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Valentyna Poniatovska
Lymphatic system test

Lymphatic system test

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1. Have there been an increase in lymph nodes in the neck or armpits?
2. Did the lymph nodes increase in the inguinal region?
3. Do you feel pain when palpating the lymph nodes?
4. Is there an allergic reaction?
5. Sweating at night?
6. Often a stuffy nose and shortness of breath?
7. Often a headache?
8. Do legs swell during the day?
9. Do you often experience severe weakness?
10. Do you often have a fever without signs of illness?

The lymphatic system is one of the most complex and not fully understood systems. It helps the immune system remove and remove dead blood cell waste, pathogens, toxins, and cancer cells. In another way, it is a “toilet” for our cells.

Unlike blood, lymph flows in one direction from the bottom up towards the neck. Lymphatic vessels connect to two subclavian veins, which are located on both sides of the neck near the clavicle, and the fluid re-enters the circulatory system. Twice a year, it is advisable to cleanse the lymph and monitor its condition.

To avoid blockage, as well as diseases associated with the lymph nodes, periodically check the condition of the lymphatic system.


Valentyna Poniatovska
Independent consultant IN AUSTRALIA

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