Did you know that the Lymphatic System is the most “Neglected” system in the human body, but probably most important one?
Lymphatic and Cardiovascular are two fluid systems in the body, but which one gets more attention?
We exist on this planet so long, but the Lymphatic System was discovered only 400 years ago. And was classified as a secondary to cardiovascular.
When you start to understand the importance of the lymphatics, you would probably question its second place in the body.
Why do you not hear often about addressing the Lymphatic System toward better health?
Is medicine and science still catching up? Hope that will change soon!
“Lymph” means “Clear Water” in Latin.
Would you say “Clear Water” means “Healthy You”?
Did you know there is 2:1 ratio of lymph fluid to blood? If this ratio increases, people become unhealthy.
Did you know that every organ in the body is surrounded by its own complex Lymphatic Network where byproducts and toxins must drain into?
Brain, Gastrointestinal Tract, Cardiovascular System, Musculoskeletal System, Endocrine System. They all must drain and detox.
Guess what happens when lymph flow becomes stagnant?
Healthy Lymphatic System means Healthy You! Not the other way around.
What is the Lymphatic System?
The Lymphatic System is a sophisticated network of tiny vessels that helps the body to rid of toxins, wastes, viruses, fungus, and unfriendly bacteria. Your lymphatic system works very hard 24/7 to identify, filter and get rid of what doesn’t belong in your body. It also considered as the most powerful natural antioxidant system.
But did you know that besides draining, lymphatic system delivers nutrients absorbed from the gut to other organs in the body?
There are ways to keep your immune system boosted such as taking nutritional supplements, physical exercise, time outdoors, getting enough sleep, hydration and some more. But in many instances that might not be enough.
That might not be enough when your drainage is backed up. With all best attempts following daily routines, many people are still unwell.
Some of the signs of poor Lymphatic Flow:
- Water retention
- Swollen ankles/feet/hands
- Joint/Muscle aches/Fibromyalgia
- Rashes or itchiness
- Hormone imbalances
- Ovarian cysts
- Fibrocystic breasts
- Allergies/Sinus Congestions
- Frequent colds/flu
- Puffiness around eyes
- Swollen glands
- Auto-immune conditions
Some people do need help clearing out these drainage/detox pathways in resetting pathways for smooth lymphatic flow.
We find that Lymphatic Drainage Therapy is a highly effective way to free up blockages and congestion in the body, which allows the lymphatic system to flow unobstructed. When the lymphatic system is freely flowing, the body keeps 2:1 healthy lymph to blood ratio and can effectively transport toxins to their proper destination – OUT.
We strongly believe that doing Lymphatic Drainage Therapy might be a top priority to stay healthy for many individuals. This modality can boost and strengthen your immune system like no other therapy.
Our Wellness Center offers the Lymphatic Drainage Therapy as an integral healing modality. We combine the lymphatic drainage technology with other techniques (Colon Hydrotherapy, Infrared Sauna and Chiropractic) to promote healing.
Not familiar with Lymphatic Drainage Therapy yet, please read this blog post:
An Introduction To Lymphatic Drainage Therapy