Advice 1: How to stop the lymph

Some diseases (trophic ulcers, swelling of the legs, which formed cracks in the skin, and trauma) are accompanied by such unpleasant phenomenon: from the affected area constantly secretes fluid (lymph). How to reduce or even stop the outflow of lymph?
How to stop the lymph
You will need
  • a solution of potassium permanganate;
  • — elastic bandage;
  • — alcohol tincture of calendula;
  • — medicines;
  • — elastic bandage.
Instruction
1
First of all, be sure to seek the advice of a qualified doctor. Since the chosen method of treatment depends on the cause of the end of the lymph. For example, if the wound formed as a result of edema, caused, in turn, coronary heart disease, the doctor will almost certainly prescribe diuretics to reduce swelling and, consequently, to reduce the load on the cardiovascular system.
2
Apply bandages soaked in a pale pink solution of potassium permanganate. Their best to make gauze. You can use solution a bandage and wrap it around the damaged area. Hold until, until the bandage is dry. Then remove and replace with new. A solution of potassium permanganate disinfects and dries the wound.
3
If for some reason difficult to acquire potassium permanganate, replace it with alcohol tincture of calendula or other herbs. In a pinch, use a wet gauze pure alcohol (preferably diluted with boiled water).
4
On prescription take medications that strengthen blood vessel walls and improve their elasticity. Good effect gives regular lubrication of the skin troxevazinum ointment or similar drugs.
5
To reduce swelling of the lower extremities (and, therefore, expiration, lymph), apply elastic bandage. Very effectively this means: to sit with his feet on the stand (the higher the better). During sleep (or rest in a prone position), it is recommended to put under the feet of some elevation, for example, a roller. In General, try to minimize the load on feet. Lifting and carrying heavy objects is strictly contraindicated.
6
In some cases, for example, when complications of venous ulcers require prolonged treatment in hospital. If you offer this – do not give up! Since to fully carry out this treatment at home is hardly possible.

Advice 2 : How do you know that in the body the lymph

Stagnation of lymph in the body leads to metabolic, toxic and degenerative changes. The most characteristic symptom of stagnation of lymph are swelling of hands and feet.
Stagnation of lymph
Lymph – a transparent liquid substance, whose composition is almost identical to blood plasma. Lymph moves through the vessels of the lymphatic system and circulates in the human body according to the bottom-up. Along with the tissue fluid and lymph blood maintains water balance in the body and helps to eliminate toxins, involved in the metabolic process, provides a connection between organs and tissues.

Causes and symptoms of stagnation of lymph in the body



Stagnation of lymph, or lymphedema is a condition caused by the violation of lymphatic drainage and accumulation in the tissue interstitial fluid. Lymphedema leads to increased permeability and rupture of lymphatic capillaries, but at the same time leads to the formation in the blood vessels of protein coagulants - blood clots. Lymph causes chronic edema, tissue hypoxia, disruption of water and electrolyte balance, and metabolic, degenerative and sclerotic changes.

The most typical symptoms of lymphatic congestion are:
- swelling of the face and extremities;
bags under the eyes;
cellulite;
- chronic sinusitis (inflammation of the sinuses);
- susceptibility to colds;
- point of inflammation of the skin.

Lymphedema can be caused by infectious and parasitic invasions, high blood pressure, injuries and skin diseases, tumors, radiation therapy.

The consequences of stagnation of lymph and its purification



With stagnation in the lymphatic system causes accumulation of harmful substances – toxins, which the body needs to get rid of. This lymphedema is accompanied by an increased burden on a number of internal organs, particularly the liver, kidneys and intestines. To remove toxins you must provide good drainage and the flow of interstitial fluid.

Cleansing of the lymph is indicated for such conditions as:
- inflammatory diseases of the pelvic organs: cystitis, adnexitis, endometritis;
- allergic lesions of the skin: atopic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, eczema;
viral and bacterial infections of the upper respiratory tract;
- endocrine pathology, primarily thyroid disease, obesity and diabetes;
- violations of the liver and intestine and, as a consequence, insufficient detoxification of the body.

There are a number of techniques for cleansing the lymphatic system that involve the diet, eating fresh fruits and vegetables and their juices in a specific pattern, use of infusions of medicinal herbs. Choose the method of purification is necessary after the consultation with the doctor.
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