Colon Care: Watch for Those Parasites

Christina Dodd 

Along with the toxins and bad bacteria, parasites living in bodily wastes in the bowel, can wreak havoc in the body if we do not follow a healthy lifestyle, and colon maintenance. We must eliminate these parasites through good colon care, as soon as possible.

Colon Care Vis-à-Vis Parasites

We are all aware that the inability of our colon to move fecal matter from the body, in addition to toxins, parasites, and detrimental bacteria will create a problem for the other vital organs. It is crucial that we get the right care for our colon if we suspect any bowel problems.

While parasites can be the main cause of colon problems, diagnosing the parasite infection is difficult. There have been situations when the wrong diagnosis may have led to failure in providing good colon care in patients who need it. Since parasite infestation is problematic for the colon and the body, it is important to look at the features indicative of this phenomenon.

Types of Parasites

Parasite pathogens fall into two basic categories. The microscopic protozoans are carried by fecal material and water. Reproduction of protozoans happen through duplication. This means that they do not lay eggs. They simply multiply. Processed food can contain thirteen different types of protozoans. They travel to other parts of the body through the bloodstream to cause many physical problems like diseases and infections. Although the conditions caused by protozoan parasites could be serious, the problems stop over time. If a person is healthy and has a strong immune system then protozoans won’t be a problem.

Worms are the second types of parasites. There are three common varieties of worms: tapeworms, roundworms, and flukes. Their duplication cycles include the creation of larvae, eggs, and cysts on a regular, cyclical basis. While the worms are noticeable to the naked eye in bowel movements, the larvae, eggs, or cysts are harder to detect. Sometimes it is even difficult with the assistance of lab tests.

Symptoms of Parasite Infections

Although parasites are considered major health-disrupting elements that need to be eradicated through effective colon maintenance, diagnosing parasite infections from the obvious symptoms is not that simple.

There can be many indications of infestation. Some are sleep disruptions, asthma, depression, auto-immune diseases, stomach/digestive problems, headaches, joint and muscle aches, fatigue, skin eruptions, and others.

However, the main symptoms of parasite infestation often include:
  • unusual bowel actions and movements.
  • Strange sounds from the abdomen.
  • Strong pain in the stomach.
  • The stool has a very bad smell.
  • Slight pain in the chest area.
  • Coughing and winded.
  • High Temperature.
  • Unexplained weight loss.
  • Unusual feelings of hunger.
Colon Care Methods to Overcome Parasite Infections

When you have a diagnosis of a parasite infection, it is a simple matter to find a good colon care product or program. There are many colon care methods. These include herbal pills and formulas and natural colon cleansing powders as well as invasive methods. Some examples of these would be colonic irrigation or enemas.

Of course, it would be a simple matter to just pick any one of these. However, it is important to remember that a colon care routine should only be undertaken after a thorough consultation with a physician. It is also a good idea to be an informed patient by doing your own internet research.