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Getting a lymphatic drainage massage is progressively becoming all the rage as more people feel and see the benefits of moving stagnant energy and lymph around the body. Before we can dive into how Cryo T-Shock can help with lymphatic drainage, let’s talk about what exactly the lymphatic system is and why giving it some assistance can help with your overall health.

The Lymphatic System

The lymphatic system is a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins, waste and other unwanted materials. The primary function of the lymphatic system is to transport lymph, a fluid containing infection-fighting white blood cells, throughout the body. If the lymphatic system is working poorly, this can lead to swelling and severe disease within the body.

Lymphatic Drainage

Two key factors for keeping your lymphatic system healthy are water intake and exercise. Both hydration and movement help to keep circulation throughout the body. Since the lymphatic system doesn’t have a pump of its own, it relies on other methods to keep things moving and rid the body of waste. Other than hydrating and getting in a workout, Cryo T-Shock can be another great way to facilitate movement of lymph.

How T-Shock Can Help

During a Cryo T-Shock session, the wand lightly glides over the body, stimulating the lymphatic system without compressing the vessels. This allows lymph to move easily through the tissues and lymph nodes. This service is beneficial because it helps to cleanse your body’s tissues, increase circulation, keep body fluids balanced, and keep the immune system healthy. Not only will you feel rejuvenated, but you may even notice less swelling throughout the body.

To further facilitate the lymphatic drainage process, we recommend adding on the Ballancer Pro. This FDA-approved device encourages lymphatic drainage by gently compressing and massaging the body to increase circulation.