If you are a parent of a child with autism, you look at every piece research or science that may help your child. Know that autism in young children can be helped by improving lymph flow. Look at new science of the lymphatic system to improve lymph flow and detoxification in the brain. In 2015 lymphatic vessels were found in the brain. A direct lymph-brain connection that can be used to help how your child feels and thinks. In 2017, lymphatic vessels were found to be the major outflow of cerebrospinal fluid from the brain. If you want to help the brain you must improve lymph flow.
Often individuals have problems with healing, after surgery. You can heal faster after surgery by improving lymph flow in the body. Manually draining the lymphatic system improves circulation and helps reduce inflammation from the healing process. Reducing inflammation can speed the healing process. To help reduce the risk of a keloid scar, it is beneficial to receive a LymphPractic or lymphatic drainage session post surgery. Depending on the severity of the surgery, wait 24-72 hours after surgery to receive a gentle lymphatic session. A lymphatic therapist can help improve circulation in the surgery area without getting close to the surgery site.
Primary Lymphedema is becoming more prevalent, many people are being diagnosed with Lymphedema that have had a problem with edema as a teen and it gets worse as they age. It is important to learn how diet and supplements can help Lymphedema. Lymphedema patients are taught how to self-drain their affected limb. Including a more alkaline diet and supplements that promote lymph flow is an important missed part to helping control Lymphedema. What we eat can either help or hinder lymph flow. Taking a few supplements like systemic enzymes to help break down cellular waste can also play a role in improving how well you can maintain your Lymphedema.
There is a clear need to learn ways to help those with autism think and feel better. Lymphatic system detoxification helps autism spectrum disorders by improving the lymph-brain connection and outflow of cerebrospinal fluid. In 2015 lymphatic vessels were found in the brain, a direct lymph-brain connection. Research in 2017 has shown that the major outflow of cerebrospinal fluid is through lymphatic vessels. This means the lymphatic system plays a large role in maintaining the brain. I believe that an acidic pH and compromised lymphatic system are a major contributing factor in autism spectrum disorders. The lymphatic system maintains the skin, bones, muscles, organs, blood vessels, nerves and brain. When the lymphatic system becomes compromised from an acidic pH, dehydration, immunizations, antibiotics, a virus, a child can have cognitive, digestive and skin problems, like eczema. Balance pH and improve lymph flow to reduce inflammation and toxicity to help many health problems associated with autism.
Most people have heard of intermittent fasting, were you don’t eat for a part of the day, typically 14-16 hours. What is the new phrase intermittent pH balancing? I believe everyone needs to learn about a new way to improve their health with a phrase, I have termed “Intermittent pH Balancing.” Most people are unknowingly overly acidic, even if you have no signs of acidity. It is easy to see when you know we spend over $50 billion yearly on antacids and proton pump inhibitors, PPI’s. We treat acid as a digestive problem, instead of acid damaging our cells and creating disease. With intermittent pH balancing for one to three days, or more each week, you eat only alkaline foods (fruits and vegetables), take supplements like magnesium and improve your lymph flow. Intermittent pH balancing helps to reduce toxicity and inflammation in the body and brain.