aromatherapy

Yes, swimming powerhouse Michael Phelps, purple-spotted from cupping therapy, and your slovenly relative with a beer gut both share a bond -- a weakness in succumbing to the allure of voodoo medicine.
Scents are powerful -- a simple smell can immediately trigger a powerful memory, place, or person. Scents have power to evoke emotions and memories instantly and can directly impact our bodies through our nervous system.
Stress happens to us all and in our everyday lives. The first step is to look introspectively to identify the types of stress you are feeling in those situations and what is triggering that stress.
I hope to explore the self-understanding I have gradually and painfully accumulated over the years, and what this has meant
I've noticed a pattern that when I don't have anything planned for the weekend, by Monday I'm drained. You would think my time of solitude would have the opposite effect where I'd be more refreshed from the peace and quiet.
Are you down for a few fun chemistry experiments that will uplift you, clear the air, and even relieve your dreaded monthly mood swings?
Aromatherapy has been around for a long time, but it seems to have hit its stride in recent years. Today, it seems like essential oils, candles, and other scent-producing products are very popular with renters.
Either you're afraid of side effects, or you just don't like that next-day foggy feeling that comes with some sleep aids. Here are eight alternative, natural remedies that might help.
Far from being the leafy path to serenity, self help became the greasy downhill slide into insanity. I didn't snap out of it until I realized I was wrapping my legs in seaweed and singing to the seals as part of a Loon Point yoga-thin.
Mention the words "herb" and "Colorado" and the next thing that comes to mind probably isn't "with kids." But stay with us for a minute. That's all it'll take.
The findings were published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology. Check out the video to learn more about lavender's effects
Popular anti-anxiety oils include: *lavender, vetiver, *clary sage, geranium, frankincense, vetiver, ylang ylang, *spikenard
Valerie suggests mixing four ounces of an unscented shower gel and a half a teaspoon of orange, grapefruit, lemon, or lime
Sensuality and aromatherapy are the perfect synergy. Incorporating the beauty and pleasure of plant essences into daily rituals
GPS Guides are our way of showing you what has relieved others' stress in the hopes that you will be able to identify solutions