Aromatherapy Machines: Soothing Scents To Relax And Calm You Every Day

Aromatherapy machines provide a flow of tranquilizing or arousing scents with the simple touch of a button. They are a great way to give your senses the input you need to rev-up or decompress.

From children to adults, aromatherapy can have an amazing, almost sub-conscious stabilizing power over your moods and state of arousal. It can also be used to mask odors you or your child may be sensitive to or dislike.

AAAAHHHH... the many uses of aromatherapy diffusers...

Believe it or not, aromatherapy can be used to:

  • increase communication
  • increase concentration
  • decrease over arousal
  • increase muscle relaxation
  • improve mood and improve sensory processing
  • Children with sensory processing disorders can benefit greatly from these machines.

    At the touch of a button their/your room can be filled with relaxing, stress reducing scents, such as lavender or vanilla.

    Or use stronger, more powerful scents such as cinnamon or florals to rev you or your child up when it is hard to "get going".

    In addition, aromatherapy can be used as an essential tool for masking those terrible cooking or bathroom smells that make your oversensitive child nauseous.

    The intense aromas from the machine can also be used for individuals who need olfactory stimulation for "grounding" or to make them aware of, and interact with, their environment.

    And Don't Forget Their Convenience... Aromatherapy diffusers can be used anywhere... the kitchen, living room, bedroom, hotel room, or at a friend's house. Carry it with you wherever you go and give your senses the input (or block the input) you need!

    Whatever your desire, aromatherapy and aromatherapy machines might be a great solution for you and your child.

    Related Resources

    The SPD Store - Your one-stop shop for all your Sensory Processing Disorder needs.

    Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with SensoryProcessing Issues

    The Out-of-Sync Child: Recognizing and Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder

    Understanding Your Child's Sensory Signals: A Practical Daily Use Handbook for Parents and Teachers

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