How Toxic Am I?
The question is no longer “Am I toxic?”, but rather “How toxic am I?”
If you’re feeling over loaded with toxins, help may be available through lymphatic drainage therapy.
According to doctors, toxins are invading us through poor food, poor environment and over usage of medications, say Dr Mark Hyman, MD.
Why is this important?
Because a clean system can reduce the danger of secondary injury caused by toxic buildup in our bodies,
and by promoting the flow of fluids rather than letting them sit stagnate.
As a result, we potentially heal faster.
While in a post-surgical setting, lymphatic drainage can accelerate the transport of damaged cells and inflammation away from the trauma site, potentially allowing for relief.
What is Lymphatic Drainage Therapy?
This amazing form of therapy allows for movement of fluids via lymphatic channels.
After treating hundreds of patients with outstanding results, I’m convinced lymphatic drainage is useful for recovery and restoring health.
Here’s a sample of health issues we’ve treated with lymphatic drainage:
- Post-op Surgery Such As Liposuction
- Chemotherapy Recipients
- Metal Poisoning
- Lyme Disease
- Fatigue and Digestive Issues
How do I know if I’m toxic?
This is a great question.
And the first sign is usually fatigue, according to doctors.
Then followed by anxiety, poor mood, lack of inspiration, and physical discomfort.
As many of these symptoms appear after a major set back, such a cancer or surgery, and decades of poor diet.
Can any other natural treatments benefit my recovery?
The answer is quite possibly.
It’s called the Reset-Clenz, and you can learn about it here.
But basically, the Reset-Clenz adds a colonic following your lymphatic treatment.
And clients love it.
In conclusion …
Though the lymphatic system is not commonly talked about, it’s integral to good health.
Whether over-medicated from illness, recovering from cancer, or just bombarded with food and environmental toxins, lymphatic drainage therapy can point you in a better direction.
How do I schedule an appoint?
You can schedule online here or give us a call at (323) 206-2282.