Summer brings warm weather and BBQs, family get-togethers, and vacations which ultimately include a couple of beers, hard seltzers, margaritas, mimosas, glasses of wine, or other frozen adult beverages. You probably ate and drank a little too much, which can put a strain on your liver and make you feel a little sluggish, moody, or depressed.
Lymph Drainage Therapy for the Liver
When I attended a cadaver course, I was amazed at the size of the liver–about three pounds for the average adult.No wonder it is important to take care of it! I practiced some lymph drainage on the subject’s liver. However, it is only effective on the living!
Benefits of Lymph Drainage Therapy of the Liver
How can a manual therapist get to your liver?
It may sound like it would be deep and uncomfortable. On the contrary, it feels good and has so many benefits. About 70% of the lymph vessels are found just below the skin. Through gentle massage, a trained manual therapist can help stimulate the lymph system, and restore the healthy function of your liver.
LDT of the Liver Demonstration
LDT of the Liver and Common Disorders and Diseases
For those with the following conditions, LDT of the liver can provide life-changing benefits:
- Lyme disease
- post-chemotherapy and radiation
- Epstein-Barre Virus
- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- general malaise
These are just some of the many examples of how I have used lymph drainage therapy of the liver to help my clients live healthier, more productive lives.
Lymph Drainage Therapy and Massage in NH
Because lymph drainage therapy of the liver is so beneficial to my clients, I try to incorporate it into all of my sessions. As explained in my previous blog posts, LDT can benefit many other areas of the body.
Stay tuned for more benefits of LDT!
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