lets get educated
Did you know we are specialised in gut problems and also endometriosis related pain?
Are you regular or have you always struggled with toilet visits in your life? Western society says your healthy when you have bowel movements once a day, but eastern medicine prefers you to go at least twice and the quality is important too! Where are you on the Bristol Stool chart? And does it float or sink?
We are treating clients with IBS (irritable bowl syndrome), SIBO (small intestine bacterial overgrowth), constipation, diarrhoea and other digestive conditions. A belly massage helps to stimulate the peristaltic that should happen naturally to push the food forward while being digested.
Signs like heartburn, indigestion, needing a cup of coffee or a cigarette before being able to go in the morning between 5-7 am might be a sign that you need some help. Or just simply getting up early enough and giving yourself time to relax, move a little before your toilet stop might be a first step.
Never wait with going for Nr 2!
Nr 1 is a different story, urge incontinence has to do with constant responding on that first feeling that you might need to go....e.e.g before you leave the house, before you start a gym session, when you come home again etc. Did you know that you should only have to go 4-6 times a day and normally not during the night? Your bladder should be able to hold 400-600 ml at one time. If you go more often without massive fluid intake, it might mean that there are some issues in bladder or the rest of the belly causing pressure on the bladder or triggering the nervous system to respond.
Also did you know that joint problems can start from your organs? If there is tightness in your belly it will restrict the movement in arms and legs and can cause impingement or other movement problems!
Passionate and on a mission to make a difference to the lives of people ready to physically, emotionally and energetically thrive Christel helps clients of all ages with personalised functional brain-based modalities to recognise everyone's potential.