Lymphatic Drainage

Lymphatic Drainage

The best lymphatic drainage is regular, brisk walking, in association with good quality, mineralised water!

The benefits of massage known as lymphatic drainage are numerous. This type of massage can reduce the pain of headaches, migraine, arthritis, rheumatism, and sports injuries and promote better sleep, relaxation and breathing. Lymphatic drainage may look the same as classical massage but on closer inspection, there are many differences.

However, the first port of call should be Frequency Specific Microcurrent, according to the evidence.

These include the lightness of movements, the pumping action and the change from working muscles to working on fluid located under the skin. People some times ask if lymphatic drainage uses pumps and whether it hurts. Well, it doesn’t do either. Manual lymphatic drainage is a gentle, soothing treatment, involving rhythmical light pumping and stroking of the skin and gentle stimulation of the abdominal organs.

Lymph flow and filtration is gradually restored and white blood count increases.

The body is able to digest nutrients and eliminate waste more efficiently, energy levels rise and resistance to infections improves.

Little is said about the lymphatic system. It’s the silent, invisible worker in the body-so most of us are unaware we even have one.

When it’s congested we say we have swollen glands, when in fact we have lymph nodes clogged with toxic waste and bacterial debris. “No wonder we feel run down, get sick, get blocked sinuses and can’t evacuate our bowels properly.

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