Toxicity build up in your bowel (gut) does not stay where it is. When your liver and colon (gut) are full of fecal matter, auto-intoxication occurs. Thats because the bowel (gut) wall continues to absorb waters. Along with that water comes some of the toxins. Because the fecal matter is now stuck, the toxins that your body wanted to excrete are re-introduced. And so they circulate in the blood around and around. The blood enters your brain rich in toxins. The result is brain fog, grogginess, unclear thoughts and mood swings.
If need to achieve optimal brain performance, you would be wise to consider cleansing your gut and liver with the Dublin Vitality Centre, brain fog detox protocol.
Other steps that you might choose to consider when removing toxins from your body are with the aim of reducing brain fog:
- reduce alcohol
- eat regulaly (every 4 hours)
- avoid sugar
- introduce probiotics
- introduce fish oils
Week 1: Colonic hydrotherapy - 1 hour
Week 2: Colonic hydrotherapy - 1 hour
Week 3: Colonic + Liver Coffee Enema - 1 hour
If you are interested in reading more about Gut Health, we offer a FREE book by author and founder of Vitality Centre clinics, Frances Flannery. Lets Talk About Happiness - The Ultimate Guide To Gut Health - is for anyone who wishes to learn how this humble organ has a profound and major influence on overall health and is intrinsically linked to mood.