Helping autism spectrum disorders by opening the lymph/brain connection

February 24, 2012

Autism, Brain, Children and Teens

By activating the lymph/brain connection you can improve circulation and detoxification of cellular waste in your child, helping to improve his cognitive function.

by John Ossipinsky — 

If you have a child with learning disabilities or who is on the autism spectrum, you must learn how to open his lymph/brain connection.

When you look at autism spectrum disorders, you read a lot about protein abnormalities. What we are not seeing is how the lymphatic system, a sewage-treatment plant for the body, must help remove protein buildup in the body and brain. Research has shown that up to 48 percent of your cerebrospinal fluid (fluid that protects and helps maintain your brain) is absorbed by your lymphatic system.

The brain itself does not have a lymphatic system, but many areas around the brain have lymph vessels. The nasal area has many lymph vessels to help absorb cerebrospinal fluid. The meninges, the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord, also have lymph vessels that help to detoxify cellular waste from the brain and spinal cord.

By activating the lymph/brain connection you can improve circulation and detoxification of cellular waste in your child, helping to improve his cognitive function. Some therapists see a dramatic change after a few sessions, while some children may need weeks of sessions to see a change in behavior and cognitive function. Results vary, depending on how acidic and protein-filled their tissues may be.

There are many ways to activate the lymphatic system — balancing pH with a more alkaline diet or supplements, hydrating with alkaline water and taking a systemic enzyme to break down deposits of cellular waste. One of the best ways to activate the lymphatic system and to open the lymph/brain connection is with lymph drainage therapy (LDT). An advanced LDT therapist first uses her hands to gently improve whole-body lymph flow to create a wave of fluid through the body and brain. The therapist then concentrates on activating the lymph flow in the mouth and nasal area to open the lymph/brain connection.

Your child will relax during the fully clothed session, but may experience a worsening of his normal symptoms for a few hours after the session. This only occurs after the first few sessions due to released cellular waste that is further congesting an already compromised body and brain.

This is a positive sign that cellular waste is being liberated from the tissues of the body. You can help your child through a series of lymphatic activation sessions by making sure he is well hydrated prior to his session. Activating the lymphatic system, especially the lymph/brain connection, plays a major role in helping to detoxify damaging acid waste from your child.

 

John Ossipinsky is a lymph activation therapist, lymphatic system/pH researcher, retired New York City firefighter and author of An Undetected Acid Alkaline Imbalance, which explains how acid is more than just a digestion problem. 602-628-0070, johno@lymphman.com or www.LymphMan.com.

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 30, Number 2, April/May 2011.

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