TheВ lymphatic system is first on the front lineВ to receive attention for any health complaint, according toВ Ayurveda.
The lymphatic system is consists ofВ the lymph nodes, tonsils, thymus, adenoids, and spleen. ItВ is a clear fluid withВ white blood cells. The fluidВ travels through the body ridding it of toxins.
These tissues and organs produce, transport, and store these crucial T and other white cells.
Lymph doesnвЂ™t circulate the brain.
The University of Rochester Medical Center found thatВ brain drainage system canВ transport waste from the brain to the cerebrospinal fluid very quickly,В through a series of alternate pathways.
ItВ behaves like the lymphatic system, but through glial cells, and that’s why they called it вЂњglymphatic systemвЂќ.
вЂњWaste clearance is of central importance to every organ, and there have been long-standing questions about how the brain gets rid of its waste. This work shows that the brain is cleansing itself in a more organized way and on a much larger scale than has been realized previouslyвЂ¦WeвЂ™re hopeful that these findings have implications for many conditions that involve the brain, such as traumatic brain injury, AlzheimerвЂ™s disease, stroke, and ParkinsonвЂ™s disease.вЂќ
This findings are new forВ scientists, because the research of the brain isВ mainly done to those whose bodies have already died.
TheВ glymphatic system can work only whenВ the body is alive.
вЂњUnderstanding how the brain copes with waste is critical. In every organ, waste clearance is as basic an issue as how nutrients are delivered. In the brain, itвЂ™s an especially interesting subject, because in essentially all neurodegenerative diseases, including AlzheimerвЂ™s disease, protein waste accumulates and eventually suffocates and kills the neuronal network of the brain.вЂќ
This system is mostly active during the sleep.В Like the garbage collectors who pick up our household waste in the early morning hours when thereвЂ™s little road traffic.
If the glymphatic system doesnвЂ™t have enough time to adequately clean the brain, waste can accumulate, causing plaque, which can lead to neurodegenerative disorders. That’s why you should have at least 7-8 hours of good and quality sleep.
The accumulation of toxins can lead toВ foggy brain and failing memory
This system is also known as вЂњtarpaka kaphaвЂќ, according toВ Ayurvedic practice. When the toxins andВ waste aren’tВ drained,В the pathways can get clogged. This can causeВ moodiness, failing memory, and a foggy brain.
If yourВ digestive system isВ weakened,В you had extreme stress, emotional trauma or lack of sleep, theseВ can cause imbalance ofВ glymphatic system.
There are some natural ways how to get things in the good order again:
Bacopa is a herb which is rich inВ bacosides – aВ chemical compound with ability toВ repair damaged neurons.
According to the recent studies, the long-term using of bacopa powder can improve memory, digestion, andВ respiratory function.
Another name of bacopa monnieri is brahmi. It is very effective inВ treating asthma, epilepsy, and ulcers.
For good health it is crucial to have enough sleep.В Drain cleaners take a while to make their way around the brain. If you cut their time short, you may eventually feel itВ in a different ways.