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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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Do I need a lymphatic massage?

Lately you may often hear about lymphatic massage. What is Lymph Massage? Lymphatic massage is a body massage designed to promote the healthy flow of lymph, which is done with light pressure combined with a gentle pumping motion in the direction of lymph nodes. Lymphatic massage may become essential for the person having problem with their body's drainage system.

The lymphatic system is a system in the body that secrete interstitial fluid, which collects debris such as dead cells, bacteria, inorganic materials, waste products, fats, protein, toxins and water. Therefore it is essential for the lymph to be transported well in the system, to maintain healthy bodily functions.

Today, lymphatic massage can be found in many modern salons and day spas. Most spas proposes manicures and pedicures, facial, various massage, and body treatment. And they are even provides you bikini wax phoenix or brazilian wax scottsdale. Hemm..... Many women who enjoy and love waxing and said they would look sexier after wax process. A little pain is not a problem. But don't want to be forced to adjust to an aesthetic that embraced by the porn industry about pubic hair. Do it if you enjoy it and tell your spouse “take me as I am”.

Finally, lymphatic massage is also useful for people with sports injuries such as joint pain help your body to heal and recover from injury. Lymphatic massage can be a valuable complement to your regular wellness program.
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6 Responses to "Do I need a lymphatic massage?"
April 30, 2010 at 9:44 AM
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May 5, 2010 at 11:19 PM
great info. thanks for sharing.
May 7, 2010 at 5:55 AM
great information.
May 13, 2010 at 3:25 AM
Therefore it is essential for the lymph to be transported well in the system, to maintain healthy bodily functions.
April 22, 2011 at 11:27 AM
nice post, just i have to translate this one first for more information.

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