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Is your Irritable Bowel Syndrome Indicating a Bigger Problem?
Is Your Irritable Bowel Syndrome Indicating A Bigger Problem?
It’s no secret that having Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a debilitating condition and a frustrating way to live. The constant abdominal pain, bloating, and irregular bowel habits can significantly impact one’s quality of life and even mental health. While there has been some progress in understanding and treating IBS, it may also be indicating a bigger problem that must be addressed. In today’s blog, we will dive into what Dr. Jerry Tennant refers to as “Full of Sewage Syndrome”, a condition that explains the underlying factors contributing to IBS and its potential effects.
What is “Full of Sewage Syndrome”?
Our body is full of interconnected energy pathways that allow electrons to flow to various systems of the body called circuits (or acupuncture meridians if you follow Eastern Medicine).
One of these circuits is the lung/large intestine circuit, which plays a crucial role in maintaining the health of our digestive system. When this circuit loses power (ability to make new, healthy cells that heal) it not only affects the large intestine but also may impact the function of the lungs.
The large intestine, which is like a sewage system, requires a pumping motion to move waste through and out of our bodies. When power is lost in the large intestine, waste becomes stagnant, forming rock-like obstructions. These formations often develop at the turns and curves of the large intestine, preventing the smooth passage of waste material.
How This Causes Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
These obstructions in the large intestine can lead to a range of uncomfortable symptoms. In some cases, the blockage entirely obstructs the passage, resulting in constipation and difficulty eliminating waste. Alternatively, if there is a partial blockage, waste can pass rapidly, causing urgent diarrhea.
Aside from the immediate impact on bowel movements, Full of Sewage Syndrome poses other significant health risks. The stagnant waste may release toxins that can overwhelm the liver and kidneys, leading to a buildup of toxins in the body. This toxic overload can manifest in various ways, including fatigue, rashes, impaired vision, and brain fog.
How Grief Plays A Role
According to Dr. Tennant’s research in Eastern Medicine, unprocessed feelings of grief that get stored in the body can shut down the lung/large intestine circuit. It is not uncommon to find individuals who have experienced great loss in their lives being diagnosed with IBS. Current treatment methods often overlook the importance of emotional healing alongside traditional medicine, which can limit its overall effectiveness.
How May We Address These Issues?
Reclaiming your life from chronic IBS involves a comprehensive approach that addresses both physical and emotional healing. One strategy is undergoing colonics, a procedure performed by skilled and certified professionals that can help wash out the obstructions in the large intestine, restoring the proper flow of waste material.
Emotional processing is equally crucial in addressing the underlying cause of IBS. Recent advancements in scalar energy technology have provided insights into how we can effectively clear stuck emotions from the body. By transmuting the frequency of emotions associated with grief into something the body can manage, the flow of energy can be restored to that circuit, promoting balance in the body.
Emotional healing techniques can be done from home with the guidance of a practitioner from the Tennant Institute remotely, or in-person at their clinic in Irving, Texas. Please contact them here to get started.
Maintaining Health from Home
There is also a link between stress, nervous system dysregulation, and gut health. The state of our nervous system, a major factor in our quality of life, ability to sleep, and overall health, is closely linked to the presence of stress in our lives.
Our parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems are what make up our whole autonomic nervous system. The parasympathetic system is responsible for restoring our body to a default mode of calm composure, and the sympathetic system is in charge of our fight & flight responses.
By intentionally activating the parasympathetic nervous system with BioModulator® therapy, we can signal to our body to switch out of fight or flight (stress) mode and return to a state of equilibrium and healing. This can produce feelings of relaxation in the body and mind and help you get back to sleep and stay asleep.
Learn more about how you can do this from the comfort of your own home here.
Full of Sewage Syndrome shines a new light on the underlying cause of Irritable Bowel Syndrome. By understanding the role of grief, obstructions in the large intestine, and the connection between emotions and physical health, we can develop effective strategies to overcome the challenges of IBS.
If you have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, it is essential to consider the possibility of the Full of Sewage Syndrome as the root cause of your symptoms. Seek out skilled professionals who can provide colonics and work with the Tennant Institute to help process emotional blockages to restore balance within your body. Reclaim your health and regain control over your life by addressing the hidden factors contributing to IBS.