Men's Health


Lymphatic congestion can often affect the male prostate. In men, the inguinal nodes, located in the groin, are the primary channel for draining accumulated lymph fluid from the prostate. Sedentary lifestyles and long hours sitting at a desk can often reduce lymphatic flow to the inguinal nodes.


Testosterone, a primary male sex hormone, is essential in the health and well-being of males. After testosterone has been utilized, it needs to quickly removed by the body. When sex hormone residues are not removed quickly, an imbalance occurs and the by-products can become destructive.  In men, testosterone primarily concentrates in the genital area & prostate. The inguinal nodes  of the lymphatic system are primarily responsible for removing testosterone from the prostate and helping this  gland stay in balance.  The inguinal nodes also prevent the accumulation of excess protein and metabolic hormone by-products in the prostate.

How can L.E.T. help?

Lymphatic Enhancement Therapy (L.E.T) with the Lymphstar Pro ® can assist prostate health by increasing lymphatic drainage of the inguinal nodes.

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