The lymphatic system; unclear of exactly what it is? Picture the sewage network that underlines the streets of New York. It travels throughout the entire city while carrying out pollutants, toxins, and all the unknown and unwanted objects; leading to a filter system for drainage.
This is quite similar to the lymphatic system in your body. The only difference, the lymphatic system works with, and around, your most crucial organs and travels through every cell in our body. It carries out toxins and unwanted debris in order to keep you healthy. The liver is your body’s filtration system, which is drained out through the colon. It’s your body’s own sewage center.
No one wants a clogged up system. Unlike a city-made sewage and draining system, our lymphatic system does not have a pump. It relies solely on muscle contractions, movement of the joints, and healthy breathing. When the body is lacking adequate movement or becomes overloaded with toxins, it causes a sluggish lymphatic system. That’s when problems arise.
Swelling, built-up fatty deposits, fatigue, aches and pains, enlarged lymph nodes, sore throat, and digestive issues are just a few signs of a clogged or sluggish lymphatic system. If ignored, can lead to inflammation or disease.
Thankfully, there are many actions we can take even before any signs of trouble. Many of which, can easily be done in the comfort of your own home. Others are simple everyday tasks you can add to your already set routine. You might even find, you’re already practicing these healthy habits to keep that system healthy and flowing!
Kriss Kross will make you… Jump Jump! On a serious note, rebounding is one of the most beneficial ways to kick the lymphatic system into gear.
By jumping on a small trampoline for ten to thirty minutes daily, it stimulates the valve to remove toxins.