aromatherapy

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Anxiety currently affects over 284 million people worldwide, making it the most prevalent mental health disorder on the planet. Anxiety can take a toll on the body, affecting both one’s physical and mental health. As a result, it’s important to adopt habits that will help to alleviate anxiety symptoms. One

aromatherapy in the office | Longevity LIVE

If you work in an office, especially in an older building, you’ve probably grown accustomed to harsh lighting, unpredictable temperatures, and stale, stuffy air. This is where aromatherapy, the practice of using fragrance to help achieve psychological and physiological benefits, can help. Here are five benefits of aromatherapy in the

medicinal scents [longevity live]

Medicinal scents are fragrances or aromas that tickle our noses as we walk into a room and somehow make us feel good at the same time. We are discovering more studies that have found some of the most amazing benefits of certain aromas and how powerfully they can affect our

spa-worthy [longevity live]

Spa-worthy shower hacks are available at a much more affordable rate than an expensive spa treatment. And if you make these easy switches you’ll have the hair, skin and mood just like you would after a full treatment. Besides, there’s nothing more relaxing than the feeling of hot water running

essential oils | Longevity LIVE

Taking charge of your health could be as simple as taking a deep, long breath. It seems that a pleasant aroma is the health boost that you always needed.  Essential oils are natural oils obtained from seeds and plants. With their pleasant scent, they’ve been found to provide a wide

Live Longer

One of the greatest motivators for doing something is a sense of being happy. This elation is our bodies’ way of telling us to reinforce certain behavior. In a day and age when we are bombarded by external stress, it’s even more important to have ways and means of feeling

anxiety and hormonal imbalanceLongevity LIVE

A 2015 Bloomberg study revealed South Africa as the second-most stressed country in the world. (1) In 2017, these statistics still seem plausible. While the ‘flight or fight’ response we get from stress is all part of basic human survival. Persistent stress was not something we had to worry about