AFTERCARE

Following your treatment, please note the following in order to get the full benefits from your treatment.

After the treatment, your body will be getting rid of toxins and healing itself. You may experience the following after treatment, however these symptoms are not harmful and may not affect you.

  • Tiredness

  • Headache

  • Runny nose

  • Visiting the toilet frequently

  • Hunger

  • Increased thirst

 

Do

  • Allow yourself to relax as much as possible.

  • You may be more sensitive to the cold following treatment so keep warm.

  • Oil benefits the skin, so if it has been used, leave in as long as possible.

  • Stay hydrated; drink plenty of water and/ or enjoy some lovely herbal teas.

  • The digestive system is stimulated by massage and eating a large meal soon after may make you feel nauseous. Eat a light meal after the treatment.

 

Try to avoid

  • Alcohol and caffeine are diuretics which means they encourage the body to lose more water and dehydrate you. Avoid these for at least 12-24 hours if possible.

  • Rush around or exercise vigorously - allow yourself to relax 

  • Smoke

 

Thank you and I hope you enjoyed your treatment.  Please do get in touch if you have any questions or concerns.

 

I look forward to seeing you again.

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