Why aromatherapy works
Aromatherapy is an alternative treatment that is often used in therapeutic practices. It involves the use of essential oils to provide additional support when it comes to dealing with your overall emotional and physical well-being.
How do Essential Oils Work?
Essential oils are extracted from many types of plants using a variety of methods. The methods used are chosen to allow the oils to retain as many of the plant’s powerful active ingredients as possible. When inhaled, these powerful natural oils packed with active ingredients can help alleviate certain ailments and conditions. Blending essential oils in aromatherapy gives people the ability to combine certain benefits that best suit their needs.
How to Use Essential Oils
A diffuser is the best way to go about taking advantage of the many benefits essential oils have to offer in aromatherapy. You can place a few drops of one oil or a combination of oils into the diffuser, and inhale the oils directly as they’re diffused into the air.
Essential oils can also be placed in a hot bath or sink of hot water for aroma therapeutic benefits. You can soak in the water, and breathe deep as the scent is carried through the air via steam. Without a diffuser or warm water available, essential oils may even be dropped onto aromatherapy necklaces or bracelets, and taken with you wherever you may go.
The Organic Aromas nebulizing diffuser does not require any heat or water to work, and it’s made of pyrex glass and high-quality wood with several different styles to choose from. Not only do you reap the rewards of aromatherapy, but the device looks less like a wellness product and more like an element of interior style.
Who can Benefit from Aromatherapy?
If you experience either short-term or long-term symptoms and are looking for a safer natural alternative to traditional medicine, then aromatherapy may benefit you. Aromatherapy can help treat a number of conditions from chronic stress and anxiety, to more physical ailments like muscle pain and respiratory infections. Depending on the oil you choose, essential oils can provide either a sedative or stimulant effect.
It is important to mention the effectiveness of the nebulizing diffuser compared to the more common plastic water diffuser. A nebulizer is strong and powerful and is the best way to administer the highest dosage of pure essential. In some cases the nebulizing diffuser can be too strong and may cause cases of over exposure. Some symptoms include, sneezing and itchy, watery eyes. When this happens you should turn off your diffuser and give your body a break.
Benefits of Aromatherapy
Using essential oils promotes relaxation and can help improve your sleep quality. If you find you are suffering from respiratory issues, it provides antiseptic properties to help rid the body of cold causing toxins and bacteria. You can also improve and strengthen your immune system and restore your homeostatic balance using the plant powers essential oils hold within.
Antibacterial, antiseptic, and antifungal properties also provide a bevy of skin benefits. From acne to dandruff, aromatherapy with essential oils may be just the push you’ve been searching for.
Finally, essential oils do not carry the same side effects many often worry about in traditional medicine. Aromatherapy is a safe and effective alternative solution that can help to promote improved wellness and a positive outlook on life.