What is aromatherapy?
Aromatherapy The Ultimate Aromatherapy Experience is a unique treatment that allows you to enjoy the benefits of traditional aromatherapy - the effects of essential oils on mood, mind, mental and physical health. The use of specially designed sequences of foot movements and spinal pressure in aromatherapy relieves everyday stresses and tensions. Through the sense of smell, this unique therapeutic method affects the whole body.
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Aromatherapy treatments combine Eastern techniques and the achievements of Western medicine. Using one of a dozen or so oils, the physiotherapist uses appropriate pressure to stimulate the nervous system, stimulate circulation, and relieve muscle tension in each part of the body, additionally putting the Patient in a state of deep relaxation.
Effects of aromatherapy
Energy and euphoria
Better and deeper sleep
Clarity of mind
Increased urination, improved bowel function
Neuromuscular relaxation massage techniques with aromatherapy promote healthy circulation and relieve muscle and joint pain after exercise. Drainage movements stimulate the elimination of toxins. Aromatherapy with oils stimulates the nervous system, which affects all body systems and organs.
Aromatherapy for sleep, stress and headaches is designed to restore balance to the body, mind and spirit. The aromatherapy treatment affects different areas of the patient's body:
Chakras - centres of subtle energy located throughout the body. The main chakras run along the spine.
Pressure on the spine - the action of aromatherapy is based on the main structures of the autonomic nervous system, thus releasing congestion caused by muscle tension.
In addition, aromatherapy with oils produces a lymphatic drainage effect. This effect is supported by the movements performed - as a result, they can have a diuretic effect after the treatment.
- Inability to relax, over-reactivity of the mind
- Sleep problems and fatigue
- Headaches, migraines
- Backaches, muscle pains
- Weak immune system
- Emotional imbalance
CONTRAINDICATIONS:Before an aromatherapy treatment, it is advisable to carry out sensitisation tests to rule out allergies to specific oils. People with skin prone to irritation should also approach them with caution.
Aromatherapy is of limited use for chronic diseases such as:
RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY:The number of aromatherapy treatments and the intervals between them are determined by the doctor during the consultation with the patient. It is recommended to have 1 to 3 sessions of relaxation massage with aromatherapy per week to achieve the optimal therapeutic effect.
FAQ, the most frequently asked questions about aromatherapy
Before the aromatherapy treatment, the patient chooses the aroma of the essential oil. The criterion for selection should not only be personal preferences and positive effects on the senses, but also the properties of the oil in question. For example, in aromatherapy for stress, oils of lavender, rose, bergamot, chamomile, lemon balm, jasmine, basil or sage, among others, are used. On the other hand, patchouli, rosemary, orange and lavender oils are used in aromatherapy for insomnia.
Aromatherapy with oils can take the form of inhalations, massages or a combination of both. Using appropriate techniques, the physiotherapist provides manual therapy.