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Video Transcript: The #1 Exercise to Detoxify and Move Lymphatic Fluid
Ty Bollinger: You mentioned exercise. One of the best exercises that I’ve been getting over the course of this investigative report from different doctors and researchers is that you jump on a mini trampoline to stimulate your lymphatic system to help you detoxify. Talk about the lymphatic system. What is the lymphatic system?
Dr. Irvin Sahni: So the lymphatic system is something that I think people aren’t as aware of as their lungs and their heart. The lymphatic system is basically to some degree an overflow valve for the body. So what happens is we all know our heart pumps blood out to our distal extremities. They go from arteries and the arteries go to capillaries and then the capillaries – so most of the blood that pumps through your body is constantly pumping through your body; goes from arteries to capillaries and passes back into your heart through veins and goes in a circuit through your heart and your lungs.
There is some bleed off, okay, and that’s what we call interstitial pressure in tissues. And there’s some bleed off where fluid, and a lot of it has to do with osmotic forces. I don’t know if people remember osmosis, and basically tissue pressure gradients and some of this fluid will bleed off into that interstitial pressure because the pressure inside the vessels is greater than the pressure outside of the vessels and there’s some bleed off; some loss of fluid.
Well, that fluid doesn’t jump back into your veins. It has to go somewhere. That’s why some people get edema. They’ll get swelling in their ankles and swelling in different parts of their bodies. Well, where does that fluid go? Does it just disappear? It goes into your lymph system.
So your lymph system is a system of vessels. There’s different components to it but your lymph system is kind of like vessels. They don’t have muscular walls like bigger arteries, but the lymph system grabs this fluid and then returns it back into the system, ultimately back into the venous system through a large duct in your chest called your thoracic duct.
But this extra fluid that sort of bleeds out through these capillaries will then feed back into that system. It also passes through other parts of your body including your spleen. That’s also sort of considered part of your lymphatic system. Your thymus, your tonsils, and your adenoids − what a lot of people have removed as a child. There’s lymph tissue or there’s lymphocytes and those lymphocytes recognize pathogens, viruses, bacteria, or things that are considered non-self and your body builds immunity through those lymphocytes which is what’s effective when someone has an immune deficiency disorder, whether you believe in HIV virus or not.
There’s certain immune deficiency disorders and T4 cells and helper cells; different classes of cells are affected when the immune system falters. And those are the little soldiers that are facing these pathogens, these bacteria, these antigens, toxins even as they pass through the lymphatic system. Sort of like your oil filter, I guess; they’re filtering out some of the nasty stuff.
So the reason jumping on a trampoline is useful is because your lymphatic system, unlike other parts, like your muscles or your heart or your skeletal muscle, it doesn’t have its own muscle. It doesn’t have a muscle wrapped around it like arteries have muscle around them. It’s called the tunica media. It’s what helps vascular changes. You can actually change the pressure by those muscles clamping down or letting go.
Well, the lymphatic system doesn’t have that ability. And so it depends on the skeletal muscles for that return. So by compressing your thighs, by just simply walking you’re actually pushing lymph through your body. It’s sort of passively pushed through by the other muscles in your body. And so by hopping on a trampoline you’re basically forcing those muscles to contract and you’re helping that drainage, instead of having it collect in your ankles like you see people with swollen ankles; you’re helping some of that return.
That’s why when people start having problems with blood pressure and their heart they sometimes will get swollen ankles because that big pressure differential is pushing all that fluid out into their interstitial tissues and their lymph system can’t keep up, especially if they’re sedentary. If they’re sitting around, they’re sick, they’re hurt, they have congestive heart failure and their heart has poor return so they get dizzy quickly. They’re not going to be able to get up and walk around to help push that lymph back into their venous system.
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What is your opinion of dry brushing to help move a sluggish lymphatic system?
Branimir Lozo says
Yeah. Dry brushing helps lymph movement and detoxification. There are many ways such as alternating hot and cold shower, cutting dairy (all) and processed food, deep breathing, extension excercises, exercise ball/rebounder.. Type in youtube 15 ways to move lymph system amd there is a video around 20 mins about that.
God bless 🙂
Just really wish I had another place to live. The ceiling in my dark “dungeon” is too low – and it’s on the 2.floor. So i can forget about having a trampoline.
Ceci dean says
But would you say that power walking for 30 minutes a day would accomplish the same thing as the mini trampoline? Or is there something unique to the jumping that cleans and stimulates the lymphatic system?
RUBEN PINON says
Timothy Price says
This is why simply jogging is so effective….. in keeping trim and fit, and in reducing edema in legs and feet, if you have been sitting for
a long time..
Susan Trice says
I have a mini-trampoline and hesitate to use it because my orthopedic doctor, who replaced my knees, told me ‘no jumping or running’. I am in fairly good shape and heard that he actually still jogs after having his knee replaced. Hmmmm! Would bouncing on my exercise ball do the same thing? Thanks for the advice.
Finally, information with selling something….
Ellen Marsh says
How long do we need to jump to have benefits?
Gary Popken says
The lymphatic system also has a series of one-way valves that require motion to operate. Without the up and down motion and the muscle usage the lymph does not move and is stagnant. You then get toxic because the by-products and waste from the cells is not removed.
Our Qigong teacher told us of her teacher who is over 100 years old now and the only exercise she does every day, twice a day for 20 minutes, is to stand on the floor and bounce her body in place, shaking her arms as she does so. Her feet remain on the floor so it is easy on the knees. I should think that doing this barefoot, on the earth, would be even better.
Diane Wilson says
Kundalini yoga is also excellent for the lymphatic system. It keeps the body young!
The Daily Lymphatic Activation, which uses gentle bouncing (with or without a rebounder), deep rhythmic breathing, and spoken affirmations lights up the endocrine and lymphatic systems. I’ve been using it for more than 20 years, and am healthier at 61 than I was at 31. Health and peace.
Does pressotherapy also work for lymphantic drainage? I have herniated discs in my back and have been told that rebounding is a definite no-no. What other ‘safer’ exercise options are there?
Vibration machines can accelerate the effects of a rebounder or trampoline.
Vivian Maddox says
Dry brushing before you take a shower is very good to assist the lymphatic system. Everyone talks about using a wooden handled brush and I tried that for a while. It doesn’t matter how softly I tried to brush I didn’t like the blunt scraping feel. My husband bought me a natural sea sponge for me to try and I like that much better. The sponge is about the size of my hand and I use it with vigorous brushing motions – starting from the feet, moving upward toward the top of the legs and the buttocks, and then the hands, moving up the arms to the shoulders, and then the rest of the body upwards toward the underarms … You can find tutorials on how to do it on the internet.
The other part of this equation is the exercise of brisk walking in the sunshine and rebounding indoors. After doing a lot of research, my husband bought us a very nice high quality rebounder from Cellerciser. Our routine is to rebound for ten minutes, twice a day.
Robin Marie Zimmerman says
I had breast cancer and subsequent removal of my lymph nodes under my right arm pit. I wear a compression sleeve when flying. Should I do the same while jumping on a mini trampoline or exercising in general to help those fluids move through my arm?
Tanya Chappell says
My lymphoedema management physiotherapist tells me compression sleeves work best during exercise and I should always wear mine while rebounding 😊
Do you know whether it is safe for a person that has a permanent IVC filter to jump on a mini trampoline to reduce edema in the legs and feet? My concern is that the force from jumping may cause it to become displaced, and travel.
Susan Grandgeorge says
What is the ideal frequency & duration for the trampoline exercise?
My Holistic physician told me to do it daily for 2 minutes.
Suz Farouggia says
Is that why autistic kids love to trampoline so much? Are they actually trying to detoxify themselves?
Autistic kids like trampolines because of the sensory input it gives them. Autistic children are typically sensory seeking and the repetitive jumping motion provides sensory input they typically like.
Maryann Holman says
Is there an ideal amount of time the jumping should be done for? 15 minutes a day, 30 minutes a day, etc?
Mark Smith says
Most of us don’t have access to trampolines, walking outside, dancing somewhere, yoga, tai chi, salt baths and various activity classes everyday, we can always and everywhere do alternate skip stepping in a small space a few times a day at different tempos–human popcorn.
The best wat to move lymph fluid is through yoga. You contract muscles. You stretch, bend, rotate…Al organs and muscles get a massage.
Richard Haye says
I don’t have room in my flat for a trampoline. I have mild cancer in lymph nodes. Can I jump up and down at the deep end of my local pool instead?
Leigh Renee says
Wonderful information………..I am a health and nutrition practitioner and will tell my clients of this………I have told some of my clients that feel they cannot jump on a trampoline to just sit with their feet on it and let someone else to the jumping………do you think that is good advice or am I off track?
Leigh in Orlando
Sharon Hansen says
Sounds logical to me.
Try swimming laps!! Gets everything going. Also, a sauna or steam room.or whirlpool. Eating calcium or sodium bentonite clay also detoxifies….especially gut issues.
“Whether you believe in the HIV virus or not”…….SAY WHAT???
Is there a theory out there this is “not” a thing now? I never seen it if so
Paul Hume says
Unfortunately his information is inaccurate as each lymph duct unit called a lymphangion is surrounded by smooth muscle. Nerve fibres originating in the sympathetic nervous system supply the muscles and each unit contracts for 3-5 seconds. Thus the lymph system which even exists within the brain continues to operate when we are asleep. Exercise is important however as research in sheep demonstrated doubling of the flow when they walked.
But, you know it’s a mini-trampoline they are talking about so you wouldn’t be jumping very high at all.
Ron White says
Feet stay in contact with the webbing. You bounce ….not jump in the air like on a big circus trampoline
Karl Cotter says
What about that vibrating machine (power fit) any good for the lymphatic system?
What about just skipping rope.
Jojo Sam says
Dear Henning I also live in an apt and I have a mini trampoline you do not need to jump that high. Place it near a chair so you can hold on to the chair and just walk on the mini trampoline. I do ten minutes of walking then work your way up. All the best
I have been rebounding on a mini trampoline for 2 years. When I first started, I was so toxic, I became nauseated after using it. Now, I feel great. I purchased a really inexpensive one on Amazon for $49. It is still going! We have only had to replace 1 spring in 2 years! My chiropractor doesn’t like the jumping up and down, so I raise one leg and then the other like fast marching. I set my kitchen timer for 10 minutes and do 1-3 times.
Here is a good protocol for lymph cleansing:
1. Drink warm lemon water
2. Oil pulling with coconut oil and clove and lemon essential oils.
3. Rebounding while oil pulling.
4. Red clover and chapparel herb tea(cleans lymph)
5. 30 min yoga
6. Dry skin brushing
This is my morning routine and has done wonders for my health!! Ideally anytime between 10-20 minutes of rebounding is sufficient .
I’m wondering if jumping rope for exercise would have a similar effect?
I don’t recall where, but someone told me,that.
I once injured my back…had a herniated disc, disc bulge, and separated S.I. joint. Chiropractic adjustments with acupuncture weren’t doing enough. Someone recommended I try a soft bounce mini trampoline called ReboundAir. It was that or surgery. Started out going up and down on tip toe only for a minute or two each morning. Eventually I got to the point I could do full jumps for 15 or 20 minutes at a time. Soft bounce rebounders are easy on the joints of the body an do not cause compression of the spine the way the cheaper rebounders/mini trampolines do. I highly recommend trying one.
Carly – which soft bounce rebounder do you use? I have spinal neck problems and have to be exceptionally careful with impact ( not jumping jacks for 18 years)
i did research on rebounders a few years ago. I knew the benefits and wanted to buy a better quality one that was easy on my joints. I went with a Needak and have been very pleased with it. I also have an infrared sauna that is also very beneficial for detoxification.
Ron White says
Google Al Carter
Alan Rastelli says
Thanks for the video, very informative. However as an Osteopath I feel compelled to inform everyone reading that lymphatics do possess contractile ability.
Jennifer Betterton says
would bouncing on an exercise ball help also?
All you need is a mini trampoline ($39.99 @ Academy Sport) and bounce low. I was told by my holistic provider that no jumping was necessary to help your Lymphatic system, just bounce by lifting your heal. This particular trampoline has a support handle.
Tatiana Sekulic says
You don’t need a lot of space for a mini trampoline. They are only about 3 feet in diameter (across), and a few inches above floor. When not in use, you can lean them against the wall! I don’t think they are very expensive either. You don’t need to jump high ! (Which would be good for a woman who had problems with knees and was questioning the trampoline and “jumping”. The bouncing action itself creates enough movement, even if you don’t lift your feet off the surface of the trampoline.
I witnessed my lymph ‘moving’ while doing TaiChi also! For the people who have problems with walking.
Ron White says
Google ‘Probounder’ Al Carter explains the science of using the ‘trampoline’. But be prepared to make an investment. All little tramps are not alike. Do not buy ‘knockoffs’ cheap at Walmart etc.
You don’t need to lift off when jumping. A gentle bounce momentum style workout would be effective. Doing it to music makes it more enjoyable.
There’s TONS of information out there from doctors and scientists who don’t believe in the HIV virus. Instead, they argue that AIDS is a toxic disease that leaves the immune system unable to do its job…
Leigh Renee says
I have used my tiny trampoline for exercise and I am happy to know it is helping me with my heath.
my neighbor has hers on her pool deck…….what a nice way to start the day.
Thank you Ty
Leigh Renee says
your morning routine sounds wonderful………I now go to a chiropractor since my cancer removal, and wish I knew how great they are before going through all that I did……I use my trampoline and jump but now I am going to use your idea of lifting your legs like marching in place. ifts on it.
thank you so much
i also live on 2nd floor so have unopened trampoline in basement and takes 2 to set up. While waiting to get help, I decided to jog around block, thinking it might be similar to bouncing. I think I felt better,but haven’t done on consistent basis to see if it really helps. But this exercise makes sense to me.
What would gentle bouncing be,,,?with a rebounder..or no rebounder and what is a rebounder are you speaking of maybe a mini trampoline or something ..