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How Manual Lymphatic Drainage Massage Helps to Regenerate Skin Tissue to Heal After Surgery?

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MLD Helps Regenerate Skin to Heal After Surgery | Reduce Scarring Manual Lymphatic Drainage massage is a gentle massage technique which helps to reduce edema.  Edema can happen for many reasons, including surgery. The lymphatic system works closely with the circulatory system and plays an important role in flushing out toxins from the body. Signs of poor lymphatic drainage are swelling in the arms and legs.  Other lymphatic problems are a swollen lymph node under the jaw, armpit or the groin. If you experience discomfort due to swollen nodes or edema after surgery, you can work with a licensed massage therapist.  A therapist can help alleviate symptoms and accelerate the tissue regeneration process. How does manual lymphatic massage work? The role of the lymphatic system is to collect and filter…
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Post Pregnancy Lymphatic Massages After Giving Birth – Rid Your System Of Epidural Toxins

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MLD Will Help Rid Your System of Epidural Toxins Epidurals for pain relief are often given to women in labour to help with birthing pain. An epidural is administered to the lower half of the body, especially the back. An epidural might be necessary in the case of certain complications including, a C-section delivery. A doctor might prescribe it to patients abnormally anxious or fearful of the anticipated pain. A woman can also opt for it while going through labour in case the pain becomes unbearable. Benefits of Epidurals  Painless delivery Reduces the pain of a caesarean delivery Risks Some risk factors like back pain, persistent fever, bleeding, and a drop in blood pressure can put the life of the mother and the child in danger. However, these are rare…
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MLD Massage Helps to Maintain Your Health and Balance

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Maintain A Healthy Immune System Lymphatic Drainage, a light massage therapy treatment, helps in increasing the lymphatic system’s function. The lymphatic system is made up of lymph nodes and lymphatic vessels that drain unwanted fluids. It is responsible for transporting lymph fluid into the body so that toxins and metabolic waste can be removed. If there is any obstruction to this flow, toxins will start accumulating in the body. This is where lymphatic drain massage comes in. What is lymphatic drainage? Lymphatic drainage is a type of massage that encourages the removal of waste products from the body. The body uses the lymphatic system for this, which is a part of the circulatory system made up of lymphatic vessels. These vessels carry a clear fluid known as lymph towards the…
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Boost Your Immune System with Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD)

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Boost Your Immune System with MLD The human body’s lymphatic system eliminates body waste. This system consists of fluids that push toxins and waste out of body tissues. The natural movement of muscle tissues helps the lymphatic system remove waste. Health issues, medical conditions, or surgery can cause the fluid in the lymphatic system to accumulate. This fluid buildup is called lymphedema. Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD) helps drain the excess fluid within the lymphatic system. Doctors may recommend (MLD) massage for patients with medical conditions such as fibromyalgia and lymphedema. A surgery or medical procedure that removes lymph nodes or impacts the nodes, can cause lymphedema. So, MLD is also recommended for patients that have had surgery related to their lymph nodes. It is important to approach a licensed massage…
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Reduce Facial Pain and Puffiness with Lymphatic Drainage Massage

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Lymphatic Drainage Massage for Face: What Are the Benefits? Let’s admit, a sinus pain is excruciating, but if we also have facial swelling along with it, the entire experience becomes simply unbearable. Facial swelling and puffiness can also be due to other factors like plastic surgery or an eye, mouth operation. Painkillers and such remedy might help temporarily, but do you know this condition (swelling, puffiness, or even bags under your eyes) is indicating something else? That’s right! All these signs point towards something called a slow and lethargic lymphatic system. What is the lymphatic system? Lymphatic system is a crucial component of your immune system, as it removes toxic wastes and other unneeded materials from your body. If this network of tissues and organs is not functioning properly, your…
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