In 2015, lymphatic vessels were found in the brain. In 2017 the major outflow of cerebrospinal fluid was found to be into lymphatic vessels. That is a direct Lymph-Brain Connection that can be used to help anxiety, depression and panic disorders. It will be decades before the medical system learns enough about this system to begin educating the public about it.
You have an opportunity to learn how to use the lymphatic system to help how you, or a child, feels mentally and physically. You can gain more control over anxiety, depression and panic disorders and most health issues by understanding how to maintain the lymphatic system.
From an NIH Director to John Ossipinsky, “There is a clear need to understand the biology of the lymphatic system in health and disease.” NIH realized this in 2000. There is definitely a clear need for the lymphatic system to be understood by every person.
You have “One System” that cleans “Every System” in the body, even the brain, of cellular waste and fluid. You need to understand how to maintain this system to help have more control over anxiety, depression and panic disorders.
John Ossipinsky has been working with the lymphatic system, especially a Lymph-Brain Connection, for over 25 years in Scottsdale, AZ. He started his career as a Certified Lymphedema Therapist and Diplomate Certified in CranioSacral Therapy. He understands an important lymph-brain connection that can help how you feel and think.
Research has linked anxiety, and many health problems, to a buildup of cellular waste from a compromised lymphatic system. Gain more control over anxiety, depression, and panic disorders by understanding the the lymphatic system, the body’s sewage treatment system.