It’s not just our homes and surroundings that are full of parasites but our bodies have them too! Many surveys reveal that we are more prone to parasite infections now than ever. That’s why the different ways of parasite cleansing (and no, we aren’t talking about home improvement over here!) are gaining immense popularity.
Among these, intestinal parasite cleansing can be easily done naturally by you at home by bringing about a few minor changes in your lifestyle. This cleansing process is the best way to keep your body and mind rejuvenated. Although you may take a while to get used to it initially, once you have established a routine, there will be no looking back for you as you not only eat and sleep better but lead a better life on the whole.
Of course, if the problem is more severe then you need to get medical attention immediately. However, if you are just looking at the different ways to cleanse your intestines and get rid of intestinal parasites in a natural way, then let us assure you that there are many.
Some of the symptoms of an intestinal infection include diarrhea, fatigue or weakness, nausea and gas. But the good news is a lot of this can be prevented in the first place by just making simple changes in your diet. Adding nutritious ingredients to your diet like coconut, unripe papaya, pumpkin seeds, flax seeds, beetroot and yogurt can help you steer clear of those nasty worms and go a long way in staying healthier.
2. Liquid cleansing:-
We have all heard the phrase ‘Water is life’ and in the case of intestinal cleansing, it’s all the more appropriate. Water has been known to cure even the biggest diseases like cancer. Then what are a few parasites when compared to the power of water? Ensure that you drink at least eight glasses of water a day if not more to keep those toxins flushed. Drinking warm water or lemon juice with salt the first thing in the morning is one of the easiest ways to cleanse your body and gives a great start to your day.
3. The spice route:–
turmeric, garlic, carom seeds, cloves and vinegar are great cleansers and adding these to your daily diet not only ensures that you are healthy and also makes your food tastier. So, get those spice boxes out!
4. Meditation and yoga:–
Our mental health is as important as our physical health. While many pay attention only to their physiques and do a lot of workouts to stay in shape, few realize that poor mental health could lead to many ailments, including worms in your intestine, no matter how great a shape you are in.
A daily round of yoga, including a great deal of breathing exercises and meditation, allows you to sit in peace and filter your thoughts out. This, in turn, improves your physical and mental health to a great extent and keeps all the worms at bay.