Do I need an enema during fasting?
Some people are more afraid of the need to do enemas during starvation. Therefore many beginners consider this unpleasant procedure not obligatory.
Meanwhile, enemas during fasting are necessary and even mandatory. Especially this applies to those who are just starting to learn the method of starvation. Therefore, it will not be bad if preparation for starvation you will learn how to do this simple procedure.
A starving enema may be needed at different stages of fasting.
During the fasting of the enema, at the initial stages of starvation, they help to significantly ease the course of fasting and are used daily up to the term of 7-10 days and 1 times on 2-3 days with further continuation of fasting.
RџSЂRё output of fasting enema is recommended to use in the first days of regenerative nutrition, while the digestive processes did not work at full power. At this time, enemas help to avoid intoxication from un-digested food, as well as to avoid stool delays.
To learn the setting of an enema is best before starvation begins. This will allow you to safely carry this procedure during fasting.
For enema you can use water with various additives. So for cleansing of the intestine before fasting, you can add salt, potassium permanganate, herbs, urine and other additives to the water. But during fasting, it is best to use a regular solution of potassium permanganate, slightly pink in color. This solution is absolutely neutral, does not irritate the intestines and is well tolerated. The use of table salt for enemas during fasting and recovery from fasting is not recommended, due to the possibility of salt edema.
When fasting 1-2 days enemas are desirable (they will help cleanse the intestines), but are not a prerequisite. For such a short period of time the organism does not have time to restructure on internal nutrition and will not bring much relief to health.
With longer periods of fasting, changes in the work of the body are more significant. In a short period of time, our body must switch from eating ordinary food to internal nutrition. This transition is accompanied by a restructuring of the work of all organs and systems. At the same time, the decay products of fat cells - the so-called ketone bodies - enter the blood in large quantities. All this leads to a deterioration in the general well-being of the starving person, headaches, weakness, dizziness, and decreased mood. Add to this the decrease in glucose levels in the early days of fasting.
Purification of the intestine with the help of an ordinary enema, can significantly reduce all these unpleasant phenomena. It helps to quickly remove the products of the decomposition of fat cells from the body, cleans the lower intestine from feces and stool stones, absorbed water quickly enters the blood and reduces the general intoxication and intensifies urination. All this leads to a reduction in unpleasant symptoms. These improvements are noted by all the starving. If you do not do enemas, then intoxication of the body can be so significant that it will not allow continuing starvation. Therefore, when the fasting time is more than 2-3-x days for beginners starvation, the use of enemas is strictly necessary.
RџSЂRё long periods of starvation the use of enemas makes it possible to improve the cleansing of the intestine from fecal stones, which in most people are in large numbers in the large intestine. It is noted that even to the 21 day of starvation, especially beginners may experience rejection and excretion of fecal stones.
The frequency of the use of enemas in fasting for a period of 7-10 days - daily / with severe intoxication up to 2 times a day /. With fasting for longer periods - after the onset of an acidotic crisis, enemas can be done less often - once every 1-2 days, focusing on your health.
Hungry with experience often do not use enemas during fasting. And they are entitled to it for several reasons:
- Regular fasting practices facilitate the entry into starvation and the course of starvation;
- with regular starvation practice, the majority of people normalize the activity of the large intestine;
- Those who are hungry with experience are sensitive to the needs of their body;
All this allows experienced starving people not to use enemas during fasting or to use enemas much less often.
Thus, we can formulate the basic rules for using enemas during fasting:
- enemas are mandatory to the application in beginning hungry at the time of fasting over 1-2 days;
- the frequency of using enemas - 1 time per day with fasting for 7-10 days / with severe intoxication and severe fasting - up to 2 times a day /, 1 time every 2-3 days after the onset of an acidotic crisis with fasting for longer periods.
- Those who are hungry with experience can use enemas depending on their own state of health.
In conclusion, we can say that the use of enemas during fasting facilitates the course of fasting, reduces the intoxication of the body, allows cleaning the intestines and is mandatory for those who are just starting to starve.
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