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Manual lymphatic drainage massage has powerful, cleansing, relaxing, pain relieving effects.

It’s a gently, flowing, rhythmic treatment and can be applied to a wide range of physical conditions to great effect.  The techniques facilitate the removal of metabolic wastes, excess water, toxins, bacteria from the tissues. Lymphatic drainage is a therapeutic massage treatment. The massage uses very light pressure and long, gentle, rhythmic strokes. This increases  flow of the lymph and reduces toxins in your body. The lymph system is part of your body’s immune system and helps fight infection. It relaxes the sympathetic nervous system, reduces pain and enhances the activity of the immune system.

The massage is effective for a wide variety of complaints. This includes oedema, skin disorders, headaches, sinus congestion, post-mastectomy among other complaints.

What is a lymphatic drainage facial massage?

A lymphatic drainage facial massage is a soothing and relaxing massage using gentle but effective brushing motions. This helps reduce swelling in the eye and neck area, as well as the rest of the face.The lymphatic system functions via and is dependent on the pressure of the blood system.

Lymphatic drainage massage can help retain a clear complexion and reduce puffiness due to its ability to disperse congestion. Irritants in cosmetics, illness, allergies or overindulgence in inflammatory foods can cause these complaints.

Can you lose weight with lymphatic drainage?

While lymphatic drainage massage does not produce permanent weight loss on its own it may aid you in removing excess body weight. It can help improve digestion and the removal of waste products from your body. It may also help boost your metabolism by ridding your body of waste products through your lymph nodes.

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