Trampoline benefits for Lymphatic System
The human body is made to move. The lymph system is made to bathe the cells, and carries vital nutrients to the cell and then carries waste away from the cell. Like the heart is made to pump blood, lymph is totally dependent on the movement of the body to be able to move. That’s why physical exercise is so vital to ones complete healthiness. Without exercise and adequate movement, there is no nutrients or waste removed from the cells leaving them swimming in pool of filth and starving them of vital nutrients. When this happens it contributes to cancer, arthritis and to other degenerative diseases and also to faster aging. When you do vigorous exercise like rebounding or jumping on the trampolineit has been reported to increase lymph flow by 15 to 30 times.
When lymph fluid moves it goes though channels called “vessels” which have one way valves making the fluid always move in the same direction.
The lymph system has its main vessels going up the legs, the arm and the torso. This is the exact reason why moving vertically up and down which you do when rebounding or jumping on the trampoline is so effective to pump the lymph.
Why is rebounding or jumping on the trampoline so beneficial to the lymphatic system? When you rebound or jump this has an affect on every organ, which is directly related to how efficient the lymphatic system and the immune system function. There are many things the lymphatic system does which include being a defense mechanism against infection, viruses, bacteria and disease. It is built of fluid, vessels and ducts. When the lymphatic system is functioning at its peak performance, it clears all the toxins we absorb from the environment, wastes and infection from all tissues of the body through proper flow and drainage. Rebounding and jumping on the trampoline offers many benefits to the lymphatic system and overall health.