Lymphatic Breathing increase movement of lymph through the thoracic duct, which is the largest vessel in the human body helps to reduce bloating and puffiness, helps eliminate toxins. Improves immune function and metabolism, calms the nervous system, boosts mood and energy. This deep diaphragmatic breathing brings oxygen to the blood and activates the lymphatic system, also strengthen the diaphragm. 
Let’s move some lymph, everyone can take a deep breath! It maybe easier for you lying down, use a roll or a folded up blanket under your knees to support your legs or have your legs up the wall or chair. You can do it also sitting up. Place your hands below your rib cage. Breathe in slowly through your nose a count of 4 seconds, hold your breath a count of 4 or 8 seconds, exhale through your mouth a count of 8. Practice this exercise at first two times a day for 2-5 minutes, gradually increase the amount of time.