Chronic pain can be caused by many things, from infections, trauma, surgery, medications and dehydration. You can help chronic pain with lymphatic system detoxification. Chronic pain is often due to lymphatic system congestion. The lymphatic system, is a tiny network of vessels and nodes that completes circulation through your body and brain. If the lymphatic system becomes damaged or congested it can no longer reabsorb fluid and cellular waste from the body and brain. When this occurs fluid and cellular waste can build in the skin, muscles, bones, organs, blood vessels, nerves and brain creating excess pressure or inflammation from cellular waste. You can have more control over chronic pain by going through a lymphatic system detoxification. Learn more about maintaining your lymphatic system.
Acid reflux or acid indigestion is a very common problem. Acid reflux is more than a digestive problem, it is acidic waste that is breaking down and damaging the body and brain. When overly acidic the lymphatic system becomes compromised and you become toxic from the buildup of cellular waste. Where acid waste builds, is where you have your pain or health problem. Billions of dollars are spent on products and medications to buffer acid. Every household has an antacid in their medicine cabinet. Many are taking Proton Pump Inhibitors, PPI’s, to reduce the amount of acid made by the stomach. There is no doubting there is a large problem with acid. Learning to maintain your lymphatic system can help reduce the buildup of acidic waste and resulting inflammation in the body and brain. The lymphatic system is a tiny network of vessels and nodes that maintains your skin, muscles, bones, organs, blood vessels, nerves and brain. When you maintain this system you directly help to balance your pH.
If you are like millions of others, you are having problems with sleep. You can improve lymph flow to help insomnia and sleep better. John Ossipinsky explains how improving lymph flow can help insomnia. There is a very strong connection between the lymphatic system and brain. In Fatal Familial Insomnia those affected have severe insomnia were they don’t sleep and become very ill. In an autopsy of a person with Fatal Familial Insomnia researchers found proteins building in the thalami. In many diseases of the brain accumulating proteins are a contributing factor. The lymphatic system plays a large role in maintaining the brain. In 2015 lymphatic vessels were found in the brain, that’s a direct connection that can be used to help maintain the brain and improve detoxification of excess proteins. When your lymphatic system is congested the brain can become filled with cellular waste (proteins), this waste affects how you feel mentally and physically. Learn how to maintain your lymphatic system to improve your health and sleep. Learn More.
One of the worst skin diseases I have worked on and helped, is with a client who had bleeding blisters all over her body for a few years, the disease is called Bullous Pemphigoid. You can help most skin problems like Bullous Pemphigoid with lymphatic system detox. The superficial lymphatic system is right under your skin, when your skin becomes overly acidic, the lymphatic system becomes congested and cellular waste can build in the skin, creating inflammation. The inflammation further congests the body, limiting circulation. The superficial lymphatic system is mostly dependent on deep breathing to move lymph fluid through its vessels. Deep breathing, good posture and especially learning to maintain your lymphatic system with diet, supplements and self-lymphatic drainage can help improve many skin diseases. Manually doing self-lymphatic drainage is a powerful tool to help directly improve lymph flow and detoxification.
When you start having problems with swelling or major edema you should begin maintaining your lymphatic system. Improving the lymphatic system with LymphPractic helps swelling. I just helped a client referred to me for swelling in her neck. I did three LymphPractic sessions over two weeks and the reduction in swelling was amazing. The lymphatic system is a tiny network of vessels and nodes that help to maintain every system in the body, even your brain. When the lymphatic system cannot reabsorb cellular waste it builds in your skin, muscles, organs, bones, blood vessels and brain creating inflammation.
I started my career 24 years ago as a Certified Lymphedema Therapist, so I understand how the lymphatic’s play a major role in edema and swelling. LymphPractic was developed after I realized that an acidic pH was limiting the lymphatic system’s ability to function. LymphPractic is a whole body lymphatic session that focuses on gentle detoxification. Over a few sessions of improving the lymphatic system with LymphPractic, lymph flow, circulation and detoxification is dramatically improved. By improving the lymphatic system with LymphPractic your swelling will reduce, you will have less pain and feel more alive.
When you are swelling, protein rich fluid is building in a part of your body. I see this in Lymphedema and Lipedema, as the lymphatic’s cannot recover the protein rich fluid efficiently the client’s feel congested and swell. Learning how to maintain your lymphatic system can help you have more direct control over your swelling and health.