Posted on 22. Jun, 2015 in Blog
Knowing how to cleanse your body is so important because of the toxins in our food, air and water. Keeping your lymph moving is a way to insure a healthy detox. The Sound Lady offers a way to energize the flow of your lymph fluid by listening to sound frequency. Matter vibrates, sound is vibration therefore sound effects matter. You just need to know the right sound frequency. Sharry Edwards, creator of human BioAcoustics has discovered that the note B controls the water gates of the body. I have created a downloadable audio .wav file that you can play from your computer or cell phones. I use my french horn to create powerful harmonic chords by singing into the horn while playing a sustained note. It is a simple, non invasive easy way to energize your lymph for efficient lymph drainage. Here’s what people are saying about this audio file:
“My body is overloaded with heavy metals, especially lead. I’m amazed at the results I have with Kathleen’s Lymph Support audio file. It’s so powerful that I have to really monitor how frequently I listen to it because of experiencing detox symptoms. I’m so grateful and happy to have an alternative to all the other treatments that I’ve tried in the past. For me, this is by far the most effective and noninvasive detoxing method.”
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The lymphatic system is a one way system of channels that drains fluid and fights infection. It consists of a network of tubes that reach all over the body and drain excess fluid from the spaces in between the cells. It returns fluid into the blood stream. It also helps the immune system to fight infection and carries digested fat away from the intestines. When tissue fluid flows through the lymphatic system it is called lymph. The fluids carry toxins and other waste products to your lymph nodes before your body eliminates them. When the lymph vessels are clogged, you may experience swelling in your arms or legs.
Manual lymph drainage is a type of massage therapy performed by a qualified professional. The manipulation of your tissues allows the lymph fluids to drain more freely. You should not undergo manual drainage, however, if you have cellulitis or other types of skin infections. Manual lymph drainage can be painful. The outlook for lymphedema varies for each patient. In most cases, you will need to deal with some level of swelling on an ongoing basis.