The lymphatic system plays a vital role of collecting toxins from your body’s cells. Some of the organs that are part of this system are the lymph nodes, lymph veins, tonsils, adenoids, appendix, and spleen. When the lymphatic system is not working properly, these cells that rely on it for elimination then become sluggish as they fill up with their own waste. When the lymphatic system is clogged up, it goes from being a life sustaining system to a breeding ground for bacteria and other parasites. Many of these invaders then become locked up in your lymphatic system leading to degenerative diseases and rapid aging.
Eliminative organs are very vital for proper body function. When foreign substances enter into your body, it is the job of these organs (kidneys, liver, lungs, skin, bowels and lymph system) to expel it. However, when these systems are not working (because of pharmaceutical drugs for instance) these toxins end up circulating through the body leading to a number of degenerative diseases. The U.S. Healthcare system has a tendency to overlook the vital role that the lymph system plays and seldom recommends lymph system stimulation in order to combat signs of toxic build up.
Exercising your Lymph
The best way to help detoxify your lymphatic system is to do things to help aid in its circulation. Since the lymphatic system is not directly connected to your heart, you need rely on other activities to help push the toxins through. Vigorous exercise is one way you can do it. Massage is another way you improve circulation in the lymph system.
The lymphatic system is made up of millions of tiny one-way valves which push lymph fluids upward against gravity. While almost any type of movement helps stimulate the movement of fluid in these valves, one of the most is effective ways is jumping on a rebounder. The steady up and down motion of bouncing on a rebounder, helps to cause the valves in your lymphatic system to open and close simultaneously, making lymph flow as much as 15 times more efficient.
One of the best ways to keep your lymph system functioning properly is to massage each lymph area for five minute each day. The nice thing about the massage is that it can be done while you are watching television.
Keeping your lymph fluids flowing is a great way to prevent numerous disorders including allergies, prostate problems, sinuses, heart disease, skin conditions, fatigue, parasites, MS, edema, lupus, inflammation, high blood pressure, lower back pain, arthritis, obesity, and a host of other problems that your probably had no idea were connected to your lymph system.