Tips for having a good lymphatic system in Cannes
It is movement that keeps the lymph flowing. The more you move, the more you maintain your system.
Any sport is therefore included, from simple walking to more extreme sports.
And if you practice a sport in the water, it is even better (eg water gymnastics).
Forget industrial products loaded with salt or sugar.
Drink plenty of water (no sodium) and cut out soda.
Or consume herbal teas made with nettle, dandelion, garlic, lemon or Echinacea.
Dare to take a cold shower!
Okay, if that’s too hard, at least try it on the legs.
It is best to alternate hot and cold, several times in a row.
Do deep breathing exercises so that movement of the diaphragm (the muscle that separates the chest and abdomen) can activate lymphatic circulation.
Deep breathing helps to stimulate the lymphatic system in your whole body.
You can practice deep breathing anytime!
• Place the palms / flats of your hands on your stomach.
• Slowly, breathe in deeply through your nose, and let your stomach expand.
• Breathe out slowly through pursed lips (as if you were about to blow out
a candle), and let your stomach flatten.
• Repeat 5 times. Take a short rest between each breath so you do not get dizzy.
Perform lymphatic self-drainage (see article on this subject) and / or call a professional for manual lymphatic drainage.
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