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5 Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

5 Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

writes on December 3, 2015
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5 Benefits of Lymphatic Drainage Therapy

 

Feeling like battling to get back on track, a man in his 20s tried to get up on bed. Yet, his body won’t allow him to. He wanted to savor the gentle warmth of the sunrise, but his drowsy, teary eyes made him stay indoors. He became frustrated on his sports injury that he got a week ago as he gazed at his swelling, left arm. He clenched his right fist, wanting to smack the wall in front of him.

 

If you are in his position, what would you possibly do? With the fast economic growth boost that your country is experiencing, comes a hectic schedule for a professional man like you.

 

Care to know the system in your body that is an essential part of immunity? The lymph system acts as your personal cleaner as it picks up, filters and cleans fluids, cell wastes, viruses and bacteria. When the lymph system works well, you’ll experience a healthy life and have a strong protection for diseases. Meanwhile, you may feel tired and be more prone to colds, infections as well as more serious medical problems when the said system is blocked.

 

Through very light pressures in a rhythmic, circular motion, a massage therapist can stimulate the system to work as it is and to help it move the lymph fluids back to the heart. Warning: Even though this treatment is somewhat beneficial, the practice is not advisable to those who have a certain type of cancer; it will just encourage cancer to spread throughout the body, as well as serious heart diseases, serious infections, or internal bleeding. Just to clarify things out, an expert’s guide is a need.

 

A failing lymphatic drainage— a natural function of the system, is commonly caused by lack of exercise, poor diet, pollutants, pregnancy, surgery and trauma. To help this system work efficiently, there is a type of therapeutic massage called Lymphatic Drainage Therapy (LDT). Here’s why.

 

1. For Pregnancy and After

For pregnant and lactating women, LDT gives comfort especially in legs and feet when fluid retention strikes. Considering the problems with blocked ducts and sore tight breasts of these superb Moms, breast feeding would be enhanced by this treatment.

 

2. For Healing

How about reducing pain and discomfort during surgery, injury or headache? This gentle massage therapy treatment would do the trick. Decongesting the swollen and sore tissues through therapy, pain and discomfort would be reduced.

 

3. For Skin-care

For the conscious gals out there, skin care routine like applying cleanser, toner and moisturizer, is a must-have. But, the use of the said massage would cause additional, visible results like a clearer complexion, reduced puffiness around the eyes, and lessened appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the forehead.

 

4. For Toxin-removal

Another help is its ability to ease the body in times of haggardness. To note, the system’s function helps lessen the lethargic approach of a person brought on by too much starchy, high fat foods and too little workout.

 

5. For Relaxation

And your level of well-being is enhanced as you feel cleansed and rejuvenated. With the gentle treatment, the feeling is quite soothing.

 

 




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