Tramp Your Lymphatics

Tramp Your Lymphatics? Lymphatic What? In the U.S.  Detoxing our Lymphatic System is the most overlooked treatment for illnesses, whereas in Europe, it is the fourth most prescribed medical treatment.

The lymphatic system is our garbage disposal system. It rids us of toxins such as dead and cancerous cells, nitrogenous wastes, fats, parasites, infectious viruses, bacteria, disease, heavy metals, and other assorted junk cast off by your hundred trillion cells. Other toxins to consider are all around us and consumed by us daily in the form of the processed foods we eat, the pesticides used to grow our fruits & veggies, GMO stuff, fluoridated or otherwise polluted water, BPA in plastic containers & the coating in canned foods, our air, Chem Trails, vaccines, pharmaceuticals, those gorgeous tattoos. on & on. 

Modern Americans are at high risk for lymphatic blockage. Because they spend the majority of their day either standing or seated, and there are few rest breaks for lying down, walking, or planned gentle rhythmic sensual movement. Tight clothing, especially socks, underwear and bras, add to resistance of lymphatic flow. Not only is exercise necessary for proper lymph flow, but long hours in a fixed posture (cubicle or register) with tense muscle greatly impede the flow of lymph.

The Lymphatic System consists of hundreds of miles of tubules filled with millions of one-way valves, which allows the lymph fluid to flow in only one direction – usually upward away from gravity.

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When it is in a sluggish state, the result is degenerative disease, loss of IQ, and an increase in the rate of aging.

Contrary to blood which is pumped by the heart, the lymph is totally dependent on physical exercise, massage, and body positions (gravity) to move. Without adequate movement, the cells are left stewing in their own waste products and starving for nutrients

When toxic lymph fluid is returned to the circulatory system, the infection can spread to any organ or part of the body. In this way the lymphatic system can harbour pathogens which become resistant to treatment resulting in recurrent or chronic infections and even death. The various systems and organs affected also slowly become less efficient and sluggish as they fill with their own waste.  

A toxic, sluggish lymphatic system is at the core of the fluid retention, muscle soreness and generalised inflammation experienced by many individuals with fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. In one study, 80 percent of overweight women were found to have sluggish lymphatic systems and getting this system flowing smoothly is the key to weight loss and improved feelings of well-being.

Signs of a sluggish lymphatic system include: 

Aches and pains

Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, lupus or another chronic immune system disorder

Lumps and growths

Allergies

Chronic sinusitis, tonsillitis and/or sore throat 

Enlarged prostate gland

Heart disease and hypertension

Eczema & other skin conditions

Repetitive or chronic infections and/or slow wound healing

‘Autoimmune’ conditions such as systemic lupus erythematosus and multiple sclerosis

Bloating and swelling such as swollen ankles or puffy eyes 

Inflammation

Headaches

Excessive sweating

Obesity and cellulite

Anaemic conditions

Problems digesting fat

Low back pain and/or arthritis 

Cancer

Ear or balance problems infections

Nocturnal tooth grinding

Nocturnal breathing difficulties

Sleeping or relaxing with the arms raised over the head

Numbness and/or tingling in the extremities

Frequent nocturnal urination and

A lowered red blood cell count

rheumatoid arthritis and other diseases

 

So to detox our lymphatic system is a                        good thing.

 

Almost anything which can stimulate the movement of lymph fluid inside the lymph vessels is beneficial, but the most efficient way to stimulate the flow of lymph fluid is by REBOUNDING on a mini-trampoline. The up and down rhythmic bouncing causes all of the one-way valves to open and close simultaneously, increasing lymph flow as much as 15- 30 times. Also, bones become stronger with exercise.

So let’s Tramp your Lymphatics!

Even better….Let your creative out. 

Here is my first formal video on the trampoline.  Well worth $2.  :-) Creative moves to copy.

“Tramp In White”

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And here is another!  

“White Tramp Experience”

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One More!

“White Tramp Run”

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And if you have arrived all the way to this place in my page, you deserve a free demonstration.   😀  This is my home attire: A fine layer of insulated underwear under 20 year old sweats.  The disintegrated waistband has been augmented by a cut-off leg of old panty hose.  Wool socks & fuzzy slippers complete the ensemble.   😎 

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(It would be great if you “liked” my video.)

Why more than one video? Because I demonstrate various movements inspired by the music, channeling the healer/dancer archetypal energy. No two are alike.

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