If you need a reset and you haven't found anything that works for you, aromatherapy might be the answer.
You may experience endless tiredness sometimes and then realize that it was only Wednesday…Well, it happens to everyone. If you have tried meditation, yoga, and all that stuff and nothing works, aromatherapy is the answer.
Usually aromatherapy is added into regular massage treatments, masseuses use essential oils during the treatment for the patient to feel the aromatic benefits depending on the essential oil they use the effect is different for example caffeine is an energizer while lavender helps you sleep.
“The treatment is designed specifically for those looking to revive your body, nourish your skin, and reset your mind,” explains Kerri Nau, regional sales manager, and educator at Aromatherapy Associates.
Benefits of aromatherapy
Aromatherapy massages bring about some benefits as the essential oils used can help detox your cells, refresh your mind, add a sense of calmness, and rejuvenate your mind and body. But that’s not it, because they add a great amount of hydration to the exfoliated skin.
Also, massages rigorous movements increase circulation to bring fresh blood to your tissues, refine skin, reduce muscular tension, and flush out toxins. Sounds great, doesn’t it?
Are there any side effects?
Of course after the massage you will experience an increase in energy. In addition, as with other massages, you’ll have to use the restroom more frequently for the next 12 to 24 hours. This is because it stimulates digestion and causes a diuretic effect.
How to take care of myself after the treatment?
Start by increasing your water intake after the massage. An important thing is that you need to be gentle with yourself, allow yourself to process the treatment and its effect on both the body and mind.