Lymphatic Enhancement restores optimal flow to the lymphatic system
Lymphatic Enhancement Therapy restores the optimal flow to the lymphatic system. It can relieve tissue congestion, restore digestive health, reduce pain and inflammation, aid in detoxification, help balance hormones, reduce recovery time and inflammation from surgery, is anti-aging and rejuvenating, and provide inch loss..
The Lymphatic system is most important in the elimination of toxins. Lymph nodes and vessels can become sluggish and clogged with bacteria and protein deposits similar to those in the vascular system. Consequently, toxic waste matter cannot effectively be released nor can the immune system function optimally. Inability to lose weight is often a sign of sluggish lymph, a combination of excess fluid retention, due to lymph congestion, combined with over acidity. Research has shown that there is a significant relationship between the sluggish flow of the lymph system and chronic illness. Blood and lymph are interdependent, so whatever helps the lymph to flow, helps the blood to flow.
Relieves tissue congestion
Superior to manual drainage along
Decreases pain and inflammation
Restores hormone balance
Improves edema and lymph-edema
Greatly reduces stress
Incredible anti-aging benefits
Improves digestive health
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The lymphatic system is part of the circulatory system and it consists of lymph nodes, lymph vessels, the thyroid gland, the spleen, tonsils, lymphocytes and Peyers Patches – elongated thickened lymphoid tissue usually found in the ileum. It is a complicated network that moves fluid from the interstitial (tissue) space, returns blood plasma protein back to the cardiovascular system, acts as our immune function, and eliminates foreign substances. The Lymphatic system is thus the TRANSPORTATION highway for the immune and repair functions of the body!
As a circulatory system, optimal flow must be maintained within the lymphatic system. Unlike the blood, whose circulation is driven by the pumping of the heart, the lymph does not have its own pump. It is propelled by three means: the movement of skeletal muscles, the nerves that create arterial pulsations, respiratory pressure changes, negative pressure in central veins, and external pressure or stimulation. The toxic load of the lymph is eliminated through the channels of the kidneys, bowels, skin, and lungs.
The frequency of contraction pressures within the lymphatic system are determined by autonomic regulation through the sympathetic nervous system and lymph volume. If conditions lead to sluggish lymph flow, fluid can concentrate in specific areas (edema), or impaired function along the entire lymph system can result (congestion). When this state of congestion is long lasting, blockages can form and cause a backup in the free flow of lymph. Consequently, toxic cellular waste cannot effectively be released from the body as a whole and from specific areas such as injury sites. Thus, the immune system may not function at its optimum. Other consequences of congestion are weight gain, sinus trouble, headaches, swelling (edema) in any part of the body, tender cystic breasts, fatigue and chronic pain syndromes, skin and other infections, asthma and allergies, poor digestion, female problems, prostate issues, continued pain after injuries and surgeries, premature ageing, to cancer and other ‘dis-eases’
What are the causes of lymphatic congestion? Most of us have issues related to trauma, surgeries, and poor health habits. Modern lifestyles substantially add to impaired lymph function. These include tight clothing, lack of exercise, unhealthy food and abuse of food, electronic and chemical pollution, chronic stress, poor sleep, and hormone mimics called endocrine disruptors from plastics, air pollution, drugs, herbicides, and pesticides. These all burden the free flow of lymph.
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