions. You do not need to make any special changes to your diet or lifestyle before a treatment, however many people choose to have a treatment when embarking upon a new health regime.


A brief rectal exam will be carried out and then a speculum is gently introduced into the rectum. This procedure should not be painful. If you feel any pain or discomfort please inform your therapist.

 

An inlet and outlet tube are attached to the outside of the speculum to provide a through-flow of water going in, and water and waste going out. The waste is piped away, and since the whole system is closed, there is no odour.

 

You will initially be requested to lie on your left side to allow the speculum to be gently inserted, your therapist will then ask you to turn onto your back.

 

To assist elimination of waste and gas pockets your therapist may use gentle abdominal massage techniques.


Coffee: 

Why not have a coffee implant during your colonic treatment? The coffee will be infused in the colon and has to stay there 12-15 minutes.

As the coffee is retained in your bowel, the fluid goes through your intestinal wall and through the portal vein to your liver. The stimulating effects and healing compounds of coffee jumpstart your liver and gallbladder. The contents of the coffee acts as a detoxifier in the liver, and the caffeine is therapeutic and has been found to open up the bile ducts and thereby increase bile production and flow.

In addition to the coffee’s support in your detox process, these implants may also aid relaxation, a better mood, more energy, refreshing sleep and greater mental clarity. Coffee implants are also known to be a pain reliever.



Nutrition advice



Good nutrition is the foundation stone to a healthy well functioning body, but in our fast-paced world one that tends to get forgotten due to family stresses and business committments. When entering into one of the programmes mentioned above Inside & Out will supply thorough, well-documented nutrition advice.

Inside & Out can advise on regular nutrition and detox programmes both of which are designed to promote optimum health and well being.

Weight loss



Inside & Out offers professional and thorough advice on weight management. The consultations reach out to all those who wish to lose weight, whether you have tried and failed or are venturing on your first session of weight loss. Inside & Out promotes a healthy but interesting diet to keep you on track and our regular sessions will help keep you up to date on your progress. With our guidiance and nutrition plans you will be on your way to healthy and long lasting weight loss

Each and every body is diiferent and because of this individual consideration is given to each client, we deal with personal food plans and excercise, all especially tailored to your own limitations and possibilites. Both individual and group consultations can be given.

Being overweight is an increasing problem and for overweight individuals the excess weight often causes major consequences of a physical and mental nature. Clients often find it difficult to overcome a weight problem, not least due to many different opinions and myths and that is where we help, right at the start.  At Inside & Out the weight loss program is based on the guidelines from the Danish Ministry of Health and the Danish Exercise and Nutrition Council.