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Lymphatic Drainage is an Effective Way to Improve your Health.


What is so important about your lymphatic system?

Think of the lymphatic system as your body’s garbage disposal.  When it is not working correctly, it is similar to when you put so much food in your sink and it gets stuck and cannot move down into the garbage disposal.  When this happens you can never eliminate the garbage, even if the disposal is turned on.  However,  if you manually push the food down, the garbage disposal can pulverize it and send it through the pipes.  Lymphatic vessels are always working collecting cancer cells, fat, water, waste materials, bacteria, viruses, and they help eliminate the extra protein from our body.  The Lymph nodes clean the lymph fluid that is collected from the lymphatic vessels.  However, when it is not working correctly all of the garbage is never removed and reabsorbed into your body.


The lymphatic system is comprised of lymphatic vessels that carry clear fluid called “Lymph” that seeps out of cells.  Lymph fluid is filtered and returned back into the blood system and the garbage is eliminated.  When your lymphatic system is not working properly and you are sedentary then the lymph fluid can collect in your body.  For instance, when traveling in an airplane, and you are not moving, fluid can collect in your feet resulting in lymphatic fluid pooling in your feet and ankles.  When your lymph is congested it can not collect excess protein causing water retention, leading to swelling or edema, resulting in sluggishness, fatigue, cellulite, arthritis, headaches and weight gain.


The spleen, thymus and tonsils are lymphoid organs.  Tonsils work with the digestive system and the spleen and thymus assist the immune system.   These organs perform similar functions as the lymph nodes do, but the spleen filters blood instead of lymph fluid.


Lymph nodes are a collection of lymph tissues, with the largest nodes located in the neck, armpits, groin and stomach.  Lymphatic vessels move the lymph fluid to the lymph nodes. The lymph nodes are critical for a properly functioning immune system. The lymph nodes filter cancer cells and other garbage, which is a good reason to make sure your lymphatic system is running efficiently.


If your lymphatic system is sluggish and is not flowing correctly, you will not be eliminating bacteria, cancer cells and foreign particles from your body.


Manual lymphatic drainage can help ignite your lymphatic system, allowing your body to eliminate these harmful substances in your body.


Why is lymphatic drainage necessary?

Blood flows through the blood vessels thanks to your heart pumping which pushes and circulates your blood. However, your lymph does not have any help to move through your body.  The lymph needs your intervention to help remove harmful garbage. Manual lymphatic drainage is a great way to have a well-running lymphatic system, which can also be achieve through daily exercise and deep breathing exercises.


Lymphatic drainage massage is a very light pressure pumping touch  (less than 9 ounces of pressure per square inch of skin), which allows the lymph to drain and flow better.  It can improve lymphatic flow up to 20%!  Resulting in the elimination of stored bacteria, viruses, proteins, cancer cells, and harmful substances.  The outcome is the improved production of lymphocytes and a healthier immune system.


It is suggested that a qualified professional conduct lymphatic drainage, but it is possible to learn how to do it yourself.  Just remember slowly stretch the skin using light pressure, so light you think it can’t work.


Health benefits of lymphatic drainage.

Our lymphatic system is of great importance to our health, conducting lymphatic drainage can help with the following:


Increase energy

Lymphatic drainage can be good therapy for people with low energy. Low energy is often the result of an illness caused by the retention of pollutants, bacterias and unhealthy cells in the body. With proper lymphatic drainage, the lymph will run better and accelerate the flow and discharge of harmful substances. It will also activate the parasympathetic nervous system, which allows a feeling of relaxation in the body.  If your parasympathetic nervous system is running well it will help lower your blood pressure, help with digestion, decrease heart rate and increase sexual arousal.


Treatment of injuries and scars

Lymphatic drainage improves lymphatic circulation, reduces edema arising from the violation of the lymphatic system and massages during recovery. Lymph that flow around the scar eliminates toxins and result in fewer keloids and hypertrophic scars and better-looking tissue.


Younger looking face

Lymphatic drainage can make your skin look younger, glowing and vibrant. Using light massage strokes on your face will result in a fresher and healthier appearance.  Lymphatic drainage on the face can also reduce a puffy and swollen morning face.


Healthy immune system

Lymphatic drainage improves the work of the lymph nodes, which then produce more lymphocytes. They are the fighters against viruses, bacteria and eliminate unwanted substances in the body that creates a healthier internal machine and results in a stronger immune system.


Lymphatic drainage can also:

  • Improve the appearance of cellulite
  • Burn fat and increase metabolism
  • Reduce the symptoms of PMS
  • Reduce pain, improve joint mobility, reduce swelling and inflammation
  • Relieve Sinusitis and Bronchitis
  • Reduce issues with Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue System
  • Eliminate Water Retention in the body.


How to improve your lymphatic system?

  • Pressotherapy is a great way to improve your lymphatic system.
  • Drink plenty of water to speed up the removal of garbage that is filtered and toxins in your body.
  • Eat a healthy diet, plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
  • Exercise regularly to start the circulation and blood and lymph.
  • Breathe deeply to provide enough oxygen to your lymph and will be better to move.
  • Dry brush massage of arms and legs towards the heart can help the lymph to move. Do it in the morning before you shower.
  • Jumping rope causing an up and down movement can improve the opening of lymphoma and lymphatic flow. Get a skipping rope!

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*Katie Trujillo,  as well as any other colonic therapist at Aria Wellness is not a physician, nor do any of the colonic therapists at Aria Wellness provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. We provide general educational information only, and do  not provide personal medical advice. The information provided is not intended, nor should it be used as, a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.


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