Aromatherapy, essential oils obtained from fragrant plants, in accordance with one's needs and lifestyle; healing, well-being and therapeutic use.
The effective use of oils requires expertise. The botanical identity of the plant used completely changes its purpose of use. It is very important that the quality of the oils used is pure and produced in suitable conditions.
Modern aromatherapy is seen as an important complementary method for healing the body, mind and soul on the road to a healthy life.
The aromatherapy methods performed in Liv Hospital have been applied in leading hospitals in Europe and America for 20 years under the '' Complementary and Alternative Therapies '' section.
Today's Applications of Aromatherapy
Aesthetic AromatherapyIn aesthetic aromatherapy, the use of aroma is related to pleasure, pleasure, relaxation and aesthetics. It is not intended for healing or treatment. It makes us feel good, like making a mischievous rose or orange flower and making us deeply happy, making life more colorful. Perfumes produced by natural fragrances, skin and body products, personal care products, ambient odorants are included in this group.
Clinical AromatherapyClinical aromatherapy targets specific clinical signs such as infection, insomnia, nausea, pain, stress, for example, and measures post-treatment outcomes. Clinical aromatherapy; Medical and Patient Care Aromatherapy are divided into two sub-sections.
Holistic AromatherapyThe Greek origin of the term Holistic is Yunanca Holos Hol. Gelir All ’means‘ one piece ‘. Therefore, in holistic aromatherapy, the patient is treated and evaluated as a whole with its physical, mental and spiritual aspects. Prepared mixtures should be compatible with the needs and expectations of the person. Holistic aromatherapist should be well informed about natural nutrition, various relaxation techniques, yoga, meditation and other exercises in accordance with holistic principles.
As is the case for all treatments, aromatherapy should not be seen as a miraculous method of panacea. One's own care is his / her responsibility; quality of life.