Detox programmes have become an essential short term activity for many people who
want to alleviate the symptoms of a toxic build up by reducing the cause of the
problems rather than hiding the effects. There are many symptoms of potential
high levels of toxins, and a few examples include bloating, dark urine,
constipation, headaches, heartburn, skin and eye discoloration, excess sweating,
lack of concentration, low energy, anxiety, lack of sleep, edginess and mood
Two types of body toxins can be identified and their levels reduced. First, externally
sourced toxins taken in from modern atmospheres,
workplaces, food and drink, cosmetics, medical operations and medications, and
household products and processes. Second, natural toxins that are produced from
internal body processes, can also be scientifically reduced in their production
and storage, transformed into safer chemicals or removed quicker from the body.
Steve was awarded 'Detox
Specialist' qualification by the Health Sciences Academy between 2014-6
following previous Nutritional Therapy qualifications specialising in Sport and
Weight Loss between 2011-14. He will recommend a
personalised holistic detox programme that includes a plan of activity and
record of your progress, with ongoing support for the duration of your agreed
programme, following a thorough consultation.
Your detox programme can last for a week or a month
depending on your levels of toxicity, comfort and ability to change your lifestyle. A specified nutritional food intake usually constitutes the majority of
your detox, but there are many other areas you may be recommended to make
changes too, to minimise toxin levels in your body.
These personalised programmes suit your lifestyle and can last for a week or a month.
Relax and enjoy a Detox Programme by Steve in Southampton.
Ring or email Steve now on
02380639913 or 07968065885 to book.
Suggested treatment time:
Initial Consultation and Detox Recommendation
90 mins + 90 mins
Detox Programme Support
and Course Purchases
reduce the price. Speak to your private health insurance or employer as they may
provide you with subsidies or full payment for your treatments.