As we go about our daily life, toxins tend to build up in our bodies. Our lymphatic system keeps us healthy by flushing out unwanted wastes and toxins from the body. It involves a complex network of vessels that passes fluids through all our cells, tissues and organs. These vessels help to carry excess fluids away from where they have been trapped and encourage the flow of lymph — a fluid that plays an important role in the immune system.
During lymphatic congestion, the lymphatic system fails to get drained properly. Cells start to get poisoned from their own accumulated wastes, which then causes infections, swelling, inflammation, fatigue and various diseases. Poor diet, sedentary lifestyle and a toxic environment contribute to lymphatic congestion.
There are many ways for us to help mobilize the lymphatic system. Lymphatic drainage massage is one such way. This is a form of therapeutic treatment that uses soft and rhythmic strokes to drain out toxins, activate the flow of lymph fluids and provide a major boost to the immune system. It uses motions such as gliding, stretching, compressing, and cupping over the body to ensure that lymph isn’t trapped anywhere. The gentle motions help to stimulate the lymphatic system, allowing lymph to easily pass through the tissues and lymph nodes.
While LDM offers significant benefits to people suffering from conditions such as lymphedema and fibromyalgia, many women have also started incorporating it into their health and skincare routines as it helps lessen the appearance of fine lines and reduce puffiness around the eyes.
What are the Benefits of LDM Massage?
- Fights off infections
- Speeds up recovery from flu
- Reduces water retention
- Promotes weight loss
- Helps combat cellulite, swelling, scar tissues and stretch marks
- Helps with post-exercise recovery
- Reduces stress and fatigue
- Helps clean pores and get healthier skin
Getting an LDM Post Liposuction
Plastic surgeons often recommend lymphatic massage during the recovery phase following liposuction. Since liposuction is an invasive procedure, it is normal for some patients to experience lumpiness in the areas affected by liposuction. LDM helps to reduce swelling, bruising and discomfort that is experienced during the early recovery period. This massage procedure shows positive results after only a couple of treatments. Simply put, this treatment works well because massaging the areas that process the lymph fluid and nodes causes the fluid to drain.
Is Lymphatic Drainage Right for Me?
Why choose lymph drainage over a traditional massage? While conventional massage forms like Swedish massage or deep tissue massage are great for your muscles, joints, and nervous system, they are better suited for people looking for relaxation and tension relief. Lymphatic drainage massage goes one step further. It helps in cleansing the tissues to de-stress the body or speed up healing from illness or injury. The accelerated drainage promotes pain control and the light pressure used is soothing and sedative.
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