Treating Addiction with Aromatherapy
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When you are doing what you can to turn your life around after living a life of addiction for any length of time things can seem quite difficult. However, there are many things that you might not know about recovering from an addiction that can be truly beneficial for you. You will find that there are many holistic and natural ways that you can treat your addiction and many of them you can do right from the comfort of your own home. One of the best ways to treat an addiction and the issues causing that addiction is by using aromatherapy. This treatment method has been studied over and over and many recovering addicts swear by this technique. You can see if it can work just as well for you too.
What is aromatherapy?
Before you dive into the benefits that aromatherapy has for treating your addiction you may need better clarification as to what aromatherapy really is. Many of you may already know this but the refresher may help you too. Aromatherapy is also called Essential Oil Therapy. This process uses therapeutic oils to heal the mind, the body and the spirit. Now, there are many different oils that you can use while you are treating an addiction to help you overcome any issues and move forward. You can also combine this technique with other holistic measures too.
How can lavender oil help treat an addiction?
One of the many reasons why addicts live an addictive lifestyle is because they are not in tune with balancing their emotions. This can lead to increased stress levels and other negative things as well. When you use lavender aromatherapy that can help to balance your emotions and allow you to have more conscious thinking as well.
How can lemon grass oil help you to treat an addiction?
When you are trying to treat an addiction there are many types of aromatherapy oils that can help you. One of the best ones is the use of lemon grass oil. This oil has many benefits including improving your energy, bringing more awareness to your mind and allowing you to have more clarity in life as well. All of these things will help you to think more about overcoming your addiction and focus on bringing the recovery to your life.
How can orange aromatherapy oil help you to treat an addiction?
Treating an addiction is not always easy but there are many holistic methods that can help you out. When it comes to treating your addiction with the use of aromatherapy, one very helpful oil for you to use is orange aromatherapy oil. This oil has been shown to improve moods and when you are trying to overcome an addiction improving your mood is going to help you more than you may realize right now.
How can fennel aromatherapy oil help treat an addiction?
Another great aromatherapy oil that you will find helpful in treating your addiction is the use of fennel oil. This oil is not used as often and is not found as easily but there are many places online that you can get it from. When using fennel oil you will find the benefits of boosted confidence and more. When trying to overcome an addiction you are going to need all of the confidence that you can get.
How can cinnamon oil help you treat your addiction?
When treating an addiction there are many aromatherapy oils that can help including cinnamon oil. This oil has been shown to increase happiness and help you to feel more pure as well. Many addicts feel like they are damaged so feeling more pure is a great feeling to have. Also, improving your happiness at any point in life is always a great thing so this oil may just be one of the most helpful.
When you are trying to treat your addiction there are so many holistic measures that you can choose and the great thing is that you don’t have to choose just one. However, aromatherapy and all of the oils that can be used are very helpful in treating an addiction. Choose the oils that you want to start with and give it a try today! As with anything though, just remember to give it time.
- Cara Gilmore
Author of Overcoming Any Addiction: Finding the Inner You