Essential Oils Massage – Soothing Your Tired, Aching Muscles

Your body wants and needs to be relaxed. 

Massage is not just for soothing those tired and aching muscles...
You have to pamper yourself once in a while and treat those aching muscles to a luxurious massage.
As days go by, there are many gadgets that are being discovered to help people ease out stress, pressure and tensions.
But one idea that never ceases to lose its popularity in this aspect is aromatherapy.

This method can be used in massages. In the process, essential oils will be applied to render comfort to the person who is seeking such comfort.
Such oils can be used in combination with water, lotions and other types of essential oils.

The massage soothes your aching body and the aroma coming form the essential oils goes straight into your limbic system. 


This is the part of the human brain that is responsible for your emotions and proper function of your nervous system.
Your nostrils are connected to this system. What you smell as you are trying to relax will also balance your hormones and control
how they react to natural occurrences.
What happens is these aromas will provide good effects to your emotions. As a result, you will feel your stresses are slowly going away.
You will begin to feel the effects of the oils as the massage continues and your limbic system smells the essences coming
from the oils being used in the process, Your breathing becomes more normal and your blood flow is being regulated.
This can affect your memory in a positive manner. The process will also help you digest your food easier.
Overall, this creates a positive impact on your health.
So it is really advisable to undergo such process every once in a while, especially when you feel the need to.

Essential Oils

The essential oils have various healing properties. So if you are going to apply the procedure on yourself,
it will help to take note of the following to assist you in choosing the right oils depending on your situation.
Here is a list to guide you in the selection process.

1. Rosemary has a cleansing effect. This also creates an energizing mood to help you get back on track if you are feeling low and slow.
This is good for professionals who are tasked to perform duties that require physical strength. Rosemary has been shown to improve memory function. 
This will also be good for active kids and students or for busy moms who seem to be always busy with things and matter that they have to tend to.

2. If you want to receive a calming effect, you can use the oils from geranium, chamomile and lavender.
This might be advisable for people who are faced with various different types of stressors. The oils will help them get rid of negative vibes and keep
their feet firm and ready for the challenges ahead.

3. The oils from ylang-ylang, clary sage, neroli and rose will boost your spirits up. These have uplifting elements that can help people who are
suffering from depression overcome whatever problems they are faced with.

4. If you have cold and other types of ailments that congest your breathing, you can rely on the likes of pine, eucalyptus and tea tree to solve your problem.

There are many ailments that can be helped by getting an aromatherapy massage. When you are sure of what kind of turmoil or sickness you are suffering from, you will be better able to find the right oil to help you ease out of such situation.

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Revive your Skin with Aromatherapy

Your Skin Is The Gateway To Your Body



Aromatherapy Facial

If you’ve ever tried some aromatherapy on your skin, then you probably know its soothing benefits. Somehow there is a profound connection between how you feel and the state of your skin. Quality is critical to your results, so always get the highest quality products.
Read on and find out how you can revitalize your skin with aromatic therapy.

Reaping the Benefits

There’s nothing like a rewarding soak in the tub after a long day at work or a cup of hot tea on a chilly winter afternoon or a relaxing spa after that quick massage. Moments like these you can’t help but feel exhilarated. Not only does it relax the senses, it also uplifts your mood and spirits. Other benefits to taking part in aromatic therapy include the relief of physical distress, strengthening of the immune system, easing of muscular aches and pains, better sleep, decrease in stress levels and balancing of emotions.

Oils with an Essence

You'll be able to find  aromatic oils for your skin right away nowadays because more and more of these products are showing up online and some specialty shops. So many people are reaping the benefits of aromatic therapy that manufacturers are starting to notice a trend by adding essential oils to their products.

These essential oils are not only fragrant but they also have elements that are able to cure certain skin diseases. But you don’t have to be afflicted to use these essential oils since you can still reap its soothing benefits. The way it works is that these essential oils are dissolved in water so that it is more easily absorbed by the skin’s sebum. This treatment is being made to create  lotions, mineral baths, massage oils and even body washes.

Know Your Skin Type

Just as there are different skin types, so too are essential oils. Each type of oil gives its own particular benefit on a certain skin type.

If you have a ‘normal’ skin type then you’re in luck because almost all skin-safe essential oils are good for you. The most universal of all aromatic oils is lavender because it is the most versatile and it works well with any skin type.

If you have dry and sensitive skin you will need to combine some oils together. Some recommendations for this skin type include  frankincense, chamomile, geranium, patchouli, lavender, rose absolute, neroli, jasmine, sandalwood and carrot seed. But if you have extra sensitive skin then stay away from high percentage oils and those that come with spicy scents like cinnamon.

If you have oily or ‘combination’ skin, you need to look for oils that decrease the sebum in your skin and at the same time create balance. Go for the antiseptic essential oils like frankincense, grapefruit, geranium, lavender, juniper berry, ylang ylang, myrtle, cypress and peppermint.

You will also need aromatic essential oils as your skin continues to age and it will definitely help in slowing down the aging process especially since these oils hydrates the skin and brings back its tone. If you have aging skin then you will need oils like  frankincense, carrot seed, patchouli, myrrh, rose absolute and sandalwood.

Get Some Aromatic Therapy

You can find aromatherapy products for your skin in some specialty shops but you can find more variety if you look for them online. One keyword is ‘organic’ since aromatic therapy has its origins in organic products. 

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Aromatherapy – Helping Teens Grow Up Healthy and Wise

If there is one group of people that the process of aromatherapy can help, it is the teenagers that may benefit a lot by undergoing such.
As a teenager, you go through many stages of problems and travails. This is a phase where you want to achieve a lot and can break down the instant you don't get what you want and what you expected to attain.

The lifestyle is different at such period in life because you seem to have so much energy.
Most teenagers think that they can do it all.
You join in many groups, expecting to excel and show off your abilities and what you can do to prove yourselves to people around you.

If adults enjoy the massage to alleviate the stress that their usual days bring about, teenagers need the massage to assure them that everything is going to be all right.
As teens, you have sensitive hormones. You must be regularly assured so that you will not lose your confidence and fighting spirit that you need so much in order to obtain whatever you have set your minds to do.

A Caution to Parents

Parents of teens have to very careful with the essential oils that they use on them. They are open to have mood swings and uncontrolled anger that may even lead to depression. That are some of the factors that you have to take note of in dealing with these group of people. Here are some guides to help you face the situation if you are a guardian of a growing teen.

1. Boys. This is the time when teenage boys only want to play and exert all their strength in physical activities. A good massage can help them recuperate from feeling tired. It will also help them deal with stress cause about by the conditions that they may have subjected themselves with. This is also a phase when their hormones are raging. It will help a lot to provide them with solutions on problems that they don't even consider as such.

They may feel awkward at being subjected to massages that they may have seen their parents do. So you have to make them feel like this is a trendy thing to do. They may not listen to you if you will narrate all the benefits that they can obtain in the process. Let them experience it for themselves. Let them tell you how they have become more calm and relaxed by undergoing such massages.

2. Girls. Teenage girls deal with more emotional kinds of dilemmas at this phase of their lives. They are also undergoing physical changes that they need to be ready to cope up with. They will be an easier bunch to convince to try such trick. You can introduce it to them as part of bonding activities that they do with their other friends.

They will love the scent that this method involves. And they will also marvel at the benefits that the massage can provide. They will be able to think straight. This will help them cope with other types of problems and insecurities that they may be faced with in the days to come.

You can have you teenagers benefit from aromatherapy through massages or by having your teens smell the scent of the essential oils. You have to try to help them deal with the problems that they may not be even aware of.

This way, you are also preparing them for adulthood and the bigger challenges that they have to be ready for when that time comes.

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5 Popular Aromatherapy Scents

It seems that there is an appropriate aromatherapy scent for your every need. No matter if what you need is to alter your mood, achieve a sense of well-being or relieve minor health conditions, there is a corresponding scent to do the job well. The following are 5 of the most popular scents.

Chamomile 

The flowers of the chamomile plant look like tiny daisies but smell like apples instead. Grown for many years now because of its various healing properties, chamomile is best known for its calming effects, thus helping one to achieve a very restful sleep. It is also effective for relieving the symptoms of PMS, menopause and hyperactivity among kids. The oil from chamomile flowers can help ease muscle aches and tensions, headaches and joint pains. Drinking tea made from the petals helps stimulate appetite and calm upset stomach. Unlike other essential oils, chamomile is mild enough to help ease your baby’s colic, thus helping him or her achieve sleep.

Eucalyptus 

With about 300 varieties, eucalyptus has long been a vital ingredient in cough medications because its scent, which helps open up and clear nasal passages. Eucalyptus oil is also used to scent mouthwashes, aftershaves, colognes and other household cleansers. The effects of eucalyptus on the mind and body include: relief from mental fatigue, improves mental alertness, lessen muscle tension and help boost the immune system. It is also a widely-used disinfectant and insect repellant. However, if used in large amounts, eucalyptus essential oil can be toxic. Also, while it is great for relieving the symptoms of sinusitis and lung congestion, it is not intended for use during an asthma attack.

Lavender 

Lavender has long been associated with cleanliness ever since the Romans first used it as an additive to their bathwater. Today, it is still a favorite for scenting perfumes, soaps, air fresheners, fabric softeners, disinfectants and many others. Lavender is one of the safest and most widely-used essential oils, known to have an uplifting and relaxing effect. If used in large amounts, lavender can be stimulating. It also helps improve digestion, reduce swelling, ease muscle tension and is proven effective for treating minor skin injuries such as burns, cuts, scrapes, and rashes.

Peppermint 

Peppermint is popular because of its powerful, mint and distinctive fragrance. It is a common ingredient in all sort of products like ice cream, liqueurs, mouthwashes, toothpastes, desserts, cosmetics, household cleansers and many more. Peppermint essential oil is used in liniments to increase blood flow to a body part, thus relieving muscle spasms and arthritis. It is also known to uplift the mood, relieve mental fatigue, improve alertness and enhance memory. Known to be able to kill many bacteria and viruses, peppermint is used for treating ringworm, scabies, herpes simplex and poison oak.

Rosemary 

With its herbaceous, woody and camphorous odor, it is not surprising that rosemary has a wide variety of uses, from the ancient times until today. It became a staple during weddings and funerals in the ancient times. It was used as an ingredient in cosmetics as early as the 14th century. Today it is a popular ingredient in liniments, massage oils and bath products. Rosemary is excellent in improving blood circulation, relieving sore throat and lung congestion, and helpful in improving digestion.
It also helps relieve mental fatigue, uplift the mood and enhance mental alertness and memory when used as an aromatherapy scent.

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