Drains and the Lymphatic System? How manual lymphatic drainage massage helps cleanse the body for holistic wellness
The lymphatic system is analogous to the drains in your home. What adverse effects happen when there is a clog in any of the drains? An unpleasant odor arises, water too quickly fills the sink basin, the toilet doesn’t flush, particles such as food, hair and bacteria become stagnant in the drain, and eventually the source of the problem is unclogged and water and other substances it carries flow freely through the pipes again.
A single stream of cold water wakes you up in the middle of the night repeatedly plunging into the puddle in the middle of your bedroom floor. You sigh at the soaked drywall above you, place a bucket directly underneath the leak and crawl back into bed. The water keeps leaking from the pipes, soaking the drywall. But you have a bucket to catch the water.
Did you stop the water and correct the problem?
Did you investigate all the root cause of the problem?
No because you didn’t want to be bothered. It wasn’t important at the moment and then life happens with work, kids, aging parents, vacationing, etc. and you forget all about it.
Sometimes the homeowner just changes the drywall and feels that takes care of the water dripping issue. Out of sight out of mind. I don’t have time for this.
But several months later, or three years later, that drywall collapses in the middle of the night.
Now there’s a problem! Not only is there mold growing in the house for months or even years because of that leak, now there’s structural damage. Will this get attention of the homeowner to remedy the problem? You bet.
Manual lymphatic drainage massage is one of several therapeutic options Whole Body Balancing offers for holistic wellness.
Want to learn how Whole Body Balancing can help you with natural healing, contact us for a consultation at our office in De Pere, Wisconsin. The office can be reached at 920-343-6365.