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Aromatherapy is used to improve both your physical and emotionally well-being. These essential oils can alleviate headaches and anxiety to help you relax and sleep.
We all know that insomnia can impact our well being and the quality of our lives. Usually the frustration of not being able to sleep can make the situation worse. There are many root causes for insomnia, among them: stress, depression, physical illness and working unusual schedules.
Aromatherapy cannot cure insomnia , but using calming and relaxing essential oils before you go to sleep can help you fall asleep faster and stay asleep until your intended wake-up time. However, if you have a serious sleep disorder, you should see your health professional to discuss your situation and you can still use aromatherapy for insomnia.
You can use this essential oil in a warm bath or with a diffuser.
Among therapeutic properties of chamomile are Anti-inflammatory, antiseptic; promotes digestion and promotes sleep.
Lavender is antiseptic, circulatory stimulant and relieves muscle cramping.
Infused with a natural aroma-therapeutic blend of chamomile, lavender and citrus, this eye pillow is excellent for relieving the stress of every day life. Use while resting, napping, meditating, or right before bed time.
This pillow will comfort eye strain and induce a feeling of calm to both the body and the mind. Safe; Effective; Hypo-allergenic.
Contents are non-toxic.
Sandalwood is an antidepressant, anti-inflammatory and sedative.
Sandalwood Essential Oil relaxes and soothes the mind. For an invigorating bubble bath, add a couple ounces to warm running water.
This ultrasonic aromatherapy diffuser when used with essential oils not only kills bacteria, germs and pollutants in the air but leaves your bedroom, living room, kitchen, or office smelling great. Easy to Use, Safe and Silent.
Just add water and your favorite essential oil or blends.
Removes germs and bacteria from the air Instructions for this product have been updated.
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