How Olfactory Training Can Improve Your Sense of SmellOur sense of smell, or olfaction, is incredibly important. Smells influence our mood, behavior, relationships, and health in ways we don't even realize. However, many people suffer from smell disorders that...
Smelling the fresh, woodsy aroma of pine or cedar can instantly transport you to a peaceful forest setting. But did you know that inhaling essential oils from conifer trees could also help you feel less stressed at the office? A recent study dug into this idea,...
The Power of Aroma: How Essential Oils and Our Sense of Smell Can Support Mental HealthOur sense of smell is deeply connected to our emotions, memories, and overall mental health. When we inhale an aroma, scent molecules travel through the nose and stimulate the...
A few weeks ago, I experienced an overwhelming panic attack that seemed to come on suddenly. I noticed my breathing get shallow and my heart start racing with anxious thoughts spiraling. In that moment, I decided to make an aromatherapy inhaler to help calm me down. I...
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