Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy is believed to stimulate smell receptors in the nose, which then send messages through the nervous system and to the part of the brain the brain that controls emotions. While it may not be surprising that a pleasant scent can improve one’s mood and freshen up a foul-smelling room, researchers have yet to reach a consensus on its effectiveness. Find out more about aromatherapy here:

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With finals in full swing, it can seem like the perfect time for a panic attack. Luckily, Greatist’s got 23 tips for staying calm and collected and putting those brains to good use.

Essential oils are touted for their ability to reduce all manner of mental ailments. While arometherapy fans may claim fragrances can eliminate toxins and reduce stress, the science behind it remains less conclusive.

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