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Podcast 22 ADHD Helped by Improving the Lymph-Brain Connection

xray of BrainADHD Helped by Improving the Lymph-Brain Connection by balancing pH and improving lymph flow.  ADHD can be helped by optimizing your child’s waste disposal system; their lymphatic system. To help children with problems with their ability to think or function you first must understand how the lymphatic system helps maintain the brain.

The lymphatic system is a tiny network of vessels and nodes that help to remove cellular waste and protein rich fluid from around your cells. This network is a tiny plumbing system that must reabsorb; excess water, proteins, fibrin, lipids (fats), carbohydrates, enzymes, urea, minerals, hormones, some dissolved gases (e.g. carbon dioxide), cells (lymphocytes, macrophages), toxins, bacteria, cellular waste, bits of cell debris and return it back to the blood.

Lymphatic System Found in Brain

If the lymphatic system becomes compromised or constricted, it can lead to a buildup of waste in the body or brain leading to limited circulation, resulting inflammation and disease. The importance of understanding the lymph-brain connection cannot be overstated. In June 2015 University of Virginia researchers found lymphatic vessels in the brain, a direct lymphatic system-brain connection.

In my book, An Undetected Acid-Alkaline Imbalance I explain how when the lymphatic system is not working optimally you can fill with cellular waste. These proteins accumulate to create limited circulation in the body or brain, like logs in a river creating log jams. Learn how a more alkaline diet, alkalizing supplements, Epsom salt Baths and lymphatic drainage sessions can help improve circulation and natural detoxification to help ADHD and hyperactivity.

John Ossipinsky