The Impact Of Using Scents While You Bathe – Zongle Therapeutics

The Impact Of Using Scents While You Bathe

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You must have heard of aromatherapy, and even we have posted about it on our feed several times, but today will be about Aromachology, which is the impact of these aromatic scents of essential oils on human emotions. It is said that while swimming in pools or taking a steam bath in spas, aromatherapy is the best thing to do! 

These fragrances waken our consciousness and pave a path for imagination, creativity, and concentration to flourish. The hundreds of thousands of sensors in our sense of smell from the nose, experience these scents and store them in our brains for a long time. And therefore, these scents need to be used per the feelings you are looking to reinforce. 

The Impact Of Using Scents While You Bathe

Earlier we did a post on, “The Power of Yoga on Aromatherapy” and how these aromas, from earthy to citric tones have a different impact on our brains. Some aromas are nostalgic while others are top picks for being wake-me-ups! 

  • Lavender, Geranium, Chamomile, and many other floral scents are calming to the senses. 
  • Peppermint, Eucalyptus, Spearmint, and similar minty strong scents are helpful to clear a congested respiratory tract 
  • And, Wild Orange, Lemon, Lime, and alike fragrances trigger the nervous system, to bring feelings of positivity and shun away from negative thoughts 

But not all pools will allow you to use essential oils while using the pool. What you can do is diffuse your favorite blends or go for an aromatherapy shower to trigger your senses.  

This new technique blends the essential oils in water and through the process of micro-nebulization, the constituent properties infuse in the water and subtly reinvigorate the body from head to toe!  

For that, you need to run a little search and check where in the vicinity this service is being offered for the wellness freaks, but it does sound interesting and one step ahead in stimulating one's senses 🙂 

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