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We are constantly pressured by day to day life and some are good days others are not so good. The sum total of these stresses are dealt with on an emotional as well as physical level. We may develop insomnia, fatigue, lack of concentration, negative thoughts and mood all of which are stored as emotional events deep in the Amygdala, which is exquisitely sensitive to smell, in animals, less so in humans. If these emotions are stored in the limbic system, and the Amygdala is sensitive to odors and is a component of the Limbic system, it may be possible to gently, slowly release these negative emotions that are stored. That being said, can a therapy of 'Aromas' be of benefit to patients with anxiety and depression? I say nothing is impossible and the tract deep in the CNS connecting the, Olfactory and limbic systems leading to the Amygdala, a component of this system, may have a beneficial release of these negative emotions stored deep in this area of our Limbic system. The Amygdala has been thought of as a 'window' through which the Amygdala may orient or 'see' the place of the person in the world. Here we are directing our purpose to the nuclei in the Amygdala dedicated to providing us with reward and pleasure. This gentile non medical stimulation of the Amygdala and limbic system may promote the negative stored events and emotions are released and possibly over time be gone forever. So you ask, how do I promote such a release of negative stored emotions from my Amygdala? I suggest an olfactory route of high grade aromatic oils placed in small amounts under and just in each nare. These oils are available for you to apply / inhale 3-4 times a day. Some suggestions are blended for this aromatic purpose, Valor, Trauma Life, Transformation, and Tranquil are simple and available high quality therapeutic essential oils. Do not stop any medications your physician has recommended, please discuss all medications with your primary Doctor. I hope this helps, Best Regards, Dr.Genchi
As a practicing Internal medicine physician, the trends that patients have chosen indicate the desire for Natural healthcare options is at the top of their list.