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Client Aftercare


After treatment the body starts to take control of the healing process, releasing stored and unwanted toxins. These are eliminated via skin, lungs, bladder or bowel movements. The symptoms associated with this are known as the “healing crisis”. You may not experience any noticeable reaction, or alternatively you may feel worse before you feel better, as the treatment speeds up the healing process and the elimination of toxins. So, for example, the underlying symptoms of a cold may have been brought on sooner than if you hadn’t had a treatment. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any concerns. Note any reaction you have (either good or adverse), and let me know at your next treatment. Remember that relaxation is a prerequisite of good health.

Possible healing crisis symptoms:

  • Thirst

  • Drowsiness

  • Runny nose

  • Vivid dreams

  • Spots/skin rash

  • Nausea

  • Deep sleep

  • Full of energy

  • Sleeping difficulty

  • Invigoration feelings

  • Frequent bladder/bowel movements

  • Emotional ups and downs (laughing, crying etc.)

Also you may feel relaxed, experiencing calm and a feeling of well-being, as stress and tension are relieved and your blood circulation is improved, leaving all the systems of your body functioning fully and in their natural equilibrium.

These symptoms are quite normal following treatment and may last from a few hours to up to 48 hours. After this time, it is unlikely they are related to the treatment and you would be advised to see your GP.

Client aftercare advice:

To gain maximum benefit from the treatment:

  • Drink plenty of water to assist the elimination of toxins

  • Rest as much as possible, avoiding energetic activities for a few hours

  • Maintain a light diet, avoiding spicy food, caffeine containing drinks (tea, coffee) and also alcohol for the next 24 hours

  • Avoid any form of heat treatment such as hot bath/shower, sauna or hair drying.

I wish you good health and enjoyable treatments.
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