Irene Tan.... benifited from galvanic spa #lymphatic #drainage
Due to her working lifestyle... Caused stiffness on her fingers.... After one session... Her fingers can be moved freely... Lymphatic System in your body
The lymphatic system is a complex network of conduits and nodes that carry a fluid called #lymph. Lymph is a clear to yellowish watery fluid which formed in between cells of the body. This watery fluid travels in the lymph channels, through various lymph glands and eventually drains into the bloodstream. It is formed when interstitial fluid (the fluid that bathes cells and tissues) enters the conduits of the lymphatic system. The interstitial fluid is in turn formed because of filtration of blood. This clear fluid contains white blood cells, known as lymphocytes, along with a small concentration of red blood cells and proteins. Because white blood cells are smaller than red blood cells, they can pass easily through membranes which red blood cells cannot penetrate. It circulates through body tissues #picking #up #fats, #bacteria, and #other #unwanted #materials, #removal of #excess #tissue #fluid, #filtering #these #substances #out through the lymphatic system to #produce #immune #cells such as #lymphocytes (antibody producing plasma cells) and #monocytes.
Lymph glands that are near each other often form into groups or chains such as the sides of the neck, the armpits, and the groins and many places in body. Lymph and lymph glands are major parts of the immune system. They contain white blood cells (lymphocytes) and antibodies that defend the body against infection. Damage or interruption to the lymphatic system can result in a range of medical conditions. Small lymph glands (sometimes called lymph nodes) occur throughout the body.