Why Lymphatic Drainage Is Important
The lymphatic system has multiple functions for our bodies which includes absorbing and transporting fatty acids and fats as chyle from the digestive system. It also transports white blood cells to and from the lymph nodes into the bones. Proper lymphatic drainage allows the body to flush out virus, bacteria and fungus that feed on the protein wastes and rid itself of food additives and chemicals that attach to the protein waste.
Most chronic disease problems occur at the junction of lymph vessels called ‘lymph nodes’. One can feel lymph nodes by touching under the arms just below the collarbone or in the crease between the thigh and pelvic area. When touching these areas, many people will feel small bumps and sometimes pain. The bumps and pain are symptomatic of congested or blocked lymph nodes. Congested or blocked lymph nodes lymph nodes cold indicate a breakdown your lymphatic system
When your lymph nodes are congested, people will often feel fatigued, exhausted, chronic joint pain, or have intestinal problems. Western medicine is unusually focuses on the chemical make up of our blood, commonly misinterpreting readings such as cholesterol, proteins, enzyme and vitamin levels. In order to understand these readings you have to have to look at why and how they got there. Most importantly you must know that in order to regulate these molecules. Lymphatic system should be fortified and stimulated because it is the transport mechanism for many of these molecules.
How to Drain Your Lymph Nodes
One way to fortify and stimulate your lymph nodes draining off the excess fluid. Lymphatic Beam Generator (LBG) therapy offers a quick, safe and natural method of eliminating the excess lymphatic fluid build up. The therapy promotes healthy lymphatic drainage that detoxes the body and remove toxins using cold gas light photons. These cold gas light photos essentially unclogs your lymph nodes followed by removal excess fluids and transport fats from the body naturally. The pneumatic lymphatic compression massage aids the body in migrating fluids through the lymph system, unclogging pathways, migrating waste products, and eliminating stress effectively lowering acidic stress hormones (cortisol).
How Does LBG Drainage Therapy Feel
The LBG Drainage Therapy is a soothing experience. Sit back and allow yourself to sink into deep relaxation while the lymphatic compression massage creates waves of undulating pressure along your entire body. You can enjoy this deeply invigorating therapy at Alice Huang’s Natural Chinese Healing Centers near you. This therapy is available only at the Wyandotte location.
2939 1st St, Wyandotte, MI 48192
Call Our LBG Lymph Drainage Specialist Directly to set up your appointment:
Sherry Clippert-deVogel, B.Sc., M.Ed – 313-903-6181