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3 Things You Can Do to Promote Better Colon Health


The colon is the name used for the large intestine at the end of the digestive tract. It is the place where the stool is stored and then released from the body. While prevention is the best cure, improving your colon health is a must if you have any autoimmune disease, chronic fatigue or constant constipation. The sad news is that each year thousands of people are diagnosed with colon disorders or other linked conditions. Some of these are irritable bowel movement, Crohn’s diseases, ulcerative colitis and colon cancer. The symptoms, if there are any, are pain in the abdominal area, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, blood in the stool, weight loss or weight gain, gas, bloating and colon polyps. The inflammation of the colon is a painful condition which affects the overall health and could turn into a more serious disease.

1. Start Cold Laser Therapy As Soon As Possible

When the disease or condition is already there, it will be hard to manage it with medications or diet changes, you need to heal the inflammation first. With coMra Therapy, you gently support the body into its process of healing the condition. The method is totally safe but very effective at the same time. The harmonious work of the low level laser with magnets and light diodes provide additional energy and information to the cell, inducing the healing process. When the metabolism in the cell is improved and there is additional energy and information to the cell, inducing the healing process. Once metabolism in the cell is improved and there is additional energy available, it could be used for regeneration and healing. Although you may not know the science behind coMra Therapy, you can still use the devices as it was made simple enough for everyone to apply coMra on their own, at the comfort of their home. However, for best results you might need to execute lifestyle and diet changes, and surely to do some inner work. 

2. Change Your Diet and Drink More Water to Improve Colon Health

As diet is often at the root of the condition, you will need to revise the foods and eating habits that you have done for years. A diet that is rich in animal products like red meat and dairy without enough fresh vegetables, fruits and fibre will lead to problems in the large intestine sooner or later. Also, you need to take care of the hydration of your body as the dry stool moves very slowly in the colon and causes inflammation and constipation. It is recommended to avoid processed food, sugar and saturated fats if you want your colon to be healthy.

3. Get Moving and Change Your Habits

In order to restore the normal bowel movements , you need to have toned abdominal muscles and to stop counting on laxatives if you experience constipation. Try to incorporate some moderate activity in your routine to ease the bowel movement. While it is very harmful in case of colon inflammation, you will need to stop drinking alcohol and quit smoking. On the emotional level you have to manage your stress and to experience more joy in your life. Try to worry less as overthinking causes tightness and restriction in your body. If you cannot let go of your emotions and memories, your body will show it on the physical level as inability to release the toxins and metabolic waste material. So, if all that unnecessary substance stays in the colon for too long, it will start intoxicating the blood and will cause inflammation and health issues. The inner work with the emotions is as important as the lifestyle changes and the laser therapy. 

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