The lymphatic system of the body is not one we hear about often, despite the fact it plays an important role in removing waste products from the body, starting at the cellular level. Widely regarded as a lesser sister to the circulatory system, the lymphatic system is actually a crucial player in your body’s ability to ward off disease and heal from injury. When the lymphatic system is sluggish or clogged, the body retains damaging toxins. Cellulite is only one of the common symptoms of inadequate lymphatic drainage. Others include constant minor aches and pains, low energy or susceptibility to colds and flu.
The Overlooked System
Most of us are not medical professionals, so we depend on our physicians and the licensing standards that the medical community and U.S. government have put in place to assure us that the doctors and specialists who treat us are adequately trained and experienced. It’s daunting and dismaying to discover that the quality of care we receive regarding our lymphatic system may depend on our own initiation of the subject to a medical professional.
Unfortunately, in many parts of the world – including the U.S. – there are no mandated medical training standards for lymphatic system therapists. However, some of the techniques used by physical and occupational therapists and endermologie® specialists help ease physical discomfort while encouraging lymphatic drainage.
The Bright Side
The gentle, palliative process of Mecano-Stimulation™ provided by the specialized endermologie® equipment softens the connective tissue that constricts both the circulatory and lymphatic systems. Both the medical community and healthcare professionals recommend that a regular schedule of mild, soothing massage treatments aids in lymphatic drainage and the treatment of lymphedema.
- Faster recovery and less scarring from surgery and other types of trauma by making lymph flow faster and stimulating the formation of new connections between lymph vessels
- Eases or clears chronic sinusitis, bronchitis, acne, insomnia and headaches
- Strengthens the immune system
- Relieves heaviness, tightness and swelling in those suffering from lymphedema
- Increases overall relaxation by decreasing stress
- Relieves retention of fluids during pregnancy and menstrual cycle
- Decreases local edemas and hematomas from orthopedic surgery, cosmetic surgery scars, and burn scars
- Glowing, healthy-looking skin
Detoxification is an ongoing process in our bodies, but occasionally our lymphatic systems need a little help to keep the process moving. A schedule of relaxing endermologie® treatments will not only stimulate your lymphatic system, it will reduce the appearance of cellulite, encourage internal blood and fluid circulation and bring back that healthy glow to your skin.
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