digestive tract health

Ten Reasons to Consider Colonic Irrigation


Colonic irrigation or hydrotherapy is an important part of all our programs here at Neomed. A cleansed colon can significantly transform your digestive health in particular when combined with restorative therapies. But what can an unattended colon lead to? We have listed ten great reasons to address the health of your bowel and consider booking a colonic irrigation.

  1. A cleansed colon lowers your risk of developing bowel cancer and other gastrointestinal diseases.

  2. Poor nutrition, chronic stress or an imbalanced gut microbiome can all contribute to the build-up of toxic waste in your colon, colonic irrigation can help clear this waste.

  3. A toxic colon can lead to halitosis (bad breath) and affect the health of your teeth and gums.

  4. A toxic colon can cause acidosis which can detrimentally affect the health of your bones and can directly cause joint inflammation and pain.

  5. Toxic waste left in the colon will putrefy, cause gas, and can disturb the natural elimination action of the colon which long term can cause motility issues, constipation and hemorrhoids.

  6. A colonic irrigation can eliminate abdominal bloating and contribute to weight loss.

  7. When you bowel contains impacted waste it can disturb your mental function and left long term lead to long term disease affecting your brain function.

  8. A cleansed colon can improve the health and vitality of your skin and hair.

  9. A colonic irrigation can improve your immune system function.

  10. If you suffer from allergies, your symptoms can be improved by cleaning the colon of buildup of toxic waste which can contribute to allergic response..

As beneficial as they are, colonic irrigations are not for everyone and there is contraindications for partaking in this therapy. A full medical history should be taken by your therapist before booking this treatment and care taken with your choice of clinic as medical supervision of this therapy is preferable.

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Our gut feeling on why digestive health is crucial!


The importance of maintaining proper digestive health has long been considered as a key factor in leading a healthy life. "All diseases begin in the gut" the ancient Greek physician Hippocrates, the Father of Medicine, once said, indicating that the importance of maintaining a healthy digestive tract is not a new fad as some suggest.

And when we say "healthy" we don't just mean physical health. Medical Science is continuing to present complex links between our brain and our gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Today we will highlight just some of the reasons you should maintain a clean and healthy digestive system, as well as explain how our team at Neomed can help you if your digestive health issues need expert support.

Your gut loves green

It is official, your gut really does prefer green! Of course when we say that we mean vegetables and fruit should be our first food choice. A healthy digestive process heavily relies on eating foods rich in fiber like fruits or vegetables, something that could prove challenging in the modern world of fast and toxin-rich foods. When you are deplete of nutrition you are more likely to become chronically ill due to infections, toxicity, and metabolic processes. There is a number of symptoms that can indicate an unhealthy low nutrition diet: abdominal pain, blood in the stool, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, heartburn, nausea, vomiting and difficulty swallowing. If you find yourself exhibiting any of these symptoms, it is a signal to address your diet and digestive tract health.

Your gut needs to move

A healthy digestive tract is also dependent on regular bowel movements. Ideally, a healthy person eliminates 2-3 times per day and has all waste removed within a time period of 24 hours after a meal. Failure to regularly eliminate might be an indication of a digestive issue or disease and could lead to constipation and Haemorrhoids among other symptoms. Healthy bowel movements reduce the microbial load on the body, eliminate destructive toxins, reduce inflammation, reduce stress, calm the brain, enhance clarity, improve skin health and can reduce chronic pain levels. Your actual stool is also a good indicator of a healthy digestive system; you can compare your stool against the Bristol Stool Scale to see for yourself.

Your gut needs good bacteria

Contrary to popular belief, not all bacteria are bad. The bacteria that live within your GI tract, along with other pathogenic micro-organisms are collectively known as gut microbiota and serve to maintain a delicate balance in your immune system and to eliminate invading pathogens. The multiple benefits of maintaining a proper flora of gut microbiota have only recently become the subject of research by the scientific community, following breakthroughs in sequencing technology. With this research field rapidly advancing, more and more links are been discovered between the gut microbiota and autoimmune diseases.

Your gut is your second brain

As scientists turn their microscopes towards the gut ecosystem, they gradually discovered an ecosystem of bacteria and a vast neural network operating within the GI tract. This ecosystem comprises of so many neurons (more than 100 million) that it has been nicknamed "the second brain". A network this complex can have a negative - and sometimes, detrimental- effect on both your physical and your psychological health. The title phrase, "gut feeling", is no accident. Even before people could decode the mysteries of sequencing they instinctively knew that high stress levels and thoughts can be affected by your GI tract. Your digestive health also affects your libido, causes headaches, induces anxiety, takes away your ability to properly focus and concentrate and can even lead to depression-like incidents, as it gives you a more negative outlook on life. Consequently in order to achieve optimal mental health addressing our gut health first is vital.

Your gut may need Neomed's help

There is much you can do at home to improve your digestive health, however some people who have been suffering digestive issues for many years, need expert help and medical supervision to tackle their symptoms and underlying causes. Here at Neomed in Cyprus, we welcome guests from all over the world to partake in our highly advanced and unique gastrointestinal therapies.

Gut bacteria are with us from the day we are born and they evolve with us based on our diet and environment, to help our digestive system to properly process food and drinks. As such, no two people have the exact same gut flora, so no two treatment programs can be exactly the same. At Neomed Institute following an extensive stool and blood analysis, we, create a personalised Digestive Health Program for our guests that aims to thoroughly cleanse the gastrointestinal tract, enhance digestive secretions, regulate motility and restore your gut microbiome and nutritional and mineral absorption. We use many natural herbal enemas , essential oils and high quality absorbable supplements within our program along with groundbreaking methods and therapies to heal and restore proper digestive function.

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Natural Treatment Targeting the Cause of Bone Loss

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Around the world figures show that each year osteoporosis causes more than 8.9 million fractures. This equates to an osteoporotic fracture every 3 seconds. Statistics also show women are more affected with 1 in 3 women over age 50 experiencing an osteoporotic fracture compared to 1 in 5 men.

There is many causes of excessive bone loss leading to osteoporosis including a drop in estrogen when a woman reaches a certain age, hyperthyroidism, mineral and vitamin deficiencies, toxic exposure, eating disorders, sedentary lifestyle, some medications used to treat other conditions and smoking among others. And although predominately it affects those over the age of 50 it can also affect younger generations. Some are diagnosed with Osteoporosis in their teens while there is also a growing number of women getting diagnosed during or after pregnancy, a condition called Pregnancy Related Osteoporosis.

More and more individuals diagnosed with osteoporosis are seeking natural ways to treat their condition. Here at Neomed in Cyprus we have created an Osteoporosis program for such individuals which targets the cause of bone loss and therefore tailored to each individual guest.

One of the very first steps in our program is to discover what levels of heavy metal toxicity reside in your organs and tissues and which minerals you are actually deficient in. Frequent exposure to toxic substances can actually cause vitamin and mineral deficiencies and we find that the majority of individuals with Osteoporosis will have both these issues. Lead for example is known to inhibit activation of vitamin D, uptake of dietary calcium, and several regulatory aspects of bone cell function. We use an amazing piece of technology called Zell Screening to discover this important data before we do anything else. Rather than testing what is circulating in the blood or what is being excreted from the body through urine, this non invasive test shows what toxicity and what minerals are in the body’s living tissues which gives us a much more reliable and accurate picture.

Once we know what levels of toxicity you have and which substances we embark on our unique detox program to drag these out of your tissues. As part of our detox we use ozone therapies to clean your blood of any bacteria, viruses or yeast, to stimulate your metabolism and to boost your immune system.

Our next step is to examine your digestive tract to discover if you are absorbing the nutrients in your food, whether your body is eliminating all unwanted substances and also whether there is any parasitic infection in your gut contributing to malabsorption. Once we have a picture of your digestive system we include advanced gastrointestinal therapies to your program to correct the microbiome of the intestinal tract, to heal the mucosa lining and to increase the absorption of the nutrients from your foods. We also look at correcting your acidic ph balance with special alkalising infusions direct into your bloodstream bypassing the gut process.

Of course included in this step is to look at your diet and we will make specific recommendations based on your Zell Screening report and on the analysis of your digestive system.

Decreasing inflammation and pain along with the healing and strengthening of bone injured from fractures is also a very important part of our program. We have a range of sophisticated and groundbreaking physio, magnet therapies and electrical stimulation to help us with this task. One of the favourite therapies for our guests is Papimi. Papimi is the most powerful nanopulse magnet therapy available with an array of benefits including immune stimulation and pain relief, and shortened recovery times for fractures and injuries. Papimi not only helps to heal fractured bone but also helps to strengthen it and with regular use helps to prevent future fractures.

We also guide and support you through an exercise program, one which you can continue when you return home. Daily exercise is imperative for anyone with osteoporosis even though many shy away from this because of fear of fractures.

Prolonged stress can also contribute to osteoporosis, so we have included therapies to switch your autonomic nervous system from sympathetic to parasympathetic mode. We are also encourage all of our guests to spend time with our Physiotherapist to include emotional healing alongside their physical therapies.

If you have a diagnosis of Osteoporosis and a natural route is your chosen path you do not have to do so alone. There is many ways we can help you and support your on your healing journey. If would like to know more about our Osteoporosis Program feel free to send us a message below and we respond to your enquiry asap.

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