Our ability to fight cancerous cell growth mostly depends on our lymphatic system. This system includes bone marrow, tonsils, spleen, lymph nodes, and it is an independent system and it also functions as immune system. Its main functions are to fight infections, viruses, and even cancer.
With all of this being said we can deduce that the lymphatic system is highly important to our health. However, it is the system people are the least knowledgeable about, and it is often disregarded even by doctors.
Some of the ways to keep your lymphatic system functioning properly and on top of the game are:
Another often neglected activity that is highly beneficial to our health. Activity such as dancing, sports, or even walking are of the outmost importance for our health, and they can be a great way to keep the lymphatic system working properly.
Even an activity as simple as breathing can help your lymphatic system, and a study conducted in 1979 showed that breathing deeply, from your diaphragm, causes your lungs to press into thoracic duct which pushes back the pooled-in fluids back into blood, where they should be.
Deep breathing stimulates the movement of lymph through the blood, and therefore improves your body’s ability to eliminate toxins.
Bouncing up and down, as on a trampoline, is another way to stimulate your lymphatic system to function better. Vertical movements are proven by multiple studies to improve the pumping of lymph fluid.
Brushing off dry skin
Getting rid of dead skin is best done in the morning, using a brush, and it is proven to help with toxin release, as well as lymph system stimulation. Removing the dead skin from your soles is recommended weekly, and once a few weeks you can brush the rest of your body, staring from your feet. The whole procedure is simple and short, lasting no more than 10 minutes, and it is very beneficial to your overall health.