Thus, a massage chair, using a combination of its airbags, tilting mechanisms, and massage directions, help to press down on your muscles and get the lymph fluid back into your blood stream. Once it has done so, it will help circulate it to the heart, which directly helps it go back to the kidney and liver for processing.
What are the Benefits of Using a Massage Chair for Lymphatic Drainage?
The best part of using a massage chair for lymphatic drainage is the added benefit of being able to have it all done to you, without you needing to move at all.
While relatively understated, just the simple fact that massage chairs can lean very far back and adjust your leg position is incredible for people who suffer from underlying conditions which might restrict flexibility.
In addition, a massage chair has heating functions which naturally help in the process of dilation, which essentially widens your blood vessels to support more blood flow.
While these benefits are by no means exclusive to a massage chair, the reason they feel like they make the difference is because all of these happen at the same time.
It’s also why the massage chair is often seen as a great way to reduce fatigue, especially with the power of circulation.
Conclusion: A Massage Chair Can Help Relieve Lymphatic Fluid Blockage
If you’re suffering from a blockage of lymph around your body, especially your back and calves, then a massage chair is one way you could consider remedying this.
In comparison to other methods, a massage chair can offer you a complete relaxing experience, that boosts both circulation and lymphatic flow all at the same time.
Within one machine, you can help yourself in so many ways.
If you’re interested, I’ve written a blog which goes into detail about how a massage chair can in most cases be better than a masseuse for your needs! Check it out!