If you’re interested in complementary medicine as an alternative to rushing off to the GP, you may want to search out a good naturopath. Their skills combine homeopathy, herbalism and nutrition. A good practitioner will investigate the underlying problems of your symptoms, not just provide a quick-fix prescription.
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The right essential oils can help to relieve tension and de-stress. Try lavender, chamomile, geranium, spearmint and peppermint, either added to your bath water for a relaxing soak, or inhaled by placing a few drops on a cotton wool pad.
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You can always detect it in the thrift and secondhand shops. What does it smell like? Well, it is kinda-stale, sorta-medical and sorta-uriney. What can be done about it? Actually nothing. Unless, perhaps, one bathes more, stops taking their medications, and/or buys a better grade of adult diapers. Fortunately, for us old-types, we can’t smell it. Which brings me to a topic that is even more concerning: the loss of the sense of smell. Anosmia is the dictionary term for those of you who are life-long learners. While it is not as universal as OPS, it affects a significant number of older people. I read once that The National Institutes of Health suggests that most people over the age of 65 experience olfactory deterioration and that it is a major problem for people over the age of 80. It should also be noted that aging also affects other senses, hearing, vision, taste (connected to the sense of smell), and touch.