In the era of the popularity of a healthy lifestyle, aromatherapy is also becoming popular. This amazing practice came to us from the East, where people have been successfully using natural gifts for healing purposes for thousands of years.
In aromatherapy, the use of various aromatic oils is traditionally applicable, which have a beneficial effect on the human body. Such oils can help in the work of metabolism, have antibacterial and antifungal effects. In addition, such a beneficial practice is beneficial for the emotional and spiritual state.
Smells are bitter and sweet, pleasant and harsh, as well as harshly sweet. For example, the former will help improve performance, the latter will affect breathing, and the latter are great for concentration. Various oils can also help the kidneys, relieve pain, soothe the skin, and act as antidepressants. In specialized stores, they will definitely help you choose the oil that is suitable for a particular case.
But in order to enjoy the pleasant aromas, you will also need to purchase a special aroma lamp, you will need to drop a few drops of the oil itself into the bowl, add a little water, and put a pre-lit small candle in the lamp itself. Scented candles and sticks are also great for aromatherapy.
It is good to do aromatherapy in children's rooms, but in smaller doses than usual. This will help children cope with emotional overexcitation, and they will perceive the process itself as something unusual and interesting.
For those interested in losing weight, aromatherapy is a good helper, as certain scents can affect excessive appetite.
But, despite all the positive aspects, nevertheless, such therapy has contraindications. For example, the use of oils should be moderate and not too long. The aromas of cloves or sage can negatively affect nervous excitability, and after applying citrus and bergamot oils to the skin, tanning is not allowed. Some oils, under some circumstances, can even be dangerous at all: you cannot use cypress and basil oils if blood clotting is increased; juniper, coriander, sandalwood, fir - all this is prohibited if the kidneys hurt.
The practice of aromatherapy is actively used today, it has no age restrictions, the most important thing is to choose the right aroma itself and use it correctly.