Podcast 46 Insomnia Can Be Helped With Lymphatic System Detoxification

Insomnia Word Med PicInsomnia is a bigger problem, than you can imagine. Many clients come to me for more severe problems and mention that they have insomnia, difficulty sleeping. It is important to know that insomnia can be helped with lymphatic system detoxification to improve lymph flow, circulation and detoxification. In a research project I did at my office, I put clients through three consecutive days of a one-hour lymphatic drainage session. When you drain the lymphatic system, you at first become more acidic and toxic for a couple of days. The night of their second session, many clients had depression, anxiety, aggressiveness and insomnia. After the third session they felt better. This happened over and over again. It showed me that anxiety,  depression and insomnia have a lot to do with toxicity.

In 2015 researchers found lymphatic vessels in the brain. This is a direct lymph-brain connection that can be used to reduce toxicity and help insomnia. Most clients when going through a lymphatic system detoxification over a few sessions, have a night of not sleeping well. This shows me how insomnia has to do with toxicity and how well the brain is able clean itself.

Podcast 45 Help Fatty Liver with Lymphatic System Detoxification

Liver You can help a fatty liver with lymphatic system detoxification to help improve lymph flow, circulation and natural detoxification of fats. When the liver becomes overly acidic the lymphatic system in the liver becomes toxic and overwhelmed. It can longer efficiently reabsorb triglycerides (fats) and cellular waste from the liver.  There are many ways to improve lymph flow to help improve circulation and natural detoxification in the liver.  An alkaline diet, supplements like milk thistle, intermittent fasting, daily exercise and lymphatic drainage can help improve lymph flow to help reduce fat in the liver.

Cerebrospinal Fluid Outflow Mostly Through Lymphatic Vessels

Brain Image Xray Med PIcRecent research has found that cerebrospinal fluid outflow mostly through lymphatic vessels. That means there is a direct lymph-brain connection that can be used to help how you feel mentally and physically. This is important emerging science, if you are interested in helping headaches, migraines, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, OCD, PTSD, TBI, dementia and Alzheimer’s. For decades it was known that there were no lymphatic vessels in the brain.

The discovery of lymphatic vessels in the brain is monumental, researchers at that time, said they will have to rewrite the textbooks. This is especially true for any problems with how you think and feel. The lymphatic system plays a large role in maintaining your brain and most of us, have been ignoring it. Start maintaining your lymphatic system and change how you feel mentally and physically.

Podcast 44 Help Sinus Infections with Lymphatic System Detoxification

Lymphatic Vessels in Head andWe are entering the colder months and more people suffer with inflammation and pain due to recurring sinus infections. You can help sinus infections with lymphatic system detoxification. Sinus infections are in part due to limited circulation and the buildup of cellular waste, that creates inflammation and a breeding ground for bacteria in the sinuses and nasal area. Many clients with chronic sinusitis benefit from learning how to improve their lymph flow by balancing their pH and manually draining their lymphatic system.

When trying to heal a sinus infection, limit processed foods, coffee, tea, soda, alcohol, rice, flour and red meat. Eat a more alkaline diet of fruits and vegetables, take a supplement like magnesium to help balance your pH, to improve circulation. Whether you see a therapist for lymphatic sessions or learn how to self-drain your lymphatic system, manually improving the lymphatic system is powerful in its ability to improve lymph flow, circulation and natural detoxification to reduce inflammation.

Beta-Amyloid of Alzheimer’s May be a Whole Body Problem

Alzheimer's Active Human NeuronsAlzheimer’s has been thought of as a disease originating in the brain. Recent research has shown that beta-amyloid of Alzheimer’s may be a whole body problem. Beta-amyloid is made in blood vessels and muscles and can pass through a weakened blood-brain barrier as we age. In this study researchers used conjoined mice to show how beta-amyloid in the body can accumulate in the brain and manifest signs of Alzheimer’s. Healthy mice were conjoined to mice modified to carry a mutant human gene that produces high levels of a protein called beta-amyloid. In people with Alzheimer’s disease, beta-amyloid forms clumps, or plaques, that limit circulation to the brain cells.

Normal mice that had been joined to genetically modified partners for a year, began showing signs of Alzheimer’s disease. The lead researcher said the beta-amyloid traveled from the genetically-modified mice, to the brains of their normal partners, where it accumulated and began to inflict damage. Not only did the normal mice develop plaques, but also a pathology similar to tangles — twisted protein strands that form inside brain cells, disrupting their function and eventually killing them. Knowing this information, how beta-amyloid from the body can build in the brain, it is important to improve the lymphatic system to help circulation and natural detoxification of cellular waste like beta-amyloid.