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Lymphatic Drainage Defined Part 2

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Published on May 23, 2012

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Lymphatic drainage aims to reduce these blockages as well as improving muscular and respiratory health. Large lymph node blockages can lead to pronounced swelling in the lymph nodes located in the neck, arms, trunk, groin and legs. They can also lead to swelling of body parts and appendages due to reduced circulation. Some therapists have linked lymphatic drainage to the reduction of allergies, menstrual cramps and common illnesses like colds and viruses. The lymph nodes may become swollen for a number of reasons. Injury, viral and bacterial infections, as well as tumors, lymphomas, melanomas and other cancers can lead to swollen lymph nodes. Even fevers and sore throats often accompanied by swollen lymph nodes.

Lymphatic problems have been attributed to stress, lack of exercise, unhealthy diets and even tight-fitting clothing. Limiting these factors may be a way to improve lymphatic function and overall health. However, not everyone is at liberty to control stress, can make time for exercise and eat healthy food all the time. Lymphatic drainage therapy may provide some relieve by manual moving lymph through the body to remove blockages and increase circulation. Lymphatic drainage therapy, or manual lymphatic drainage, is noninvasive and gentle massage therapy that offers management of the lymphatic system.

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