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The massage that could prevent Alzheimer’s

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The massage that could prevent Alzheimer’s

05.28.19 09:01 PM

Your risk of Alzheimer’s wiping out a lifetime of your precious memories rises as you age. And although your doctor knows that the health of your brain plays a major role in whether or not you develop Alzheimer’s, maintaining your brain health has been more or less a mystery in medical circles.

Fortunately, getting a specific type of massage could help you keep your memories intact for life.

So, if you’re worried about the possibility of you or a loved one developing Alzheimer’s, here’s what you need to know.

The secret to defeating Alzheimer’s lies in your body’s lymphatic system, the system responsible for removing wastes from your body. You can think of it as your body’s drainage system. And just like the drainage system in your house, if your lymphatic system gets clogged up, bad things happen.

In the case of your brain, that bad thing is Alzheimer’s.

When the lymphatic vessels in the brains are blocked, it causes amyloid plaques to accumulate — those are the brain plaques linked with Alzheimer’s.

Considering what can happen to your brain if your lymphatic system clogs up, it’s clear that keeping it moving is vital to keeping your memories intact.

So, how do you do that?

That’s where massage comes in. It’s called a lymphatic drainage massage and it’s used to get your lymphatic system moving again.

When you get a lymphatic massage, the therapist will use a light touch and specific directions in order to encourage the flow of lymph and toxins out of your body.

Since it is a specialized technique, be sure to see someone trained in lymphatic drainage massage.

Other ways to optimize your lymphatic system include:

#1 — Move more

Getting regular exercise is one of the most important steps you can take in clearing out your lymphatic system. That’s because unlike your circulatory system that has your heart to make it pump, your lymphatic system requires movement to make it work.

One of the best forms of exercises you can do for your lymphatic system is known as rebounding, which is simply jumping on a small trampoline for about 10 minutes a day. Other good options include yoga, high intensity interval training (HIIT) and walking.

#2 — Dry brush

Dry brushing is another technique to help boost your lymphatic system. Simply start at your feet, brushing up your body toward your heart using long strokes. Repeat on your abdomen and arms and follow with a warm shower.

#3 — Detoxify

Since your lymphatic system helps you move wastes out of your body, it makes sense that getting rid of the toxins that are backing it up will help it to function better.

The best way to do this is by supporting your body’s other detoxification system, your liver. You can do this with by taking:

• Milk thistle — This herb is a powerful detoxifier to help purify your liver and rid your body of toxic wastes that are keeping your system from functioning optimally.

• Turmeric — A 4,000 year-old Indian herb whose anti-inflammatory properties help protect the health of your liver cells and boost the removal of toxins from your body.

• Schisandra — An ancient Chinese herb, schisandra promotes healthy liver function by activating enzymes in your liver cells that produce glutathione — the master antioxidant that detoxifies your body.

• Selenium — This trace element rids your body of toxic mercury buildup, which has been linked to dementia.

You can find all four of these detoxifiers in Peak Liver Support.

#4 — Relax in a far-infrared sauna

You can also increase lymphatic flow just by relaxing in a sauna, especially a far-infrared sauna (one that heats your body without heating the air around you). That’s because it’s a great way to get your circulation moving and clear the toxins out of your body so that your lymph system can work the way it’s meant to.

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