On-going chronic pain can be debilitating and life-altering Whether the pain is from surgery, trauma or an acidic pH, you can help reduce chronic pain by balancing pH. After surgery or trauma, the injured area can become overly acidic from the healing process. This can constrict the tissues and limit circulation. This limited circulation also limits the detoxification of acidic cellular waste which can create inflammation and an increase in pain. An acidic pH is a measure of the potential of hydrogen in a solution. When a solution is more acidic there is more hydrogen and less oxygen. The pH scale is from 0-14, 7 is in balance or equilibrium. You can test your saliva and urine pH with pH test strips. By balancing pH you improve the lymphatic system’s ability to detox cellular waste and you create a less damaging environment so your chronic pain can heal.
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John Ossipinsky is a Lymphatic System Therapist, Health Coach, and author. He has over 25 years of experience working with the lymphatic system to help most health problems. John is the developer of LymphPractic; bodywork for maintaining the lymphatic system. 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, explains 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. www.OssipinskyHealthAcademy.com
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