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Aromatherapy massage

An Ancient Science

An aromatherapy massage is a massage, usually Swedish, that uses essential oils. Depending on the reason for the aromatherapy massage, the licensed masseuse will infuse different essential oils into the rub used for the massage. The benefits come from both inhaling the aromas during the massage and the body absorbing the oils through the skin.

Essential oils are highly concentrated, all-natural oils from plants and trees. These oils affect the limbic system, which is a region of the brain that affects the body’s nervous system. Most people seek an aromatherapy massage to be relaxed or energized,

but recent studies show that the benefits of this treatment are far reaching. In this article, we will explore the various benefits of an aromatherapy massage, some specific treatment options, and a few things to watch out for.

Relieves Anxiety

Anxiety is the intense, excessive, and persistent worry and fear about situations. While it can be normal, anxiety can lead to tight muscles, faster heart rate, and an overall feeling of being tired all the time. Typically, an aromatherapy massage will give you immediate relief from stress and anxiety symptoms.

Great for Your Skin and Hair

Aromatherapy massages using the right essential oils can work wonders for your skin. These oils can help diminish scars, swelling, and even aid in healing wounds. There are even oils that have been proven to promote hair growth in people with specific diseases.

Helps With Coughs, Congestion, and the Common Cold

There are several oils available for an aromatherapy massage that can soothe even the most irritating cough. Breathing in certain oils and having them massaged into the skin will help soothe your airways and break up any mucus build up.

Helps With Headaches

Whether it be a migraine, a sinus headache, or even a headache brought on by stress, no one likes to be in pain. There are several essential oils used in massages that have relieved headaches of any kind for several hours.

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Promotes Sleep and Helps With Insomnia

If you are having trouble getting to sleep, an aromatherapy massage might be the answer. There are many essential oils used by massage therapists that will help you get those much needed Zzzs.

Boosts the Immune System

Our immune systems are constantly fighting off the viruses and bacteria that cause us to get sick. To help your body win that fight, you can routinely enlist the help of a licensed massage therapist and some specific essential oils.

Aids in Healthy Digestion

Whether it’s because we ate that greasy funnel cake at the fair, or because we have a nervous stomach, there are several essential oils that can be used in an aromatherapy massage that can help heal an achy belly.

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