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Lymph for Life :)

April 21, 2014
The Lymphatic system is vital to body purification. Lymph nodes and  lymph ducts are the immune systems pathways which facilitate the removal of toxins via white blood cells and antibodies. The importance of keeping this system healthy should be of high priority, as congested lymphatics can be the root problem of all sorts of issues.
Swollen glands are symptomatic of blocked lymph nodes, which indicates a breakdown in the mechanical functioning of the Lymphatic system.
Some other examples are:

• Allergies • Prostatitis • Chronic Sinusitis • Heart disease • Eczema & other skin conditions • Loss of Energy • Fibrocystic disease • Chronic fatigue • Repetitive parasitic infections • M S • Edema • Lupus erythematosis

• Inflammation • High blood pressure • Viral infections • Puffy eyes • Bacterial infections • Low back pain • Loss of Energy • Cancer • Ear or balance problems • Arthritis • Headaches • Cellulite • Excessive sweating • Obesity

• And more!

A seasonal cleanse, regular exercise and massage are all great ways to take care of your Lymphatic system.

The lymphatic system is filled with millions of one-way valves, which allows lymph fluid to flow unidirectional – usually upward away from gravity. Almost anything that can stimulate the movement of lymph fluid inside the lymph vessels of the system is healthy, but the most efficient way to stimulate the flow of lymph fluid is by REBOUNDING. The up and down rhythmic bouncing causes all of the one-way valves to open and close simultaneously increasing lymph flow as much as fifteen times! All you need is a mini trampoline and a few minutes! It is also a great stress reliever and it’s fun!! Turn on your favorite upbeat music and start bouncing!

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