Scent experience in healthcare
Reasons for using scent in healthcare vary widely. For example, neutralising musty smells in nursing homes is often the primary goal. In physiotherapeutic practices, on the other hand, scent is used to create an activating environment. Whatever the motivation, they all have one thing in common: optimising the care environment for the patients, visitors, and staff.
Scent targets healthcare
9+ hygiene experience
In certain areas, the hygiene experience is a top priority. However, the fact that something is technically clean does not mean that it is experienced as such. Scent plays a vital role in this.
Masking unwanted smells
When unwanted smells are present, the value of the area in question will decline and the value of the company itself. In short, masking these smells is a vital scent target.
Making visitors feel welcome
Not only does what we see and hear affect us, but also what we smell. This way, certain scents make people feel welcome, making an excellent first impression.
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The healing effect of scent
That scent can have a healing effect is being confirmed by science more often. For example, research by the Van der Bilt hospital showed that scent diffusion not only has a healing effect on patients but also dramatically lowers the stress levels of doctors and nurses.
In addition, psychologists argue that using scent in psychiatric institutions contributes to the recovery of their patients. Findings that make the use of scent in healthcare increasingly popular.
Your purpose determines your scent
Different scents have different effects on both body and mind. Do you want to activate? Then scents with citrus tones, such as lime and orange, are the answer.
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