The Revolution: Citrus Aromatherapy
The Revolution hosts shared answers to questions they are commonly asked. Dr. Jennifer Ashton said she’s often asked about things people can do when they are exhausted, to help them regenerate energy and relax.
The Revolution: Citrus Essential Oils
Try lemon essential oil for aromatherapy. Essential Oils are extremely concentrated.
Aromatherapy has been used for thousands of years. Dr. Jennifer said it’s “a very low risk, potentially good benefit concept.” She explained that smell receptors in the nose send chemicals to our brain, affecting mood and emotion.
How To Do Aromatherapy
She said it doesn’t work for everyone, but if it does help you, it’s can be a very useful tool. Aromatherapy is dispensed using a diffuser, and you only need a few drops to get the effects.
You can put a few drops of a Citrus or other Scented Essential Oil in a diffuser, humidifer, warm bath, or even on a cotton ball. Dr. Jennifer said it can boost your mood.
Revolution TV: Aromatherapy Risks & Warnings
Aromatherapy is a low-risk activity, but it is not for everyone. Pregnant women should avoid Aromatherapy. Also, Asthma or Allergy Sufferers should use caution.
How To Improve Communication In Relationships
Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry said she gets a lot of questions from people about their relationships. One common question people have is how to communicate with someone in your life when they put a wall up.
The Revolution hosts all admitted that they’ve put walls up in their life relationships. Dr. Tiffanie said your first reaction is typically anger, but she suggests learning patience. People get in the habit of putting walls up because they’ve been hurt in the past.
Slowly Earn Trust
Trust builds up over time, and people who put up walls will want you to earn their trust before they let you in.
You have to live up to your promises and follow through on your word to help a partner break down barriers with you. Over time, Dr. Tiffanie said these tips can help to improve any relationship in your life.