2016 December

Merry Christmas!

Laughter is good for the soul!  Here are a few holiday jokes to enjoy…

Where do snowmen keep their money?
A snow bank.

Why did Santa had only eight reindeer last Christmas?
Comet stayed home to clean the sink.

What do you get if you cross an iPad with a Christmas tree?
A pineapple!

Why was Santa’s little helper depressed?
He had low elf esteem!

What did one snowman say to the other snowman?
Do you smell carrots?

Why are Christmas Trees like bad knitters?
They keep loosing their needles!

Huzzah,
Monica

Lymphangiomotoricity

Lymphangio…What??
Lymphangiomotoricity is natural rhythmic pulsing of the lymph vessels. This pulsing moves dirty lymphatic fluid away from cells towards nodes where it is cleaned and then back to the heart where is reallocated to other body fluids if needed or eliminated if not.

How to improve lymphangiomotoricity?
I bet you any money this is not was on your mind when you woke up this morning!  Nonetheless, it is important to consider if yours need  a boost.  Of course exercise is a great start (that seems to be the case in most things, doesn’t it?)  Deep breathing  is helpful too with the influx of pressure into the thoracic and abdominal regions.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Gentle, stationary stretching of the skin and deeper tissues benefits in promoting lymph formation and increasing lymphangiomotoricity.  A lymphatic massage therapist is doing a lot more than just brushing over the skin.  Within minutes of working with the lymphatic system, you can hear and even feel the lymph begin to flow more vigorously.

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