How to have a healthy Lymphatic System with Lymphstar Pro
I’m so excited introduce the Lymphstar Pro to my practice, The possibilities are endless in regards to what this machine can do and health problem be avoided. I cannot sell a product that I do not believe in 100%. That’s why I have stood behind massage therapy for 23 years and still love what I do. I have the same 100% belief about the Lymphstar Pro, which is basically Lymphatic drainage. This is another truly important prevention tool to stay healthy. Let’s keep our health is an all-time high by practicing prevention instead of disease.
Lymphatic drainage using the Lymphstar Pro is used for, lack of energy, or a sluggish immune system. Lymphatic drainage massage is also useful when working with clients who have sports injuries. After the initial inflammatory stage has passed, lymphatic work can be applied after Sports or Neuromuscular massage has been completed. This will help to clear the tissue of debris, and help to reduce the minor edema that sometimes occurs after deep massage. Continued applications of lymphatic drainage while the client is healing can help to enhance the tissue regeneration process by keep the tissue as healthy as possible.
Not only is lymphatic drainage useful for sports injuries, but it can also help scars. Lymph work has been shown to help the scarring process by enhancing circulation and immunity. As the lymph flow around the scar is increased, lymph vessels that have been damaged are stimulated to heal, and the increased lymph flow also draws away toxins, improving the health of the tissues.
When attempting to assist healthy scar formation, it is important not to push the lymph into the scar, which can cause the formation of keloids (a buildup of collagen fibers). All scar work should be done without deforming a newly forming scar- so as to not rip the tissue. One way is to work above the scar (closer to the node that drains the area). For example, a lymph therapist could work in the axilla and upper arm to help increase the lymph flow around a scar in the forearm.
Beyond its application for injuries, Estheticians have been using lymph drainage massage for years to enhance the quality of the skin, especially on the face. When the lymph is flowing, the cells are being bathed in fresh fluid, causing the skin to look fresh and alive. We have all experienced having minor edema in our faces- that puffy feeling and baggy eyes when we first wake in the morning after a long night. Usually after a few minutes of being vertical the lymph system starts to drain the face. A great way to see the power of lymph drainage is to apply a few strokes on one of those mornings, and watch in just a few minutes the tissues drain right before your eyes- leaving you looking vibrant and healthy.
Another common use for lymph drainage massage is with women who have had breast cancer and had some axillary lymph nodes removed. Sometimes these people develop edema in their arm. If there is a great deal of swelling, then this is out of the scope of practice for a most massage therapists due to the need for bandaging. If the swelling is minor however, then a fully trained lymphatic drainage therapist working in conjunction with medical supervision can do a great amount of good.
What is the Lymphatic system? Emphatic system transports the fluids that cleanses every cell in organ in the body. It is the pathway for toxins to exit from the blood and from the spaces between the cells. The takes the toxic load and sends it out through the bladder and bowels skin in the lungs. The lymph system plays a key role in our immune function. Fighting white blood cells are transported via the lymph to destroy bacteria, viruses, and fungi within the lymph nodes nodes also filter out these pathogens and other toxins finally there are lymph glands like the tonsils and spleen which it performs immune functions as well. To sum it up, we can say that the lymphatic system is essentially the information highway of our immune system and the pathway for toxin removal. In fact some say it is the immune system.
How do I know if I have lymphatic problems? Lymphatic flow functions normally with physical activity and an overall healthy circulatory system. When stagnation occurs in lymphatic fluid becomes thicker and congested. It’s also important to know that surgeries, injuries, radiation therapy, and removal of lymph structures create scar tissues that block lymph flow. The results of slower and blocked flow can be many, ranging from sinus trouble, swelling (edema) in any part of the body, tender cystic breasts, fatigue and chronic pain syndrome, skin and other infections, asthma and allergies, poor digestion, female problems, prostrate issues, continued pain after injuries and surgeries, premature aging to cancer and other diseases.
Are there other causes? Yes some people are born with primary lymphatic diseases. These issues range from trauma surgery and poor health habits. The fast lifestyle we lead substantially adds to impaired lymph function. These include tight and restricting clothing, lack of exercise, healthy food and abusive food, electronic and chemical pollution, chronic stress, poor sleep, and hormone mimics called in doctrine disruptors from plastics, air pollution drugs herbicides and pesticides. These all above burden the free flow of lymph.
What is the Lymphstar Pro and how does it work? Electro-biology devices have been in use for over 120 years. The Lymphstar Pro products are the pinnacle of this evolution.
Lymphstar Pro admits a low energy vibration that is safe and receive relaxing to experience. It is an electronic device that uses therapy heads containing noble gases and glass in tubes. The Gases in these tubes are excited (ionized) by a high voltage field at low current (amperage). The therapy heads emit various fields of energy when touched onto the skin. These vibrational energies are an electrostatic field, this field ‘dynamically pulsed’ at low frequencies to create acoustic waves and an electro-pressure field is created by the use of two therapy heads on various locations on the body in a non-invasive way. It also positively impacts the meridian acupuncture point systems of the body as well. When coupled with a therapist caring attention you have highly effective therapeutic system called the lympathic enhancement technology (LET).
Lymphstar Pro Instrument –How is it used? To standard therapy has lately struck on the skin by oneself or the therapist. They me also left in place for 5 or more minutes; or one is placed, and one is moved around. The placements follow in drainage pathways, are over lymph glands, or on organs such as the liver. Next specific problem areas may be addressed such as a painful may work congested areas such as the breasts or the digestive system
When seeing a therapist, they may feel the areas of congestion in places to assess the progress during a session. They will perform some manual technique to scan and over the notes to optimally guide the lymph flow and may go back over areas that require.
How does it feel to have the therapy? If that is one of overall relaxation. Afterwards some people are highly energized for hours and others may want to rest as needed each individual reacts differently, but you can expect some increase in bowel activity and/or bladder activity or a mild healing crisis as toxins exit faster from the body after treatment is done. People with serious health condition should be assessed by their health care practitioner before accessing the fact therapy. Overall, positive benefits are usually seen in 1 to 6 sessions. It is suggested to get six sessions, one each week and trying to make the sessions close together.
What health applications is it used for? This therapy is effective for breast health, pain syndromes, edema, immune problems, postoperative and injury healing (orthopedic, cosmetic, oncology, sports), rejuvenating aging skin, hormone balancing, stress states, and much more.