Effects of the Manual Lymphatic Drainage
On bodily level it affects cells, tissues and calms muscles.
This state of relaxation affects vegetative nervous system, relaxes the patient and reduces pain. Harmonizes sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system, blocks sympathetic nervous system and optimizes the reactions given to stress to heal diseases caused by stress.
The therapy takes part in strengthening the immune system by eliminating the body’s waste products with the support of lymph nodes, or even of digestive system in case of special ventral treatments.
This detoxification refreshes and rejuvenate on a cellular level too, I advice it as skin rejuvenating and anti cellulite massage method as well.
It also has a good effect on the walls of veins, helps to deliver the waste products and cholesterol.
It is recommended before and after surgeries, upon injuries or diseases, for sports people, as part of baby preparation programs, upon existing edema, lymphedema caused by any reason, to reduce inflammation or to boost the immune system.
It is necessary to provide these factors that determine the effect of drainage
- Drinking suitable amount of fluid (water) during the treatment, at least before and after the drainage
- 1 -1 ½ hour free time per occasion
- Calm, pleasant circumstances
- Warmer room temperature (25-31 degrees)
- Comfortable, not too hard and not too soft (massage) bed
- Keeping the warm temperature and relaxed state of the body with towel or blanket
Even one treatment is effective, but in case of problematic cases systematic cure is recommended. Depending on how serious the issue is, this can even mean daily treatment until the development and a monthly or annual regeneration state is reached.
In case of longer therapy it is possible to buy season ticket with allowance to help the patience’s continuous recovery.
When check-in I kindly ask the detailed information about the patient’s health state and background, preferable with medical sheets.
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