Diseases of the large intestine
The large intestine is very susceptible to stress and it is subject to stress almost every day. The colon is the last section of the gastrointestinal tract, where all the remains of undigested food gather. It is the habitat of approximately 35 types of toxins which are very dangerous to health. Dysfunctions of large intestine, constipations or diarrhoea, all contribute to the formation of stercolith on the walls of the large intestine. The lazy bowel syndrome may promote deformations such as: strictures, expansion, distension, contraction, prolapse, and may even evolve to neoplastic lesions.
Dropped large intestine – dropping refers to the transverse section of the large intestine. Dropping is caused by the accumulation of large amounts of faecal masses in the intestine. The dropping section of the intestine may exert pressure on the urinary bladder, uterus, or the prostatic gland (prostate), which may lead to the development of other serious conditions. These problems most often concern overweight people.
Diverticulosis – when food debris become hard and dehydrated, it is more difficult to move them along the colon. The associated increase in pressure contributes to the formation of a "bulge" in the intestine wall. In such bulges, which are called diverticulums, gather food debris. The diverticulums grow and after some time an inflammation is developed, which then results in cramplike pains of the abdomen and fever. This condition is called diverticulitis (inflammation of the diverticulum). Proper hygiene is indispensable in such cases, as well as proper diet.
Distension – this condition often concerns the sigmoid colon (end section of the intestine). Chronic constipation may lead to considerable expansion of the intestine wall, where a large amount of food debris is accumulated. The filled, distended lower part of the large intestine not only is the reason for complaints and anxiety, but it may also cause pressure on the prostatic gland or the left ovary. It may also contribute to the emergence of rectal varices.
Irritable bowel syndrome – this general term refers to a group of symptoms associated with the large intestine which include: inflammation of the colon, pain on palpation in the abdomen, cramplike pains of the abdomen, and interchangeable diarrhoeas and constipations. People with the irritable bowel syndrome are under the impression that their life is subjected to defecation. Furthermore, they may feel pain in their lower back, which is caused by the irregular cramps of the large intestine.
Large intestine cancer – 80% of large intestine neoplasms appear in two sections of the large intestine: in the caecum (the initial section of the ascending colon) and in the sigmoid colon (the final section of the colon). These are the places where food debris accumulate most often, constituting a perfect nutrient for the harmful, hostile spoilage bacteria.
An intoxicated intestine with functional abnormalities influences the entire body, forcing it to eliminate toxins through lungs, kidneys, skin, and large intestine. However, when part of these toxins, which were supposed to be eliminated, return into circulation within the organism, the following symptoms may ensue:
a) inflammation of the colon
c) rectal varices
e) skin changes, acne, eczema, itching
g) weakening of the immune system
h) liver disorders
i) flatulence with odour
k) frequent illnesses
m) unpleasant odour of the body
o) weight gain
r) bad breath
Proper functioning of the intestine is extremely important for the health of the entire organism. The intestine is smart and through the symptoms listed above - it tries do draw our attention.
These 100m2 which are occupied by our intestines require our special attention, therefore, hydrocolonotherapy is the most important type of therapy for human organism. This therapy supports the elimination or reduction of diseases. About 90% of health-related problems are caused by intestine disorders. Hydrocolonotherapy consists in washing out everything that remains in our intestines, hydrating and massaging through constant exchange of sterile water. This procedure ensures the most effective method of removing pathogenic bacteria, parasites, and yeast.
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