Ascents Clinical Aromatherapy for Elder Care
Recommended by Doctors, Used by Hospitals®
Ascents® clinical aromatherapy is the only hands-off, evidence-based way to relieve residents' anxiety and insomnia while improving memory and recall in eldercare settings -- all while mitigating malodors.
The Ascents diffuser system was developed specifically for use in healthcare environments in order to deliver consistent doses of clinical-grade aromatherapy.
The Ascents Calm No. 34 formula, used in concert with our commercial-grade diffuser, is the product of extensive research* and features essential oils which have been shown to help reduce anxiety and and stress.
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Ascents® diffusers utilize our proprietary Ascents Gel technology, formulated to provide at least 30 days of aromatherapeutic benefits even at the highest levels of diffuser output.
The Ascents® diffuser silently and effectively circulates scent within areas of up to 600 sq. ft.
Scent output is optimized via customizable interval settings and timing options, preventing onset of scent habituation.
All Ascents formulas are non-toxic, hypoallergenic and designed to enhance patient experience in medical, dental and other clinical environments.
Effects of aromatherapy on sleep quality and anxiety of patients.
Nurs Crit Care. 2015 Jul 27.
CONCLUSION: Lavender essential oil increased quality of sleep and reduced level of anxiety in patients with coronary artery disease.
The value of lavender for rest and activity in the elderly patient.
Complement Ther Med 1996; 4: 52–57
The effects of the inhalation method using essential oils on blood pressure and stress responses of clients with essential hypertensionEvid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2012; 2012: 984203.
CONCLUSION: The results suggest that the inhalation method using essential oils can be considered an effective nursing intervention that reduces psychological stress responses and serum cortisol levels, as well as the blood pressure of clients with essential hypertension.