An image of an asthma-inflamed bronchial tube on a white backgroundYou can help asthma by balancing pH to improve lymph flow, circulation and detoxification of acidic cellular waste. Asthma is a condition in which a person’s airways become inflamed, narrow, swell, and produce extra mucus, which makes it hard to breathe. You may hear wheezing in the lungs. When you see swelling in the bronchi or in a part of the body, often it has to do with a congested lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is a tiny network of vessels and nodes that help to reabsorb cellular waste, fluid, fibrin, fats and other debris from the body. By balancing the pH of the body you can help improve lymph flow to reduce inflammation and swelling in the lungs. There are many ways to help balance pH to improve lymph flow. A more alkaline diet is a key factor, also  basic supplements and light exercise can help balance pH. Receiving a LymphPractic session or learning self-lymphatic drainage to help directly improve the lymphatic system can dramatically help those with asthma.


John Ossipinsky