6 Amazing Tips to Rejuvenate Your Lymphatic System


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Ever Wonder How to Get a Great Detox? Check Out These 6 Steps to Rejuvenating Your Lymphatic System.


There can be toxins in the air we breathe, the foods we eat, the water we drink, and in many household products. Luckily your lymphatic system is working to clean up the cellular debris (bacteria, viruses, toxins, etc.) from every part of your body. In Europe and Asia, they’ve long understood how the lymphatic system works to supports every other system in your body, including the immune, digestive, detoxification and nervous systems. In fact, many believe that poor lymph health is the underlying cause of a host of conditions, from cellulite, breast discomfort to even cancer.


Understanding how the lymphatic system works and where it is, is important to know how to keeping it working efficiently. This article will show you how to rejuvenate your lymphatic system.


Think back to the last time your allergies flared up, or if you experience chronic sinus problems, how terrible you felt. Even worse, the way you felt during a cold or flu; fatigue, aches, and pains, inflammation, ear or balance problems.  If you know anyone who gets bacterial or viral infections often, you know how much it can affect their life. Their lymphatic system might not be functioning at 100%.

Even conditions like puffy eyes, cellulite, breast aches and pains and obesity have been linked to Lymphatic problems. Many studies suggest that if your lymphatic system is not working well, it can be a factor in cancer. The good thing is that your lymphatic system is pretty simple to supercharge.


“Cheerfulness is the best promoter of health and is as friendly to the mind as to the body.” -Joseph Addison


Just as cheerfulness can promote health, these next simple and practical steps can make a major difference in your health and enjoyment of life.


There are about 500-700 lymph nodes spread throughout the body. The lymphatic system is all over your body, but we need to pay attention to the clusters of filtering nodes.

The main collections are:

  • Cervical – Nodes in the neck
  • Axillary – Nodes in the armpits
  • Thoracic – Nodes in chest and breasts
  • Inguinal – Nodes in the groin
  • Femoral – Nodes in the upper inner thigh


The following simple steps with help correct or prevent the obstruction with the nodes that stop its flow.



  1. Drink plenty of purified or filtered water – at least six to eight 8 oz. glasses per day. Your body needs hydration to keep the fluids running!
  2. Clean up your diet – avoiding processed food, eating organic when possible, and eliminating simple sugars and carbohydrates.
  3. Consider regular visits to a massage therapist for lymph drainage. – lymphatic massage is a specialized delicate treatment to promote the flow and cleansing of the nodes.
  4. Dry skin brushing – Dry brushing is a way to stimulate all the above organs of detoxification because it provides a gentle internal massage. Dry brushing is also a way to exfoliate the skin, thus stimulating skin renewal that is super soft to the touch.
  5. Practice deep breathing – Deep breathing helps expand the lungs, check and belly to as movement to the lymph system.
  6. Get regular physical exercise – Our body’s movement Every step we take, swing of our arms promotes lymphatic fluid movement.

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