Hot and cold showering will also have an impact on the lymphatic system but primarily stimulates movement within the circulatory system.
As the shower is turned to hot, the blood moves at greater volume towards the skin; the surface of the body. This enables the body to lose heat more readily and maintain an even temperature within the inner organs.
When the shower is turned to cold, the blood moves in greater volume towards the inner organs in order that they maintain warmth and to ensure a balanced temperature at all times.
This movement in and outwards of the blood and the circulatory system causes movement and flow which will help promote detoxification and energy release.