Aromatherapy and Dementia - Why Olfactory Stimulation?

Aromatherapy and Dementia - Why Olfactory Stimulation?

When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive feelings and memories, ultimately affecting their behaviors. Aromatherapy provides support using olfactory stimulation. Inhalation of essential oils provides an entryway to the limbic system, promoting positive feelings and memories. When used, this can influence a sense of calm, boost in mood, etc., influencing productive behaviors.

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Aromatherapy and Dementia - Why Olfactory Stimulation?
  • Film 1 - Cognitive Behavioral Theory

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 2 - Why do Essential oils work

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 3 - Restores Homeostasis

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 4 - Quick Responses

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 5 - Why Should you use

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 6 - Diffuser Use

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 7 - Limbic system benefit

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 8 - Personal Diffuser Dots

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 9 - #1 Olfactory reason for use

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 10 - Personal preference is key

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 11 - MLTV Pairings

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 12 - Olfactory Toolboxes

    When a person living with dementia experiences sensory stimulation, that information is processed in the limbic system of the brain, influencing their emotions in the amygdala and memories in the hippocampus. Therefore, when positive stimuli is used, it can influence the person to feel positive f...

  • Film 13 - The Perfect Day