It is that time of year when we’re probably feeling a little bit sluggish from the overall indulgence of Christmas, closely followed by the holiday fun and New Year events.

It is safe to assume we probably all consumed more than normal amounts of most things and had a bit less sleep too. And then suddenly it is all over and we are back to the normality of life and routines.

It is easy to understand why we are not feeling our best!


Time to tidy up

Well, the fact it that it is all over and we need to do something thing to fire ourselves up again and repair some of the ‘damage’ that might have been done over recent weeks!

So it must be time for detox, right?  Or is it..?

If the goal is to quickly rid ourselves of the extra pounds thanks to a little too much fun and indulgence, then a few days on an abstemious and often boring diet, cutting out the alcohol and upping the exercise, can often do the trick.

lymphatic drainage_2We can all manage a few days feeling deprived can’t we?

However, if we are looking to make some long term healthy changes to our diet and general wellness then a quick fix short lived detox, just won’t cut it.

Don’t you think it’s time to be a little kinder to ourselves and look at a way to kick-start our bodies own natural cleansing process?


Focus on your lymphatic system!

Our lymphatic system works quietly in the shadows to clean up the mess made by virtually all the other systems of the body.

Every single blood vessel in our body is accompanied by a lymphatic vessel but our lymphatic system is widely regarded as lesser to the circulatory system.

However, the lymphatic system is actually a crucial player in our body’s ability to ward off disease and heal from injury.

Doctors in Europe and the Far East recognise the lymphatic system for its importance in preventive health care; understanding how lymphatic function supports every other system in the body, including the immune, digestive, detoxification and nervous systems.

In fact, many believe that poor lymph health underlies a host of conditions, from cellulite to cancer.

lymphatic drainage_3So, how do we look after our lymphatic system?

Eat clean; drink lots of water, take plenty of exercise and…get a massage!

Manual Lymphatic Drainage massage

This is particularly helpful and the Ballancer®Massage System delivers one of the best there is!

This kind of massage will benefit you in so many ways, including stimulating the circulatory system and bringing lots of nutrient enriched, oxygenated blood to the cells in the body that will result in healthier looking skin with an improved texture and less cellulite.

It will enhance lymphatic flow working to flush out toxins and carry immune cells throughout the body to help defend against infections.

If you are suffering from water retention and puffiness, you will achieve visible silhouette slimming and volume reduction of the legs, abdomen and buttocks.

And, important in any detox, you will enjoy a wonderful feeling of wellbeing, lightness and restored energy levels.

To find out more about this great massage system and discover where you can try it visit Ballancer®Massage.

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