Lately I have had many of our clients asking for ways to help keep their system clear on their own between their Lymphatic Decongestion sessions so I have put together this list of self care tips to help enhance the effects of your session.
First of all lets recap on the signs of a congested lymphatic system. Our Lymphatic Systems are responsible for removing the cellular waste in our bodies. Everything from mutated cells to viruses and bacteria are cleared by the lymph system. When lymph becomes sluggish and congestion, our bodies have a hard time keeping up with all of the waste, environmental toxins, viruses etc that we come in contact with and we cannot have optimal health. When lymph is sluggish your entire body is effected, signs include:
If you feel that any of these signs relate to you, I do suggest using the techniques below to detox your lymphatic system and if possible schedule a Lymphatic Decongestion Session to speed up your detoxification process.
As always check with your healthcare provider before starting any herbal supplements as they can interfere with some medications and conditions.
EducationAlexandria TaylorSeptember 28, 2018Kálon SpaLymphatic, self-care, wellness, DIY lymphatic drainage, lymphatic enhancement technology, lymphatic massage, lymph drainage, lymphatic decongestion, dry brushing
How do you treat swollen lymph nodes in the neck naturally?
Lifestyle and home remedies.
Apply a warm compress. Apply a warm, wet compress, such as a washcloth dipped in hot water and wrung out, to the affected area..
Take an over-the-counter pain reliever. ... .
Get adequate rest..
How do you flush lymph nodes in your neck?
Place you hand on your collarbone. Move your hand down your chest in half circles toward your underarm. Massage your chest to help reduce swelling. This massage will move the lymph fluid from your neck and chest to your underarm lymph vessels and nodes.
What can I drink for swollen lymph nodes?
Swollen lymph nodes can be a sign of inflammation due to an infection. Over-the-counter medications can often provide relief, but natural remedies — such as basil, apple cider vinegar, and chamomile tea — may help manage symptoms and speed up the healing process.
What vitamins should I take for swollen lymph nodes?
Vitamins that support the lymphatic system include, vitamin A, C, E, and B-6. Common herbs that also help include goldenseal, echinacea, and poke root.