If there are some healthy issues in your body, you have the lymph system as a sewage system for even normal metabolic toxins. The work of the lymph nodes is to provide antigens for purifying fluids, which contain anything from allergens to cancer cells. This fluid is called lymph. There is more lymph than blood in the human body, but in contrast to blood, lymph is with no pump.
If the lymph in the small lymph nodes through their ducts into the kidneys and liver don’t move out, then it backs up like a clogged sewer line. They can become infected, and we commonly call them wrong, “swollen glands”, because they aren’t that. The accomulation of contaminated lymph fluids leads to all sorts of health complications, some of them seriuos.
The sedentary lifestype results with bad health. Eating junk, watching TV for hours, a desk job, especially at the computer, is just as sedentary. Reason for that may be even lack of exercise or any sort of movement. The lymph system needs to be worked, too.
Moving lymph fluids is very important for women who wear bras or use underars deodorants, which contain toxins such as aluminium and leech into abundant lymph node areas nearby and beneath the skin.
It is more than necessary to drain and eliminate the lymph fluids through the kidneys.
There are some methods for moving your lymph fluid:
-rebounding or boucing (trampoline) for 10 to 15 minutes – it increase the gravitional pull on the lymph;
-intense walking or gentle reboudning;
-jumping on a rope;
-half-court basketball; tennis or racquetball, – move your lymph node fluids enough to facilitate toxin elimination;
– any athletic activity with jumping.
Rebounding is for unanctive desk bound people to computers with no any physical activities. You can just park your mini-trampoline bouncer next to you and take a rebounding break whenever you want.
It’s very suprising that in this massive exercising era, so many health experts are now realizing the value of walking to move the lymph around, preventing Alzheimer’s disease at the same time.
It’s strongly recommended the walking to be done outdoors in the nature, surrounded by trees, grass, lake or ocean, and open fresh air.
Ayurveda (traditional Hindu system of medicine, which is based on the idea of balance in bodily systems and uses diet, herbal treatment, and yogic breathing) confirm with the idea of being in a field of nature, whenever the weather allows it, when not, join the mall walkers.
The minimum walk daily should be 20 minutes or more, four times a week. Start slowly, then move into power walking if possible.
Walking is a weight bearing activity, when gravity helps move lymph each time one steps briskly with a slight pound to the ground. Make sudden stops of each step with your full weight to create additional pulls, to help the lymph pull downward.
Another very pleasuring way of moving lymph is massage, but it can cost more than rebounding and walking. Hydrate your body with fresh water often and help the kidneys and liver to eliminate the toxic lymph fluids from your body.