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The sweet smell of de-stress

Tina Milton


Tina Milton

An aromatherapy air fresher has been launched which claims to release fragrances to relieve stress and increase productivity at work. The Computer User's Stress Buster (CUS Buster) uses the energy generated by a computer to release oils into the atmosphere.

Research has shown that the inhalation of certain oils has physiological and psychological effects that de-stress the body. One report called the Fragrant Mind, by V.A Worwood states, "Keyboard errors have been shown to fall by over 50% when the fragance of lemon is diffused into an office atmosphere."

Gary Gummer, managing director of CUS Busting said, "We believe that the CUS Buster has enormous potential in today's stress working world and that by providing immediate, short-term, natural 'aroma therapy' it can help promote well-being at times of stress and at minimum expense."

The dispenser can be attached to any piece of office equipment that generates heat, and can be purchased from www.cusbuster.com.


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