Based on various studies by experts, it is believed that aromatherapy stimulates certain areas in the nose called the smell receptors, which send signals to the nervous system and the brain. This can affect various parts of the brain such as the limbic system and the hypothalamus, which are primarily responsible for our emotions and the production of the so-called “feel-good hormone”, serotonin. Positive stimulation of these parts of the brain can help in managing stress, emotions and promoting relaxation of the mind and body. One of the most popular essential oils used in aromatherapy is lavender oil as it can promote calmness and peace
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