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Are you feeling dreadful and looking unsightly? Even worse, are you experiencing water retention, muscle aches, digestive issues, skin issues, sore throat, cellulite, or sinus infections?

If yes, it’s time for a lymphatic cleanse.

But, how do you do so?

Explore 3 effortless organic methods to do a lymphatic cleanse in this post. Because every girl deserves to feel confident and look stunning.

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TL: DR A quick post glance:

  1. The Lymphatic system is… ?
  2. Deep breathing
  3. Dry brushing
  4. Exercising to cleanse lymph

Sound fancy? Okay, Ladies. Let’s start

1. The Lymphatic system is… ?

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So what is the lymphatic system, really? Well, the lymphatic system plays a crucial role in maintaining your body’s overall health by removing toxins and waste materials from your body. The spleen, thymus, tonsils, and adenoids are all part of the primary lymphatic system.

So how does the lymphatic system work, you ask? Simply put, the lymph nodes filter out bacteria and toxic waste where lymphocytes (white blood cells) attack the bacteria (10 Signs of a Clogged Lymphatic System and 20 Ways To Cleanse It – Foods That Heal You, 2020). That being said, it is vital to keep this system functioning at optimum levels.

Now that we know the basics, lets look at 3 effortless organic methods to do a lymphatic cleanse.  

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2. Deep breathing as a lymphatic cleanse

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Breathing deeply is a natural and effective way to support your body’s lymphatic system and help it cleanse itself. According to Foods That Heal You (2020), deep breathing is essential for removing toxic waste because the rib cage acts as a lymphatic pump. Breathtaking, eh?

In short, deep breathing is an effortless lymph cleanse, which aims to enhance both inner and outer beauty. By taking a moment to breathe deeply, you can reduce the amount of toxins in your body. As a result, you might experience positive changes in your physical appearance and overall well-being. Cool, huh?

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3. Dry brushing as a lymphatic cleanse

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The organic practice of dry brushing involves using a natural bristle brush to stimulate the lymphatic system and remove impurities from the skin. Through the gentle pressure of dry brushing, you can promote the flow of lymphatic fluid and drop toxins from your body.

How does this lymphatic cleanse work, you ask? Well, beneath the surface of the skin, many lymph vessels exist. So, by dry brushing your skin, you can stimulate the lymph vessels, which help to flush out toxins. The normal lymph flow within the body can be stimulated through regular skin brushing, which can aid in the body’s natural detoxification, as stated by Wells (2020).

That being said, to enjoy the benefits of dry brushing, make it a daily routine by brushing your entire body every morning before showering. Following Wells’ (2020) recommendation, start with a soft brush and light pressure, then work your way up to firmer bristles and more pressure.

Psst… by dry brushing, overtime you will beautify your skin via eliminating dead skin cells and toxins in your lymphatic system. At that, you could say bye-bye to blemishes.

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4. Exercising as a lymphatic cleanse

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Exercise is an organic way to do a lymphatic cleanse and promote overall health. How so, you ask? Your body naturally eliminates toxins from your lymph system when you sweat. You can feel the drops of sweat forming on your forehead as you push yourself through a tough workout, right? Well, you are eliminating toxins and enhancing your lymphatic circulation.

That being said, two low-impact activities you can do to start a lymph cleanse are walking and rebounding. Researchers say walking is an excellent way to promote lymphatic drainage. They claim it has amazing benefits for your joints, adrenal glands, and lymphatic system. Even greater, researchers say rebounding can stimulate lymphatic drainage — and you can do it indoors. This lymphatic cleanse can help improve your overall well-being.

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Major Takeaways

You now know 3 effortless organic methods to do a lymphatic cleanse.

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Foods That Heal You. 2020. 10 Signs Of A Clogged Lymphatic System And 20 Ways To Cleanse It - Foods That Heal You. [online] Available at: <https://foodsthathealyou.com/20-ways-to-drain-your-lymph/> [Accessed 16 September 2020].

Wells, K., 2020. Dry Brushing For Skin: Benefits & How To Do It The Right Way. [online] Wellness Mama®. Available at: <https://wellnessmama.com/26717/dry-brushing-skin/> [Accessed 16 September 2020].