Lymphatic drainage for detoxification:
Healthier without toxins!
Lymph is the interstitial fluid that “bathes” the cells of the body, bringing nutrients and removing debris from them, is actually the liquid in which "floats" and in which "dilutes" the blood - all detoxification processes occur primarily through lymph. Blood is actually a mixture of lymph cells, white cells and red blood cells. In contrast to the blood, lymph reach "all over" nostrum body, while the blood is transported through the blood vessels only.
The lymphatic system is an important component of the body's natural defenses against disease.
It contributes to the transportation of liquids and other substances in the body, including white blood cells.
When we cut, blood flows from the wound, but not everyone knows that we have a second circulatory system called the lymphatic system that destroys and removes the "invaders" such as viruses and bacteria in the body. It is an important component of our natural system defense - immune system - which helps us fight the infection.
The lymphatic system helps us at the transportation of cells, proteins, nutrients and degradation products in the body. More specifically, it carries white blood cells, including lymphocytes.
How does my lymphatic system works?
When super cooled, we feel sometimes that our glands under the jaw grow and strengthen. These formations are a component of the lymphatic system and are called lymph nodes. In the body there are about 100 lymph nodes and are easily noticeable in the armpits, groin and neck. The white blood cells circulate in the bloodstream searching and destroying foreign invaders, such as pathogens or toxins. Lymph nodes filter lymph fluid to remove the invaders to identify and block them from entering the bloodstream. Once the lymph has been "cleaned " in lymph nodes, it enters the bloodstream and next into the general circulation.
Conclusion: For a healthy body, a quick and efficient result you can opt for a professional lymphatic drainage.