News You Can Use ;

More often than not, we focus on the next issue with some anxiety toward a challenge, whether it be our health, aging adjustments, family concerns, or numerous other problems.

I am eager to introduce you to the Breaththerapy blog. In particular, the recent post about feeling lonely, and things you can do to help you through difficult feelings and challenges.

Click the link below for a direct connection to this valuable information.

https://www.breatherapytabs.com/blog/feeling-lonely-this-could-help

Learn about Breatherapy’s aromatherapy tabs, which combine organic essential oil blends, that you can inhale and exhale for a breathing wellness experience. You can also sign-up for the Newsletter. I assure you it is ‘news you can use’, one of my Wellness mottos.

Read the FAQ page for answers to your questions.
https://www.breatherapytabs.com/faq

Listen to a podcast about Bioesse Technologies at:
https://anchor.fm/essential-aromatica/episodes/Spotlight-on-Aromatherapy-in-Practice-with-Aaron-Theno-of-Bioesse-Technologies-and-Breatherapy-e1a36b6

All the best in Wellness!

Revisiting a Conversation About Our Sense of Smell

An on-going topic and cause of concerns being discussed since the onset of COVID-19 is the sense of smell.

Some of you may recall in August 2021, I interviewed Frauke Galia, of Falk Aromatherapy on my Wellness Connections podcast #11. In that podcast Frauke explained that there are various types of smell dysfunction ANOSMIA, for example has become a keyword when one becomes infected with COVID-19, and they temporarily lose the sense of smell. There’s also PAROSMIA, which is a smell dysfunction that distorts our sense of smell. You think that you smell one thing, and it is actually something else.

In addition, smell dysfunction has been linked to the early onset of some cognition problems. Read more at: https://www.judithguerra.com/smell-memory-for-senior-citizens

When your time and interest permit, listen to a recent podcast conducted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta, the neurosurgeon who appears on CNN and reports on health and medical news. He is also part of AARP’s Staying Sharp programs. He interviews Dr. Zara Patel on his Chasing Life podcast, and she discusses olfactory training – aka – “smell training.
https://www.cnn.com/audio/podcasts/chasing-life/episodes/7801c5d9-d268-4855-99d9-af170114b19c and is part of the Staying Sharp programs at AARP’s website.

And, once again, I suggest you visit Frauke Galia’s website and learn more about smell dysfunction, and training available for help. https://www.falkaromatherapy.com/osmias

Test Your Hearing for Free

These links may help you to learn more about your hearing, and about over the counter hearing aids.
https://www.nationalhearingtest.org/wordpress/?page_id=2730

Just FYI
https://www.seniorliving.org/hearing-aids/best/otc/

Hearing Loss and Dementia: Whatโ€™s the Connection? (verywellhealth.com)

All the best in Wellness!

Integrative Methods of Self Care

Hello Everyone,

From the vantage point of a Certified Aromatherapist, I have written about essential oil self-care and Integrative Medicine on other occasions. It was wonderful to hear from Dr. Taz on the same subjects.

Click the link below to see more after a brief commercial:

https://www.today.com/today/embedded-video/mmvo141769285914

All the best in Wellness !