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Aromatherapy – What do you think?

Aromatherapy is both an art and a science that many people use, but since the emergence of modern drugs since the 20th century or with other holistic therapies, many have accepted the medical profession. The reason is that there is no evidence that it works. The lack of funds available to carry out clinical trials will of course ensure that the evidence will not be available. But does this skeptic really matter?

There are more and more aromatherapy therapists every year and have a growing number of clients in the skin, such as cellulite, eczema, sports injuries, stress, and so on. an increasing number of higher education institutions offer aromatherapy courses and are an introduction to a beauty course for a full 3 year degree covering detailed studies of 100 percent essential oils, chemical and biological structure and response to the human body. 19659002] According to the Times survey, 75% of people want to see aromatherapy in the NHS. For politicians, the big question is how to integrate aromatherapy and traditional healthcare.

Growth, however, takes place at some of the local hospitals where more nurses and midwives become aromatherapists on their own initiative. In addition, many hospitals and other areas of care encourage aromatherapy treatments and use essential oils for a significant number of controlled research projects. No doubt that trust is growing

What are the examples of Aromatherapy in the NHS?

For example, more than 70% of cancer centers offer aromatherapy for the palliative care of cancer patients with the appropriate massage technique. Among them are Hammersmith, Royal Marsden and Charing Cross.

Neil Cliffe Cancer Center offers comprehensive aromatherapy support services for essential oils and offers aromatherapy training for patients in home use

Christie Hoispital for Adult Leukemia Manchester offers two aromatherapy therapists to help patients improve their quality of life in an extremely stressful environment . There are more and more examples of aromatherapy, which hospice trusts. In Oakhaven Hospice in Lymington, essential oils improve the quality of life and help in conditions such as nausea, anxiety, depression, painful and rigid joints and pain

Massage is a key treatment strategy at Sheffield located in the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in areas such as chronic pain management in multiple sclerosis sufferers. Those suffering suffer from symptomatic pain relief for pain, improved sleep, improved relaxation, joint mobility and well-being.

The John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford has been conducting aromatherapy for several years in the midwifery and obstetrician sectors since 1990 with an aromatherapy service and 8,000 over 8 years of age have concluded that more than 50% was found to be effective in reducing fear and anxiety

. Aromatherapy plays in many other environments. The work of deaf and deaf-blind; autism; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; and addictions and allergies, as well as the care of the elderly and mentally ill.

How long do we know about the effects of essential oils? The evidence is around us, aromatherapy works and is proven by thousands of unique case studies, and it has thousands of years of history. Ancient Egyptians used essential essential oils for medical and cosmetic purposes for centuries before Christ was born. The ancient Greeks liked the aromatic baths and discovered the power of the flowers and their ability to help sleep, relax, refresh and revitalize. Romans and Chinese use herbal extracts to treat all kinds of illnesses. Recently, in the 19th century, French soldiers were wounded during the battle, treated with essential oils in our hospitals. It was well documented that at times of illness such as yellow fever, staff members of the Grasse fodder who collected flowers in Southern France like Lavender were immune from the disease. But only in 1930, the term "Aromatherapy" was first used by the French Gattefosse, accidentally discovered the healing power of the Levendula and burning his hand into a nearby tank and he thought it was water, not Lavender and burning fast and has been healed without scarring, many have been promoting the use of aromatherapy, but home therapists, trained therapists or anyone who knows more about essential oils and tries experimentation increases the use. 19659002] Some proprietary supermarket brands may have overtaken and do not justify the concept of aromatherapy to name shampoos and bubble baths as "aromatherapy" products, but there is no law in m. In addition, I am not interested in making the pure essential oils available to anyone in the supermarket as potentially dangerous products when they are misused or even misused. How can I learn more about aromatherapy? ]

Finally, for those who want to know more about aromatherapy and maybe gain access to different levels, across the country there are colleges in the country such as ITEC, VTCT, NVQ, BTEC etc. like many correspondence courses.

  • Published On : 4 years ago on March 15, 2018
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