What the heck is an enema?

by Justin Miloro on December 01, 2017


“This town needs an enema!”

While the Joker may have been referring to Gotham City when he made that declaration in Batman, we’d like to take a moment to tell you why he may have been talking about you, too.

Today, we’re going to go over the basics for all you enema newbies out there. For the enema veterans, consider this a refresher course.  

What is an enema?

An enema is an injection of fluid into the lower bowel through the rectum. The primary function of an enema is to stimulate the evacuation of stool.

Why use an enema?

The most popular reason to use an enema is due to constipation. Constipation can be a result of medicine, lack of fiber in the diet, or dehydration. The enema technique helps push waste out of the rectum when it’s not flowing naturally.

Even if constipation is not an issue, enemas can be a useful tool in periodically cleansing your digestive and evacuation systems.

In addition, doctors often recommend enemas before colon screenings.

What are the benefits of an enema?

There are many detoxifying health benefits to enemas. They improve circulation, boost energy, and provide insomnia relief. The release of toxins from the colon and the forcing out of waste expends energy. Clearing the toxins from your colon allows the body to easily absorb nutrients you are putting in.

Fact: The average human being can hold up to 8 meals before beginning the digestion process. Thus, by cleansing the system, enemas can offer an obvious weight loss benefit. Who wouldn’t want to have less toxins in their body and look slimmer?

Though the digestive system is not always a comfortable subject for people to talk about, clearly enemas provide a valuable service to the body and can be performed in private.

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