Girl Foggy ThinkingThere are many forms of brain fog, like fibro fog or chemo brain. Brain fog can be helped by opening the lymph-brain connection. Many things can affect how you think, from diet, dehydration, stress, hormonal changes, medical conditions and medications. All of these can create an acidic pH which could limit lymph flow and circulation in the brain. In 2015 researchers found lymphatic vessels in the brain, and in 2017 researchers found that lymphatic vessels were the major outflow of cerebrospinal fluid. This means the lymphatic system plays a large role in maintaining the brain. If lymph flow is impeded in the neck or clavicle areas, it can create a back flow of cerebrospinal fluid which can interfere with how you think. Eating a more alkaline diet, being hydrated, supplementing with magnesium and lymphatic drainage sessions can help brain fog.

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John Ossipinsky

John Ossipinsky is a Lymphatic System Therapist, Health Coach, and author. He started his career as a Certified Lymphedema Therapsit and Diplomate Certified in CranioSacral Therapy over 25 years ago. John activates the lymphatic system to help most health problems. John is the developer of LymphPractic; bodywork for maintaining the lymphatic system, focusing on detoxification. His book, An Undetected Acid-Alkaline Imbalance, as well as his virtual on-demand course, Detox Your Lymphatic System: Boost Your Brain, Weight Loss, and Life, explain how an acidic pH can slow or stop the lymphatic system. A compromised lymphatic system can lead to Autointoxication (poisoning by toxic substances produced within the body) and disease. Contact John to learn how lymphatic system detoxification and maintenance can change your health and life. Try a lymphatic system health coaching session, LymphPractic or join our on-demand virtual course for the public, it's Life-Changing. www.OssipinskyHealthAcademy.com
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