Manual Lymphatic Drainage

By: The Log Cabin  02/06/2015
Keywords: holistic therapies, Lymphatic

Manual Lymphatic Drainage or MLD is for the most part a very light touch rhythmic treatment which enhances the function of the lymph vessel system to contract more frequently and as a result increase the absorption of excess liquid and waste products. The lymphatic system filters the lymph before returning it to the circulatory system enhancing the function and activity of the immune system. The treatment is very relaxing due to the gentle nature of the movements involved Manual Lymphatic Drainage stimulates the body to boost the immune system, assisting in protection and warding off of illness Physically, it can improve the appearance of skin, reduce puffiness caused by retention of water, circulatory difficulties and pregnancy As a physical therapy it can help to alleviate client pain from conditions such as fractures, strains, sprains and rheumatism, assisting the bodies healing mechanism This treatment lasts about and hour and the cost is £35

Keywords: holistic therapies, Lymphatic

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