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The second important factor in the success of the program is to support the detoxification of the body. You can render it in different ways.
INCREASING THE EFFICIENCY OF REMOVING SLAGS
The success of the program largely depends on the effective removal of toxins. Spending less energy on digestion, absorption, transportation and assimilation of food, the body will direct more of it to its internal cleansing. While it switches to the release of toxins from cells and tissues, your task is to provide the channels through which these slags are discharged to the outside. It is not difficult, but is of great importance. Without this, you will not feel all the benefits that the program brings, and in some cases, ignoring the removal of toxins, you may experience discomfort and even feel a deterioration in health.
The channels of slag excretion include the skin, lungs, kidneys, rectum, as well as the circulatory and lymphatic systems that connect all these organs. There are tools to improve the efficiency of their work. Use them individually or in combination until you succeed.

Emptying the bowel. Many toxins and most of the mucus that are extracted from the tissues and captured from the bloodstream are excreted through the intestines. Facilitating this procedure is always important, but especially during the detox program, when this mucus is often seen with feces. Being very sticky, it contributes to the occurrence of constipation, and therefore you should do everything possible to ensure that you have abundant daily stools. To ensure quick and effective bowel movement, which is necessary during the program, supplements with fibers that help to capture toxins and move them to the exit may not be enough.
The intestine is by no means the only channel for the removal of toxins from the body. During and after the program it is necessary to support the functions of all channels.
This toxic mixture tends to stick to the intestinal walls and form a layer that thickens over time. As a result, the toxins contained in it are eaten by pathogenic bacteria on the intestinal walls. Those in turn secrete their own, stronger toxins and aggravate the state of dysbiosis. During my program, avoid constipation, even for one day. Use fiber supplements, drink plenty of pure water and do everything you can to get plenty of stools every day. If nothing happens, take herbal laxatives every night. Read the instructions carefully and take as many doses as necessary to ensure regular stools. Even if these remedies cause mild diarrhea from time to time, do not worry, unless this disorder becomes permanent, threatening to lead to dehydration. In this case, reduce the dose or take a break for a day to restore balance.
Do not run a marathon distance during the detoxification process, especially during the first days of the program.
There is no optimal number of bowel movements per day that everyone should have, whether in everyday life or during a detoxification program.
They should be as much as necessary to eliminate toxins that have a negative effect on the body.
In the presence of high-quality, healthy food, free from toxins, the chair should be after each meal. For most of us, it is much less common — constipation has become epidemic in size — and today it is considered normal to have one chair a day, while many do not even have this. When the body is healthy, feces should have the color and consistency of peanut butter (although some healthy foods like dark green vegetables give them a darker shade). If faeces are harder than this consistency, this is an early sign of constipation. Healthy feces should not produce a sharp, unpleasant smell.
If a day goes by without a chair, try taking castor oil. This is an old way to get rid of toxins and mucus. It is as effective as it was 100 years ago, when family doctors prescribed it for almost any reason. Wash it down with a glass of water with lemon juice. Wait 30-45 minutes. If there is no result, repeat the procedure. If necessary, repeat it until you get a result. Sometimes emptying is very intensive, so you should not perform this procedure at work or away from the toilet.
Hydrocolonotherapy. For effective removal of mucus from the intestinal wall during the program, use hydrocolonotherapy. Contrary to the opinion of many Western doctors, this method is quite safe and very useful if it is used by a specialist. Water under low pressure is pumped into the colon and then drained outside, with the result that the intestine is washed and releases the slag that has accumulated in it. There are two types of this procedure - open and closed. Both are hygienic and do not cause any moral or physical discomfort. You can choose the one that suits you best. Detoxification is extremely beneficial to the intestines, especially if he knew constipation. During the program, you can do as many procedures as you like, depending on your budget and daily routine (I had patients who were exposed to it daily during the program). Enemas can be beneficial, although they do not give such an effect as hydrotherapy.
If you didn’t have a stool during the day, try castor oil, drink it with a glass of water with lemon juice. If the urge is not in 30-40 minutes, repeat the procedure again.
The first, main, and most obvious of all the physical and moral benefits provided by detoxification and the transition from unhealthy to healthy nutrition is stool improvement. And there is no reason to lose this benefit after the program is completed, if, of course, you continue to eat and drink something that does not cause irritation and mucus formation in the body, keep the intestinal microflora in good condition and observe the twelve-hour night interval between meals.
Improving the chair is the first important result of my detox program.

Removal of toxins through the kidneys. During the program should urinate frequently. After intensive work on the conversion of toxic molecules that love fats into molecules that are soluble in water, these latter should be filtered by the kidneys and excreted in the urine. Drink enough water to urinate every hour. If urination occurs less frequently, it means that you do not drink enough. Lemon, cucumber, coconut and other ingredients used in recipes are natural diuretics.
Removal of toxins through the lungs. Breathing is an important way to eliminate toxins. By breathing out carbon dioxide, you help reduce the acidity of the blood (remember that the cells produce carbonic acid? So, it turns into carbon dioxide gas). Try to breathe as deeply as possible. Imagine how each breath supplies your body with the most important nutrient, without which life is impossible - with oxygen, and each breath releases it from slags. Your breathing itself will become more complete and calm.
Many people practice breathing exercises to remove toxins from both the nervous system and consciousness. One such exercise involves concentrating on the breath for a few minutes.

Begin to inhale and exhale air through your nose, puffing up your stomach and straightening your back and chest while inhaling.

Then bring your back and chest back to its original state, but leaving the chest in an elevated position, as you exhale, draw in your stomach.
Breathing should be as rhythmic and slow as possible. But most importantly, attention should be focused on it. Be aware every time you breathe in or out. Note that at that moment when you are distracted from the process of breathing, the autopilot turns on: you continue to breathe, but you are thinking about something else, and soon your breathing becomes short and shallow. Every time you notice it, calmly return your thoughts to the breath. This exercise can be performed anytime, anywhere, even during an important meeting. It helps cleanse both the lungs and the mind.
Wise men say: “That to which we pay attention grows.” Let this object be your health.
Removal of toxins through the skin. Sweating is another mechanism for removing toxins and toxins. In a healthy person, the skin is usually free from the heavy responsibilities of removing toxins and mucus, and is mainly concerned with the release of excess water, minerals and salts. But if the intestines do not cope with their functions, the body attracts other organs to remove toxins. In this case, a large load falls on the skin, and it pays for it with disorders and problems that cannot be overcome with the help of cosmetics. At the beginning of the detox program, the skin may do some extra work.
The appearance of a skin rash in the first days of the program is not uncommon. This is a sign of an accelerated detoxification process (of course, you need to be guided by your own common sense. No one knows your body better than you, so if at some point some of the program’s effects seem abnormal to you, consult a doctor familiar with detoxification).
Sauna maximally accelerates the removal of toxins through the skin during the program, especially the infrared sauna, which is an effective method of increasing sweating. A steam room can also be useful, although it is not as effective as a sauna. The infrared sauna provides for heating of the human body, while the environment does not heat up, unlike the traditional sauna in which the air is heated. In such a sauna, long light waves that are invisible to the eye (as is the case with sunlight scattered by clouds) are the source of heat. Infrared rays penetrate the skin deeper than the heat of an ordinary sauna, and excite fat molecules that begin to vibrate and release toxins. They also stimulate blood circulation, which is always good, but especially during detoxification, since blood transfers toxins to the liver more quickly for processing. People familiar with the traditional sauna will surely notice that the sweating is more abundant in infrared. However, if you do not find an infrared sauna, the usual one will do. In both cases, do not forget to drink plenty of clean water during and after the procedure to restore the internal water balance.
Brushing is another simple, cheap and effective method that can be used daily during the program. Dead cells are constantly peeling off the surface of the skin, and they should be removed so that they do not clog the pores and thus do not slow down the detoxification process.
Skin scrubbing is done with a salt scrub, washcloth from a loofah or a brush with soft natural bristles on a long handle in front of a bath or shower. This brush can be purchased at the pharmacy. Make smooth longitudinal and circular strokes with a brush over the dry surface of the skin of the whole body, from the feet to the head, always directing the movements inwards towards the heart. If possible, perform this procedure daily for a few minutes. Loosen the pressure of the brush in areas with thin skin and strengthen in areas with thicker ones, such as the back and soles of the feet. Along with the removal of dead skin cells, the lymphatic and hormonal systems, as well as glands, are stimulated. For greater efficiency, after completing the procedure, make alternating immersions in hot and cold water or take a shower. If after this you need to moisturize your skin, use sesame oil or coconut oil to lubricate it instead of chemist's chemist's.
The feeling of hunger during the program should not be viewed as an obstacle, but as an excellent opportunity to rethink what hunger means to you. This is one of the most important and crucial aspects of the program.
Alternating immersion in hot and cold water. This
The procedure stimulates blood circulation and the detoxification process. The skin is the largest organ. It supplies oxygen for miles of small arteries and veins filled with blood. Standing in the shower, make the water hot first, which you can stand for one minute, and then cold - which you can also hold for one minute. Repeat this procedure 4-5 times. If you do it daily, it perfectly supports the function of detoxifying the skin.
Physical exercise. Exercise increases the efficiency of functioning at once of all channels of slag removal. They stimulate the intestines, circulatory and lymphatic systems, cause sweating. They contribute to the deepening of breathing, have a relaxing and pacifying effect. They burn calories and contribute to the production of endorphins, "happiness hormones", which are a natural antidote to stress and anxiety. Use common sense. Increase the intensity of exercise gradually, until you find out the reaction of your body. Try to walk more and walk up the stairs instead of taking the elevator. Prolonged exercise speeds up metabolism and promotes weight loss.
Scientific evidence unambiguously suggests that exercise reverses most chronic diseases. Daily exercise or other physical exercise both during the program and after its completion.
Yoga. Some types of exercise have the added effect of detoxification. Hatha yoga exercises promote the massage of organs, thereby helping them to function normally. Jumps - for example, jump rope - are often used during a detoxification program, because they stimulate the circulatory and lymphatic systems.
Along with relaxing and improving blood supply, massage promotes the release of toxins by stimulating the circulation of lymph, a fluid that transports toxins, waste, toxins and diseased cells through the lymph nodes. These "medical stations" act as filters, reworking and eliminating diseased cells and fighting against viruses and bacteria. Deep massage is best suited for detoxification purposes, but during the program any massage methods increase its effectiveness.
By supporting the main organs responsible for detoxification — the intestines, the liver, the kidneys — and by exercising, you contribute to the effectiveness of detoxification no matter which of these practices and to what extent you use. When you first run a program, choose what you feel is best for you, trying new options when the opportunity is presented.
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