Part 3 of 3 in our Series on Lymphatic Inflammation

Part 3. How to Improve Lymph Flow

Move your body to move your lymph!

Unlike the circulatory system, which has the heart to pump blood, the lymphatic system has no pump. The flowing of our blood and the raising/lowering of our diaphragm as we breathe helps stimulate lymph flow, but muscular contraction and body movement are the primary methods of moving lymphatic fluid.

A sedentary lifestyle decreases lymph flow by a staggering 94%.

Sitting is the New Smoking
Sitting is the New Smoking Source: lipotherapeia.com

The accumulation of toxins and waste products may not only create lymphatic inflammation throughout the body, but also burden our immune system, weaken us, and make us more vulnerable to disease and cancer. Move your body to move your lymph and your bowels!

To help, learn about The Lymphatic System, How to Reduce Inflammation and:

Factors that increase lymphatic stagnation:

Ways to stimulate lymphatic flow:

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Learn More

16 Ways to Activate Your Lymphatic System

Ten Ways to Improve Lymphatic System Function

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