Lymphatic drainage techniques you can do at home

The lymphatic system is a series of nodes and vessels that help rid the body of toxins, excess minerals and other unwanted materials. The main function of the lymphatic system is to transport the lymph fluid to the lymph nodes, where the toxins and other materials can be processed. The filtered lymph fluid is then returned back to the bloodstream.

When the lymphatic system is functioning poorly, body tissue around the ankles, knees and legs and other areas of the body can become swollen with fluid. Women with ruptured breast implants often have enlarged lymph nodes which need to be removed from under the arms, during explant surgery, to improve chances of recovery.

Manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) is an important part of breast implant recovery. MLD is a gentle form of massage technique practised by a trained therapist to help stimulate the lymphatic system and encourage the flow of lymph fluid, so the toxins such as silicon can be filtered and processed by the lymphatic system.

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Simple lymphatic drainage technique (SLD) can be used at home to helps stimulate the lymph channels and drain excess fluid. Daily physical exercise such as walking and deep breathing exercises before and after the massage encourage the drainage of lymph fluid.

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