Have you tried enemas, castor oil packs, sweating, massages, and breathwork and still don’t know why or if your drainage is open? If this sounds like you, you’ll love this webinar! Everyone is very different; some people open up quickly while others have roadblocks that need to be troubleshot with a practitioner or themselves. There are landmarks you’ll want to look out for and in this webinar, we will discuss them all.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- What is drainage and why does Dr. Jess talk about it so much
- How do I know how mine is doing?
- What to look for if you’ve been trying and your drainage still is not open
- Roadblocks that keep your drainage closed, no matter what you do
The human body has a complex network of drainage pathways, known as the lymphatic system, which plays a crucial role in maintaining our overall health and wellness. In this webinar, we’ll guide you through the process of understanding your lymphatic system and how to tell when your drainage pathways are open.
We’ll start by explaining the anatomy and function of the lymphatic system, including its role in immune function and waste removal. You’ll learn about the lymphatic vessels and lymph nodes, and how they work together to keep your body healthy.
Next, we’ll cover the signs that your lymphatic drainage pathways may not be functioning properly. These can include swelling or edema, frequent infections, fatigue, and other symptoms. We’ll show you how to identify these signs and what they may indicate about your lymphatic health.
Finally, we’ll provide tips for maintaining and improving your lymphatic health, including diet and lifestyle changes, exercise, and self-massage techniques. You’ll learn about common treatments for lymphatic issues, such as lymphatic drainage massage and compression therapy.
By the end of this webinar, you’ll have a better understanding of your lymphatic system and how to keep your drainage pathways open and healthy. You’ll be equipped with practical tools and strategies to maintain your overall health and wellness for years to come.