The lymph system is a network of lymph nodes, lymph ducts, and lymph vessels that produce and transport lymphc fluid from tissues to the bloodstream. The lymph system is a major component of the body's immune system
The lymphatic system aids the immune system in removing and destroying waste, debris, dead blood cells, pathogens, toxins, and cancer cells.
The lymphatic system absorbs fats and fat-soluble vitamins from the digestive system and delivers these nutrients to the cells of the body where they are used by the cells.
The lymphatic system also removes excess fluid, and waste products from the interstitial spaces between the cells.
The remaining 10% of the fluid that stays behind in the tissues as a clear to yellowish fluid known as lymph.
Unlike blood, which flows throughout the body in a continue loop, lymph flows in only one direction within its own system. This flow is only upward toward the neck.
It flows into the venous blood stream through the subclavien veins which are located on either sides of the neck near the collarbones.
After plasma has delivered its nutrients and removed debris, it leaves the cells. 90% of this fluid returns to the venous circulation through the venules and continues as venous blood.
The remaining 10% of this fluid becomes lymph which is a watery fluid that contains waste products. This waste is protein-rich due to the undigested proteins that were removed from the cells.
Without the lymphatic system, life cannot be sustained - people rarely hear about it or understand its complex work. The lymph system is closely related to the cardiovascular system, although its major function is as a defense mechanism. It:
The fluid that circulates within the system is called lymph. It is derived from blood plasma, although clearer and more watery, and lymph seeps through capillary walls to fill tissue spaces. Besides lymph, the lymphatic system includes lymphatic capillaries, larger vessel lymph nodes, glands, spleen, tonsils, and thymus.
Understanding the lymphatic system
Inactivity can significantly restrict lymph’s flow.
The lymphatic system consists of organs, ducts, and nodes. It transports a watery clear fluid called lymph. This fluid distributes immune cells and other factors throughout the body. It also interacts with the blood circulatory system to drain fluid from cells and tissues.
The lymphatic system contains immune cells called lymphocytes, which protect the body against antigens (viruses, bacteria, etc.) that invade the body. See more on lymphocytes below. It is abnormal cells of this type that cause lymphoma.
Main functions of the lymphatic system to collect and return interstitial fluid, including plasma protein to the blood, and thus help maintain fluid balance, to defend the body against disease by producing lymphocytes,
If the lymphatic system becomes too stressed with excess fluids, they escape into the surrounding tissue, leading to swelling of the affected part of the body. This is what is known as lymphedema. Often, this happens as a result of surgery, radiation, injury y, inflammation, burns, tumors or parasites. The skin in the affected area can swell up severely, and the tissue gets firm and painful.
With its amazing network of vessels and nodes, the lymph system circulates lymph throughout the entire body without a central operating pump. Dependent upon muscle contractions and othere thimulation, lymph manages to isolate and eliminate infection and cellular waste. Without a motor driving its circulation, deep breathing, exercise and Lymph tools like REBOUNDING are great ways to encourage lymph’s flow and to maintain the health of this essential system.
The lymphatic system works in close cooperation with other body systems to perform these important functions:
Lymph nodes may enlarge when immune cells react to pathogen such as virus or bacteria. Swollen glands, common to many illnesses is an example of nodes enlarging in response to a pathogen.
Lymphatic capillaries converge to form lymph vessels that ultimately return lymph fluid back to the circulatory system via the subclavian vein. The presence of one-way valves in the lymph vessels ensures unidirectional flow of lymph fluid toward the subclavian vein.
If excess fluid cannot be returned to the blood stream then interstitial fluid builds up, leading to swelling of the tissues with fluid, this is called edema.
Lymph nodes are the filters along the lymphatic system. Their job is to filter out and trap bacteria, viruses, cancer cells, and other unwanted substances, and to make sure they are safely eliminated from the body. One can start to understand how important it is to keep the lymph system Healthy.
Very few people understand the humble working of the lymphatic system. Basically, the lymphatic system consists of one-way channels into which excess fluids, called lymph, are absorbed. This fluid consists of waste materials and some white blood cells. It is not under pressure and only moves because of exercise or muscle contraction. Lymph moves towards the heart where it empties into veins. The two largest areas of lymph collection are just below the clavicles, areas that are often swollen or tender due to congestion in the lymphatic system. The left side carries more fluid than the right, explaining why so many people experience worse swelling on the left side.
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The valves of the lymph system move the waste-filled fluids to be flushed and filtered. But since there is no pump as there is with the heart, lymph circulation depends solely upon your breathing and muscle movement. Physical exercise and diaphragmatic deep breathing are critical to lymph cleansing and to healthy immune response.When the lymphatic system become stagnant, pools of waste build up and promote the rapid spread of infection throughout the body. Toxins develop in these "dump sites" and organs and structures in the vicinity of these become strained and weakened. In turn, functional deficits in organ performance result as the reservoir of undesirable microbial growth disrupts one's organizational integrity and ability to coordinate, cleanse, and repair damaged physiology.
ALL OF US ARE SURFING IN A TOXIC SEA.
We are constantly being assaulted by toxins in the air and water, in our food and medications, and even in our dental work.
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A Person experiencing Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome , Tumors, chronic inflammation, Tiredness, Low immune,,should consider that a toxic, sluggish lymphatic system is the core of fluid retention, muscle soreness and generalized inflammation
The exciting research of German biophysicist Fritz Albert Popp, Ph.D., a Nobel Prize nominee in physics, who investigated the relationship between coherence and the biophoton energy in our cells. Popp used highly sensitive light-measuring equipment to monitor the light emitted by living cells. He was able to confirm that living cells emit small bursts of light. He determined that cells do not just radiate light, they also absorb light. In fact, the storage time is relative to the quality of the cell. Therefore, a healthy cell will store light the longest, while an unhealthy cell will give off the light in a shorter time. He also discovered that the dying process of a cell is identical to that of a star. Shortly before its death, it will change into a supernova, whereby its radiation increases a thousand-fold, He further discovered that a healthy cell radiates coherent light, while a diseased cell radiates chaotic light.
According to Popp, every cell in our body receives coherent light, stores coherent light, and emits coherent light.1 The most basic sub-molecular component of our body is made up of particles of light called biophotons. These biophotons, traveling at the speed of light, make up the electromagnetic frequency patterns that are found in every living organism. This matrix or field of frequency oscillations or resonance specificity provides the energetic switchboarding behind every cellular function, including DNA/RNA messengering. Cell membranes scan and convert signals into electromagnetic events as proteins within the cell's bi-layer change shape to vibrations of specific resonant frequencies.2 Every biochemical reaction is proceeded by an electromagnetic signal. Cells communicate both electromagnetically and chemically and create biochemical pathways that interconnect with all functions of the body.
A leading detoxification principle is that illnesses can be caused by the build-up of toxic substances. Ridding the body of these toxins can help relieve symptoms, prevent illness and increase overall health & vitality.
Lymphatic system drainage is organized into two separate, and very unequal drainage areas. The right drainage area clears the right arm and chest. The left drainage area clears all of the other areas of the body including both legs, the lower trunk upper left of the chest, and the right arm.
As Dr. Chaitow points out, when the immune system is completely suppressed, as in Aids, yeast proliferates freely and colonizes the body and blood stream, leading to septicemia (blood poisoning). In less drastic but more prevalent cases, the immune system is temporarily suppressed and T-helper cells (lymphocytes which pass into the blood stream to help fight infection) are destroyed. Such immune suppression can be due to any number of factors, such as poor diet including ingestion of pesticides and preservatives, alcohol use, chemotherapy, radiation, exposure to enviromental toxins, antibiotics which injure or destroy the T-cells, and stress. Consequently, conditions are created for opportunistic infections and yeast to grow.
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So, how does Biophoton and Violet light help you detox? When the body’s toxin-containing water molecules are exposed to a particular frequency of Biophoton light, the water begins to vibrate. This vibration reduces the ion bonds of the atoms binding the water molecules, and as the water molecule breaks down, cellular toxins like mercury, aluminum, and toxic gases, such as sulfur and formaldehyde, are released. Alcohol and nicotine are also purged from the body.
One of the lymph system’s crucial functions is generating and storing infection-fighting white blood cells. In addition to lymph nodes, principal lymph organs include the bone marrow (where B-lymphocytes are made), the spleen, tonsils and the thymus gland (where T-lymphocytes are made). A large concentration of lymph tissue also surrounds the intestines. This tissue absorbs fats and actively separates nutrients from pathogens, providing defense whenever needed.
In addition to detoxification, studies have demonstrated the positive effects of light therapy on a wide range of health ailments. Biophoton light stimulates the circulatory system, causing the heart to beat more vigorously and blood vessels to dilate, which help cleanse the circulatory system and more fully oxygenate the body’s cells. In turn, better blood circulation means more toxins flow to the skin’s surface, cleansing the pores. Light in these wavelengths also stimulates the lymphatic system, which helps reduce swelling associated with Edema and pain. Finally, Violet and Biophoton light stimulates the cardiovascular system, helping improve and protecting against oxidative stress.
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A properly functioning lymphatic system is crucial to all aspects of our health. A very complex network, congestion of the lymphatic system is considered by many to be at the heart of most diseases. As medical researchers focus more on the lymph system’s universal role, it will become increasingly clear that measures to prevent lymph stagnation result in people living healthier, longer lives. by Nicole Cutler, L.Ac
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