Five Things You Need to Know About Aromatherapy Diffuser

Aromatherapy diffuser are the best way to enjoy all the benefits of aromatherapy every hour of every day. Before you buy any aromatherapy diffuser you should know these important facts.

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What Is An Aromatherapy Nebulizer?

Consisting of a tiny compressor that releases tiny amounts of expensive essential oils into a glass coil, an aromatherapy nebulizer creates smaller and smaller droplets of essential oil that eventually emerge from the unit and almost instantly fill an entire room. 

Because an aromatherapy nebulizer uses pressure and not heat, no essential oils are wasted, and you don’t have to worry about essential oil literally boiling away, as can happen with the older technology.

Why Should You Get An Aromatherapy Nebulizer For Every Room In Your House?

1. An Aromatherapy Nebulizer Releases Just The Right Amount Of Essential Oil Into The Air Of A Room 24 Hours A Day

The nebulizer does not operate continuously. Instead, it runs for 15 to 30 minutes every 2 to 4 hours, ensuring that you do not become “immune” to the healing scent.

2. Aromatherapy Nebulizers May Be Useful For Aromatherapy Weight Loss

Lemon and grapefruit scents, in particular, may activate the nerve fibers that tell fat cells to burn more fat.

3. Aromatherapy Nebulizers May Be Exactly What You Need To Finally Get Over A Lingering Cold Or A Nasty Case Of Flu

Turn off your vaporizer, and let your aromatherapy nebulizer deliver just the right dose of healing scent deep into your lungs to relieve pain and loosen up phlegm.

4. Aromatherapy Nebulizers May Help Your Children Get Better Grades

Lemon scent, in particular, helps children and teenagers study more efficiently and gives them more stamina while taking tests.

5. Aromatherapy May Ease The Lives Of Older People

It’s only natural for an elderly person who has Alzheimer’s disease or some other form of dementia for feel a great deal of frustration. Aromatherapy can ease agitation and even make it easier for older people to feel comfortable in the home, wandering away less frequently.

Six More Things You Need to Know About Ultrasonic Nebulizer

Chances are you have never even heard of a nebulizer, much less an ultrasonic nebulizer. This piece of equipment, however, can be one of the most useful items for your home health care for getting all the advantages of aromatherapy.

A nebulizer is a mister. It takes a small amount of liquid and creates a cloud of medication that can go straight into your lungs. At one time users had to use a pump at the top of a bottle to try to get a mist, and the result was some fine drops, some large drops, some of the medication getting into the lungs, some of the medication falling to the floor.

The Old Nebulizers Operated On Tiny Air Compressors

Then motorized mechanical air compressors came along. These operated on the same principle as the machine that generates air pressure to fill up your tires. But they were almost as loud.

The Best Nebulizers Today Are Using Ultrasound

An ultrasonic nebulizer takes care of the inefficiencies of the old style hand-pumped and without the noise of compressor-based nebulizers. Ultrasonic nebulizers use the power of sound, over a million inaudible pulses of sound every second, to agitate liquid medications into ultra-fine droplets. The fullest amount of medication is delivered directly to your lungs, but you can continue talking or watching TV without the distracting sound of a motor.
Want to know more about ultrasonic nebulizers?

Here are six frequently asked questions.

Q1. How Do Ultrasonic Nebulizers Work?

High-frequency sound vibrates the medication into a fog. Then a fan blows the fan out of the nebulizers.

Q2. Is This Different From The Compression-Type Nebulizer I’m Using Now?

Yes. Compression-type nebulizers are larger and bulkier and they are usually not portable. Many don’t have batteries, so you have to leave them plugged in, and when the power’s out, they won’t work. An ultrasonic nebulizer can be hand-held and it’s small enough to work off a battery. And while a compression-type nebulizer delivers a spray of medication, an ultrasound nebulizer delivers a fine mist.

Q3. Why Is The Difference Between Spray And Mist Important?

A spray contains particles of varying sizes. Some of them will be too large actually to reach lung tissue. A mist contains particles of the same, smaller size. They are easily inhaled deep into your lungs.

Q4. How Long Will A Treatment Take?

Treatments usually take less than 5 minutes, although different medications may take a minute or two more or less than 5 minutes. Also, treatment may take longer if you have let the battery run down and you are using the machine while it is plugged in.

Q5. Do I Have To Replace The Medication Cup?

No, just clean, rinse, and dry thoroughly between uses. Don’t put in the dishwasher. If the cup is damaged by heat or crushing, however, you will need to replace it.

Q6. How Do I Clean My Machine?

Always follow the instructions that come with the machine. A simple wipe with a clean cloth is usually enough. Never put your nebulizer in the dishwasher.

Q7. How Does An Aromatherapy Diffuser Work?

A nebulizer is a mister. It takes a small amount of liquid and creates a cloud of medication that can go straight into your lungs. At one time users had to use a pump at the top of a bottle to try to get a mist, and the result was some fine drops, some large drops, some of the medication getting into the lungs, some of the medication falling to the floor.

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