Massaging your lymphatic points, also called neuro-lymphatic reflex points releases toxins into the lymphatic vessels and then into the bloodstream where they can be eliminated by the body.Show more text
- With your fingers, press firmly into the skin where a lymphatic point is located utilizing my diagram above.
- Using firm pressure, massage in a circular kineticism for about 5-10 seconds.
- Work tender points for several extra seconds.
- Move onto the next point and reiterate until all the lymphatic points are massaged. If you have a plethora of tender points, please visually perceive note below.
It seems akin to an abundance of points, but it authentically only takes 2 or 3 minutes to get them all done! You can give yourself this self-lymphatic massage while you’re visually examining TV, while you’re on your lunch break heck, even while you’re at a red light.
Paramount Note: Do not massage a bruise or an injury. If you find that you have an abundance of tender points, your body may be inundated with toxins, so don’t massage them all. If your body has an exorbitant quantity of accumulated toxins, massaging all the tender points may make you feel flu-like as the toxins are being unclogged and relinquished. If that’s the case, just proceed gradually and massage a few points at a time.