Lymphatic Massage

Lymphatic massage is a technique used to stimulate lymph flow.  Increased lymph flow improves the body’s metabolism, removes wastes and toxins from the tissues and provides a boost to the immune system.

Lymphatic massage can be useful for individuals who regularly suffer from respiratory ailments.  It is also recommended for people with sports injuries, skin problems or low energy levels.

The lymphatic system plays a crucial role in your body’s ability to heal injury and ward off disease.  It is responsible for transporting nutrients to the cells, for increasing metabolism and for helping fluid and waste to leave the body.

When the lymphatic system becomes blocked, fluid builds up and stagnates, causing the entire system to become toxic.  This makes us feel sluggish and more susceptible to viral or bacterial infection.

Blocked lymph pathways could cause a variety of ailments.  These include frequent cold and flu infections, joint pain, headache and migraine, menstrual cramps, arthritis, loss of appetite, fatigue, mood irregularities, depression, acne, cellulite and others.

A good lymphatic massage can increase lymph flow by as much as 20 times.  The massage stimulates this system, clears blockages, eliminates harmful substances and enhances the immune system.

Rebounding is one natural way of acquiring the benefits of an excellent lymphatic massage.  When bouncing, gravitational forces alternately put pressure on and take pressure off body cells. This pumping action massages and stimulates the cells, cleansing them of harmful toxins and promoting healthy lymph circulation.

David Hall’s Cellerciser®, the top-of-the-line rebounder or mini-trampoline in the market, is the safest way to get a good lymphatic massage.  It’s patented triple-tiered springs and its space-age Permatron® mat protect you from injuring your ankles, your knees, your lower back and your nervous system.

The next time you’re feeling under the weather, try bouncing instead of skipping exercise. Continue your rebound program to give your cells a good workout and to rid your body of that nasty bacteria or virus.

Finally, remember to drink lots of water before, during and after your workout to flush away the toxins and to make the most of your lymphatic massage.

 

 

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