2/3 of the human body consists of fluid. This fluid can be found in and around all the body cells, the bloodstreams, lymphatic ducts and the brain’s orbit. Many processes take place via this fluid. These processes are called the water balance.
The body is in optimum balance when the water balance is in optimum condition.
The lymphatic system (lymph vessels and lymph nodes) plays an important role in creating and maintaining the ideal environment for our body cells. It is the lymphatic system that fulfils a nourishing, purifying and draining role.
Lymph circulation is a normal, natural function in our body. However, this function can be impeded as a result of an accident, illness or stress. In this case, lymphatic drainage can bring the lymphatic system back to normal manually (with the hands) and/or with the use of compression equipment. Lymphatic drainage is a treatment to help drain excess lymph fluid when the body is unable to do so on its own.
Lymphatic drainage is a treatment that helps the body drain excess lymph fluid when the body is unable to do so on its own.