Signs of a Clogged Lymphatic System and 10 Ways to Cleanse It

Our health is significantly determined by the elimination of toxins from the body, and there are many organs, systems, and glands whose role is to destroy these toxins.

However, in case some of them are clogged, numerous functions in the body will be disrupted.

The lymphatic system is part of the immune and circulatory system, and it consists of lymph nodes, glands, spleen, tonsils, and thymus gland. These are the functions of the lymph:

  • Eliminating interstitial fluid from tissues
  • Transporting white blood cells from the lymph nodes into the bones
  • Transporting antigen-presenting cells to the lymph nodes
  • Absorbing and transporting fatty acids and fats from the digestive system

Yet, the function of the lymphatic system may be impeded, due to various factors, such as lack of physical activity, nutrient deficiencies, and high intake of processed foods. In these cases, a person experiences the following symptoms:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Weight gain
  • Digestive disorders
  • Arthritis
  • Unexplained injuries
  • Frequent headaches
  • Sinus infections
  • Skin conditions

Since it does not have its own pumping system, the lymphatic system needs the body’s breathing, movement, muscle action, and intestinal activity to create flow.

Here are 10 ways create it and thus detoxify the body:

Drink clean water

You should drink lots of water during the day in order to support numerous body functions. It is recommended to drink half of the body weight in ounces, and you should also drink lemon water.

Breathe deeply

Our body contains 3 times more lymph than our blood, so deep breathing can do the pumping action needed for its flow, by transporting the toxins into the blood before the liver detoxifies them.

Exercise

Regular exercise ensures a healthy lymphatic system. One of the best choices is rebounding on a small trampoline.

Hot and cold showers

The hot water dilates the blood vessels, and the cold water shrivels them, so these showers serve as a pumping force.

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