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AROMATHERAPY AND ITS IMPACT ON HUMAN.

These are smells that return us to vivid pictures of childhood or to a state of crazy youthful love, excite us or immerse us in a state of deep meditation and relaxation. The relationship of aroma and emotional state is successfully used by psychologists as an “anchor” to control the internal state of a person. For example, you want to feel confident in yourself. To do this, just remember the moment when you experienced such confidence, and breathe in an unfamiliar aroma. Now, in order to evoke a sense of self-confidence, you just need to again feel this aroma.

Fragrances are not only a door to our inner world, but also a path to healing and reviving the natural beauty of our body. It turns out that since ancient times people have used the aromas of essential oils to heal the body and soul, to attract love into their lives. The ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra, known for her indefatigable sexual temperament, knew the art of using essential oils to enhance her sexual attractiveness.

This fact confirms the well-known truth “Everything new is well forgotten old.” Today, the aromas of essential oils are a powerful therapeutic method. It inspires confidence among doctors, cosmetologists, psychologists, massage therapists and just people who are not indifferent to their health and beauty, their natural and holistic effects on the human body.

For a modern person living in a world of speeds, stress and time pressure, therapy with essential oils is an affordable way to restore strength, relieve stress and fatigue, the ability to enrich everyday life with new sensations. The healing effect of essential oils is based on the activation of the natural mechanisms of self-regulation and self-healing that exist in each of us. Essential oils are highly penetrating due to their molecular weight and shape, so they can enter the body through the skin, mucous membranes, respiratory system, and the gastrointestinal tract. This opens up wide possibilities for their use: massage, baths, enrichment of creams, tonics, shampoos, room aromatization, inhalation.

Nervous overloads in our time have become everyday reality – stress is superimposed on stress, not giving time to recover. Like the ninth shaft, negative emotions cover a person with his head. How can one survive at the extraordinary pace of modern civilization without wasting the precious gift of its health — its health?

According to Goethe, everything right was found a long time ago. Even in ancient times, healers knew how to use their natural essential oils to keep their state of mind and body in harmony. Later, scientists established that the effect of aromas on humans occurs mainly at the level of high, subtle matters. Therefore, essential oils can create a mood, driving away depression, fatigue and negative thoughts, but on one condition: if these aromas are pleasant to you.

There are a huge number of oils (for example: orange, vanilla, jasmine, ylang-ylang, cedar, cypress, lavender, mandarin, lemon balm, clary sage and others), which not only improve overall well-being, but also have a calming effect on the nervous system.

To relax after a hard day’s work and relieve irritability, take an aromatic bath:

· 4 drops of geranium oil, 3 drops of clary sage or 2 drops of neroli, pre-mixed with a small amount of milk, a solution of sea salt or honey (emulsifiers to dissolve a mixture of oils in water).

These are smells that return us to vivid pictures of childhood or to a state of crazy youthful love, excite us or immerse us in a state of deep meditation and relaxation. The relationship of aroma and emotional state is successfully used by psychologists as an “anchor” to control the internal state of a person. For example, you want to feel confident in yourself. To do this, just remember the moment when you experienced such confidence, and breathe in an unfamiliar aroma. Now, in order to evoke a sense of self-confidence, you just need to again feel this aroma.

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