Lymphatic Toxin Removal Can Be Helped By NeuroCranial Restructuring
The lymphatic system is part of the body’s fluid circulating networks, returning the larger protein and waste products from the cells and tissues. It empties into the circulation at the vena cava near the heart. (The smaller, more watery waste products from the tissues and cells are in the venous blood already.)
Lymphatic fluids circulate through the lymphatic system by the contraction and relaxation of the skeletal muscles, moving by muscle actions like frosting squeezed through a pastry tube. With less skeletal muscle action, there is less movement of the lymphatic fluids. Proper lymphatic function is especially crucial during periods of detoxification like illness, dieting or cleansing programs.
When the lymphatic system is not working right, the body can get toxic rapidly. It is sluggish lymphatic function that makes the muscles sore, the bowel movements especially foul, the breath smelly, the skin greasy and the temperament sensitive during these times because toxins are backing up in the lymphatic system. (This is a time when massage can be helpful).
The role of NeuroCranial Restructuring for lymphatic circulation is small. There will be a difference in lymphatic functioning, but it will be indirect. The skeletal muscular tone will be different as a result of the postural pattern changes from NeuroCranial Restructuring.
This makes chronically tight muscles shorter and more flexible, which promotes lymphatic fluid movement where there would normally be little. There are also be changes in nervous system function with NeuroCranial Restructuring that could make a difference in the nervous system’s response to the toxic situation.