Never Be Sick or Tired Again
A lot of people, even younger ones, have more and more problems with chronic illnesses, such as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, obesity, autoimmune diseases and cancer. When the immune system is not strong enough, the body reacts much quicker to various factors - toxins, bacteria, viruses, parasites, refined carbs, pesticides,heavy metals, some drugs, stress etc. All these factors congest body’s lymphatic system, disrupt hormonal system and change the DNA cell leading to number of physical disorders.
Our health actually relies on the immune system and the ability to eliminate the toxins from the internal organs and whole body. Sometimes body gets rid of the toxins through diarrhoea, vomiting and fever. However, if the toxins remain in the body, and the body is constantly suffering from the activity of the toxins, all of this can provoke physical and mental chronic fatigue leading to serious health problems, like:
Blood disorders: Lupus, Leukaemia, Haemolytic conditions, etc
Thyroid disorders: Graves’ disease, Hashimoto thyroiditis, etc
Brain disorders: Guillain-Barre syndrome, Autism, MS etc
Muscles/Nervous system: Muscular dystrophy, Fibromyalgia, Peripheral Neuropathy
Bones disorders: Ankylosing spondylitis, Arthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis
Lungs disorders: Asthma, Wegener’s granulomatosis
Skin: Vitiligo, Psoriasis, Eczema, Scleroderma
Pancreas/GI tract: Diabetes, Crohn’s, Ulcerative colitis, IBS, Celiacs
Regular detoxification of the entire body helps making body’s immune system stronger and helps body to defend by itself from many diseases.
10 Ways to Detoxify Your Lymphatic System:
– Lymphatic Drainage Massage, Acupuncture, and Infrared Sauna
Manual Lymphatic Drainage helps to drain toxins, fat and fluids from your cells, thus removing them completely. Lymphatic system is a part of your circulatory and immune system. Moreover, it is composed of glands like thymus gland, lymph nodes, spleen, and tonsils. Your lymph is responsible for:
- Transporting the white blood cells to your bones from and to your lymph nodes.
- Taking in and carrying out the fats like fatty acids and chyle from your digestive system.
- Eliminating the interstitial fluid in the tissues.
- Transferring antigen-presenting cells such as dendrites cells to your lymph nodes.
As your lymphatic system does not have active pumping system, it requires body’s movement, breathing, intestinal activity, and proper muscle action to boost flow in your body. Manual Lymphatic Drainage is another way to activate body’s lymphatic system and increase metabolism.
Additionally, acupuncture is another effective method to stimulate blood circulation and lymph flow to remove the toxins from your body.
Infrared sauna is also an excellent option to detoxify your lymphatic system. That causes your body to excrete sweat that possesses the extra toxins of your lymphatic system.
- Include the Herbs to Stimulate Your Lymph Flow
You may want to prepare homemade tea or include the following herbs when making your foods
- Wild indigo root
– Avoid Foods that Can Contribute to Clogged Lymphatic System
To enhance the health of your lymphatic system, avoid eating the following foods:
- Conventionally raised meat
- Table salt
- Artificial sweeteners
- Processed foods
- Conventional dairy
– Eat Foods that Induce Your Lymph Flow
You should eat small raw foods packed with nutrients in order to enhance the health of your lymphatic system. These foods include:
- Brazil nuts
- Low-sugar fruits
- Ground flaxseed
- Leafy green veggies
It is advisable to consume 2-3l of water on a daily basis. Also, you may want to drink a few glasses of lemon water daily for best results.
– Avoid Wearing Tight Clothes
If you wear tight clothes on a daily basis, it may reduce the circulation in your lymphatic system. Also, it may contribute to toxin accumulation.
– Use Dry Brushing
Brush your skin for 10 minutes with circular movements by using a natural bristle brush. Then, simply take a shower. You may also want to mix the dry brushing with hot and cold shower for maximum benefits.
– Take Cold and Hot Showers
Taking a hot shower helps dilate your blood vessels, whereas a cold shower helps shrivel them. This kind of shower includes taking a shower by using cold and hot water alternatively. Simply switch the water from hot to cold several times towards the end of your shower. This helps remove the excess fluid from your body. Note: This kind of shower isn’t recommended for pregnant women and for those suffering from cardiovascular disease.
– Take Deep Breaths
Your body contains a 3 times higher amount of lymph fluid than blood. Deep breathing is beneficial for carrying the toxins into the blood. Liver will get rid of them.
– Get Regular Exercise
Getting regular exercise plays a vital role in keeping your lymphatic system healthy. Start by doing simple exercises and gradually continue with more difficult ones. It is important to know that rebounding on a small trampoline and swimming is the most beneficial exercise for your lymphatic system.