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Please could anyone check this text for me? Hi Guys, Still the same translation..yeah... could anyone who is a native speaker check this text, if it sounds natural? thank you so much :) Lymphatic body massage Lymph Drainage Massage (LDT) features light, slow strokes toward the heart to increase the flow of lymph and reduce toxins in your body. Opening up the lymphatic pathways, LDT helps remove harmful substances, waste and toxins from the tissues, increases immune function and helps reduce water retention which may cause your legs and feet to swell. Benefits of Lymph Drainage Massage • supports lymph flow • helps to detox your body and get rid of wastes and toxins • it can improve the function of the immune system • helps reduce swelling • helps relieve migraine symptoms You will need this type of massage if.. This treatment is recommended for those who lead a sedentary lifestyle. Manual lymphatic massage is also useful when the body is healing after physical trauma, e.g. surgery or strains, sprains and muscle tear, as it helps reduce puffiness and swelling. Manual lymphatic drainage can be used in the treatment of lymphoedema for patients who have been treated for cancer (e.g. lymph node removal.) How long is the treatment? 30, 60 or 90 minutes, and it includes a lymph massage on the face as well. Schedule an appointment with one of our many specialists.
Jun 26, 2019 2:13 PM
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Hi ildikodeak, You're pretty darn close! Here are just a few minor suggestions. ....... Opening up the lymphatic pathways, LDT NOT ONLY helps TO remove harmful substances, waste and toxins from the tissues, BUT ALSO increases immune function and helps reduce water retention, A COMMON CAUSE OF SWELLING IN your legs and feet. ...... This treatment is recommended for those who lead a sedentary lifestyle. Manual lymphatic massage is also useful when the body is healing after physical trauma (e.g. surgery, strains, sprains and muscle tear), as it helps reduce puffiness and swelling. FURTHERMORE, manual lymphatic drainage can be used in the treatment of lymphoedema, for patients who have been treated for cancer (e.g. lymph node removal.) Hope this helps! Matt
June 26, 2019
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