Lymphatic Drainage

The lymph system is the “waste disposal system” within the body. It acts as the body’s defence; it clears away toxins, bacteria, cell debris, excess water and proteins. Without this important system we would die within twenty-four hours. The Lymphatic system consists of a myriad delicate vessels found in almost every tissue of the body that contains blood vessels. It works alongside and stimulates blood circulation and immune system. Its key role is to deliver nutrients, antibodies and other immune constituents to the tissue cells of the body and removing debris such as toxins, cell waste and dead particles which are then cleansed by clusters of lymph nodes. Lymphatic Drainage also works on the nervous system, lowering blood pressure, reducing stress and improving sleep patterns.