Massage and the Lymphatic System

We all know massage is good for relaxation, reduced muscle tension, stress relief and a sense of well being.

But did you know its also good for lymphatic drainage. masage

The massage works by working with the body’s own lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is responsible for immune system regulation and fluid and waste removal. It is what helps rid the body of any toxins that may cause illness. When the lymphatic system slows down or becomes blocked, then fluids begin to build up, causing the whole body to feel tired and heavy, making us susceptible to catching sicknesses.

By stimulating the lymph nodes through massage, it helps to clear any blockages and gives the lymphatic system a boost keeping it running healthy and strong. This in turn keeps your body free of toxins and illness and while also creating a stronger immune system.

So there is another good reason to treat yourself to a regular massage.

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5 thoughts on “Massage and the Lymphatic System

  1. Ross

    I just did a one day massage course myself since I like massages so much. I find that giving massages can be just as energising. Thanks for the tip, I’ll keep it in mind.

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