Detoxification of the Body

Detoxification of the body, also known as detox, is a process in which the body is freed from harmful substances in order to promote well-being. The idea behind this concept is to rid the body of toxins that have accumulated as a result of environmental pollution, an unhealthy diet, intestinal problems or detoxification disorders. Detoxification measures can be varied and mutually reinforce each other.

This article describes the topic of detoxification in general. Specific topics are listed for you below:

Why should the Body be detoxified?

Modern lifestyles and environmental pollution lead to an accumulation of toxins in the body. Toxins can bind to enzymes, receptors and vital molecules and block their function. In this way, all cell and organ functions can be impaired, resulting in a wide range of symptoms.

An accumulation of toxins occurs when the natural detoxification processes, in which the liver, kidneys, intestines and skin play a decisive role, can no longer keep up. If more toxins are absorbed than excreted, illness develops in the long term.

These organs should be supported in their function through targeted detoxification.

Possibilities of Body Detoxification

There are many detoxification programs on the market today. Some work well and some less so. It is important to have the detoxification of the body accompanied by an experienced therapist. Prior individual diagnosis is a prerequisite for successful and effective detoxification. Genetic detoxification disorders should be diagnosed before detoxification begins so that the therapy can be adapted accordingly.

Some ways to increase detoxification of the body are as follows:

  • Fasting cures
  • Special diets
  • Herbal teas
  • Visits to the sauna

Effective detoxification measures are:

  • INUSpheresis
  • Hyperthermia
  • Intestinal cleansing
  • Ozone therapy
  • Infusion therapies
  • Chelation therapy to eliminate heavy metals

When detoxifying the body, the therapist should have a lot of experience and select the correct individual measures. Errors in therapy planning can lead to health consequences. A harmful redistribution of toxins and a micronutrient deficiency should be avoided at all costs.