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The lymphatic system is a system that runs throughout your body. It is made up of thin tubes called lymph vessels, and then small oval-shaped organs, which are called lymph nodes. The lymph nodes collect the fluid and filter it. As blood flows through your body a fluid called plasma leaks out from all the blood vessels, which then mixes with interstitial fluids and water. This then surrounds cells in different tissues throughout the body. The fluid essentially acts as food for the cells, and also help to boost immunity, and remove waste from the cells. This process is critical for health, and if there is a problem with the lymphatic system, it can be very serious.
Many people will notice that when they are sick, their lymph nodes become swollen. This is because they are becoming filled with the fluid that needs to have contaminants filtered out and eliminated from the body. If a lymph node becomes damaged, clogged, or otherwise has issues, the fluid can’t move away quickly enough. This can cause serious problems, including a hardening of the muscle tissue, the skin, and even a loss of movement in the area surrounding the node.