Lymphedema & Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy

Lymphedema & Lymphatic Drainage Massage Therapy

Lymphatic drainage (or lymph fluid) is a process where a patient's lymph fluids have been drained from the circulatory system. In doing so, it allows for the removal of toxins and waste products which can result from exposure to germs and other dangerous germs. This is often employed as a treatment choice for both eczema and rheumatoid arthritis. At the same time, lymphatic drainage may be utilized in circumstances of cancer in which the lymphatic system has been compromised by disease or injury. It also can help alleviate symptoms like the flu and common colds.

What's Lymphatic Drainage? Lymphatic drainage is directly from the lymphatic nodes, through the lymphatic vessels to the endpoint via the varicose veins. The lymphatic system transports nutrients, cleanses the entire body of waste productsand controls the immune system, and offers immunity against infectious agents. The lymphatic system is linked to the bone marrow where blood flow is saved. It's necessary that all programs work together for optimum wellness.

Main Lymphedema is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the lymph nodes and tissue are unusually susceptible to damage from infection, immune suppressants, and/or the human body's immune reaction to foreign materials. In people with primary lymphedema, the lymphatic system doesn't function properly due to either (a) excessive production