How Microcurrent Therapy Promotes Lymph Health

Inflammation, stress, and chronic pain can lead to a sluggish lymphatic system. And you know what that means…health problems. Fortunately, there are some fantastic natural ways to promote lymph health and reduce inflammation & chronic pain. Let’s look at some of them, including our favorite, microcurrent therapy.

What Are Lymph Nodes?

The lymph nodes, or glands, are small structures that filter the lymph fluid. The lymphatic system is an intricate network of vessels, organs, and nodes that help fight infection, remove toxins and circulate white blood cells.

Long story short, the lymphatic system is a key player in your immune system.

Common Health Issues Associated with the Lymphatic System

Common health issues associated with the lymphatic system include fatigue, swelling in extremities and around joints, seasonal allergies, chest congestion and difficulty breathing, skin concerns, headaches or frequent sinus infections, recurring colds and flu, and even immune-related disorders.

Lymphadenitis is a common infection of the lymph nodes and a common complication of certain bacterial infections. If you’ve ever gotten a vaccine or the common cold and noticed a swollen armpit or neck, that’s lymphadenitis. Lymphadenitis happens when glands become enlarged due to inflammation caused by:

  • Bacteria
  • Fungi (molds)
  • Or viruses

Bacteria such as Streptococcus, Staphylococcus, Bartonella (cat scratch disease), and tuberculosis can all cause lymphadenitis. If you’re interested in learning our Lymphadenitis Protocol, please pick up a copy of our top-selling instructional book, Current Medicine 3rd Edition.

How Inflammation Affects Lymph Health

Inflammation is a normal and healthy response to all types of bodily stress, from infection to injury. However, it can become problematic when it goes unchecked and causes long-lasting damage. This is particularly true regarding inflammatory responses in the lymphatic system.

When uncontrolled inflammation takes hold of the lymph nodes, it can reduce how well they operate. As with any medical issue, prevention and early attention can make all the difference. With timely diagnosis and treatment, you can effectively minimize adverse effects on your health.

 The most common signs of poor lymph health include:

  1. A feeling of generalized tiredness and fatigue
  2. Bloating or excessive gas
  3. Swollen lymph nodes

Other indicators include increased illness, such as colds and flu, skin rashes, or sensitivity to certain foods. If you’re experiencing any of these signs, you should contact your healthcare provider for further investigations.

How Microcurrent Therapy Improves Lymph Health

A healthy lymph system is the key to maintaining overall balance and proper immune system health. With microcurrent therapy, low-level electrical waves stimulate the nodes and vessels of your lymphatic drainage pathways so toxins can be released.

Not only does this form of therapy help to keep you naturally detoxified, but it also helps balance pH levels and improve circulation. Which leads to…

  • Increased energy
  • Improved overall health
  • Revitalized skin health
  • Decreased inflammation.
  • Better cognitive functions
  • Smoother digestion

The list goes on!

Listen to the Podcast: The Lymphatic System & Its Role in Chronic Disease

In this episode of the Pain Free for Life podcast, Dr. Rob is joined by chiropractic physician and lymphatic expert Dr. Perry Nickelston from Stop Chasing Pain. They discussed Dr. Perry’s groundbreaking work on optimizing metabolic fitness, nutrition, and chronic pain resolution.

The conversation centered around how your body slowly adjusts over time through the environment until it reaches a limit. Going past this limit can lead to long-lasting (or chronic) symptoms. Furthermore, throughout their discussion, both doctors shared insights into how everyone, regardless of age or condition, must finally stay on top of lymph health to overcome chronic pain.

Learn more and get all the details by clicking the link below…

The Pain Free For Life Podcast:

Episode #40: The Lymphatic System And Its Role In Chronic Disease – Pain Free for Life

5 Additional Ways to Promote Lymph Health

Microcurrent therapy is our favorite way to promote lymph health, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other steps you should be taking to keep your lymphatic system flowing as it should.

  1. Exercise Regularly. A vital element of The Hache Protocol For Pain Resolution, regular exercise helps promote lymph flow by increasing circulation throughout the body. This helps move stagnant fluids, also promoting tissue healing. It is essential to keep in mind that not all forms of exercise are beneficial for everyone – talk with your healthcare provider or physical therapist before beginning any new workout routine. For some fantastic outdoor activities to try come spring, enjoy our blog post; 5 Easy and Effective Exercises to do Outside.

To learn more about the Hache Protocol, sign up for our FREE webinar, Microcurrent: The Secret to Becoming Pain Free for Life.

  1. Drink Plenty of Water. Staying hydrated helps keep your lymphatic system functioning optimally, as water helps flush out toxins from the body. Make sure to drink plenty of fluids or homemade electrolyte drinks Eating hydrating foods such as cucumbers, celery, melon, and leafy greens also helps keep you hydrated. And bonus, staying hydrated improves microcurrent therapy results!
  2. Eat Anti-Inflammatory Foods. Try incorporating anti-inflammatory foods such as salmon, almonds, walnuts, olive oil, turmeric, and ginger into your diet to improve overall health (including improved lymph function). Avoid inflammation flare up foods like beef, refined sugars, and hydrogenated oils.
  3. Try Lymphatic Massage. Who doesn’t love a great massage? Lymphatic massage is a technique to encourage fluid movement throughout your body’s lymph vessels. This is thought to help stimulate immune activity while removing toxins from the body’s tissues.
  4. Get Plenty of Sleep. Getting adequate rest helps promote healthy cell regeneration, which further helps support improved lymph flow. Ensure you get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night for optimal benefits. Additionally, avoid staying up late or sleeping during odd hours if possible, as this can disrupt natural circadian rhythms making it harder for your body to repair itself while you sleep. Are you having trouble sleeping? Check out our blog, 3 Unexpected Reasons Why You Can’t Sleep. There, you may find the root cause of your night-time disturbances.

It’s no longer necessary to depend on conventional medications for chronic pain and inflammation. There are loads of natural ways to improve lymph health, all of which contribute towards better overall well-being! If you have any questions about microcurrent for lymph health or getting into our 5-Day Jumpstart For Pain Resolution starting February 20th, 2023, we invite you to contact [email protected].