A manual lymphatic drainage is a form of massage based on the hypothesis that this massage technique will encourage the lymph to move away from tissues and back toward the heart. It aims to promote lymph flow, which carries waste products away from the body. Manual lymphatic drainage can help people with lymphedema.
Manual lymphatic drainage techniques are a unique manual therapy intervention that can be used as part of a rehabilitation paradigm. They are designed to stimulate the lymphatic system and accelerate the removal of biochemical wastes from body tissues. In addition, they improve fluid dynamics within the body, improving patients' health and well-being. They also reduce sympathetic nervous system responses and increase parasympathetic tone, yielding a non-stressed state of the body.
The practice of Manual Lymphatic Drainage can be very beneficial for those with impaired lymphatic systems, which are essential for the body's normal functioning. Therefore, finding a certified therapist specialising in manual lymphatic drainage is important. In addition, it is advisable to seek medical advice before using this therapy.
The lymphatic system also filters the blood and prevents foreign particles from entering the blood. In this way, the lymphatic system provides our bodies with disease resistance and improves our overall health.
The benefits of Electro-lymphatic therapy include increased immunity, improved digestion, better sleep, and a more balanced state of mind. It can also reduce the appearance of cellulite by breaking down stubborn fat particles in the skin. This treatment also helps the body eliminate toxins and waste.
Assisted lymphatic therapy
Assisted lymphatic therapy is a noninvasive procedure that increases lymph flow through the body. The body's lymphatic system contains 70 per cent of the immune system, which makes this treatment crucial for improving overall health. It also carries nutrients throughout the body so a congested system can lead to malnutrition.
Assisted Lymphatic therapy is a painless, noninvasive technique that uses electrical, vibrational, and light waves to stimulate the proper flow of lymph. When the lymphatic system is congested with toxins and other waste materials, it cannot circulate and eliminate waste. As a result, ALT is an effective way to break up this congestion and flush toxins out of the body.
Treatment of lymphedema
Treatment for lymphedema aims to remove the fluid collected in the affected limb. It involves skin care, manual lymph drainage, and compression therapy. It also stresses the need to avoid activities that can worsen the condition. For example, excessive travel and physical exercise can exacerbate the situation. In severe cases, surgery and tissue autotransplant may be performed. In the meantime, the patient is advised to learn to live with chronic swelling.
Manual lymph drainage (MLD) is a gentle, noninvasive massage technique used to reduce swelling and promote natural drainage of lymph. It is important to note that a trained professional should only perform manual lymph drainage. Low-stretch bandaging (LSB) is another common treatment for lymphedema. Using a multilayered soft wrap, a skilled specialist can reduce the size of the affected area.