Does Dry Body Brushing Help Lymphatic System
Dry brushing is a type of Ayurvedic medicine that has been around for centuries. It’s believed to have many health benefits. Some of the benefits may include:
• stimulating the lymphatic system
• exfoliating the skin
• helping the body rid itself of toxins
• increasing circulation and energy
• Reduce water retention
• helping to break down cellulite
However, we find that dry brushing the body can be quite harsh to the skin and painful to certain skin types. Hence, MadebyAnjoe has created Anjoe's Electrical Body Massager which is known as lymphatic body brush. We advise to pair our lymphatic body brush with therapeutic essential oils such as our signature Mugwort Plant Treatment Oil that have blood circulation and nourishing properties. These combinations not only help to enhance better blood circulation, it also helps to hydrate and nourish the skin.
The lymphatic system plays an important role in our immune guarding and protection. We can promote better body detoxification by improving lymphatic circulation. But how can our lymphatic body brush help in improving lymphatic circulation and removal of toxins?
The lymphatic system helps your body fight off infections. Fluids flow through the system and are filtered through the lymph nodes. If you’re sick or exposed to a lot of toxins, the system may become backed up and clogged. That is why your lymph nodes often become swollen when you have a cold.
Using MadebyAnjoe’s Lymphatic body brush is one of the ways to promote blood circulation and encourage lymphatic drainage. All blood carries lymph fluid, which filters through the lymph nodes. Body brushing speeds up the rate of blood pumping, which helps get the lymph through the body, therefore removing toxins and pathogens more quickly
Body brushing is thought to help the body release toxins through sweat. The course bristles on the brush stimulate the pores and open them up. This makes it easier for the body to sweat, which in turn reduces the amount of toxins flowing through the lymphatic system.