Monday, December 18, 2017

Using Aromatherapy Nebulizer

Aromatherapy Nebulizer – inhaling essential oils are considered for both physical and psychological benefits. As scents are inhaled, the smell travels olfactory nerves located in the nose and then a part of the brains that controls our moods, our memory and our ability to learn. This area is called the limbic system and the endorphins released when stimulated neurotransmitters and other “feel-good” chemicals. The smell of natural essential oils to keep this reaction. Natural compounds in essential oil are drawn into the lungs and act as a physical advantage. Depending on the oil you used, inhaling them can help:

Relief of headaches
Relieves nasal congestion
Relieves cough
Fighting nausea and vomiting
Fight insomnia
Relieves depression and elevate your mind
Stay alert
Enhancing the libido
A squirt of oil aromatherapy diffuser is a device that breaks down into smaller molecules of oil before they dispersed into the atmosphere. These smaller molecules are more easily absorbed by the lungs creating a greater therapeutic effect compared to other methods of distribution. A nebulizer consists of a base (usually plastic) that the engine, and a piece of glass that contains oil.

Types of Nebulizers:
1. Not Portable Nebulizer

Large inhaler for home use. These units are ideal for people who house and use inhalers and in motion for young children who are unable to use the inhaler titrate use. Although they can be a carrier when traveling, these units are not the best choice because they are bulky and require a power source, which require A / C only.

2. Portable nebulizer

These devices are small and comfortable, ideal for a person who is always on the go and prefer to use an inhaler inhaler. Battery operated, they can easily be used anywhere, anytime.

3. Standard Jet nebulizer

These devices are common type of inhaler. The air pressure is used for treatment in a mist that can be inhaled through the mouthpiece or mask.

4. Ultrasonic nebulizer

Like the standard jet nebulizer, more particles compared to the same size compressor Nebulisers. If the particles are uniform in size, allowing better spray penetration into the lungs.

5. Spacers for metered dose inhalers

This type of increasing the distance between mouth and metered dose inhaler. Remote Assistance inhaling more medication into the lungs, avoiding the introduction of drugs into the back of the neck of the user. Recommended for all remote users on metered dose inhalers and in particular for those coordinating breathing problems while gradually depressing inhalers. When respiratory medications should be transported directly to the lungs, can be done using an inhaler, if prescribed by your doctor. Signs of this treatment are:

- Chest tightness
- Increased or thick secretions
- Pneumonia (congestion)
- Atelectasis

6. Avoid treatment if:

- Autonomic hyperreflexia, or increase in blood pressure of individual
- Increasing the pulse
- If a man has a history of side effects when taking medication

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