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There are many reasons why using an essential oil diffuser can be beneficial to your health. Let’s give you 10 of them.
What better way to use essential oil diffusers then to elevate your mood? The world can be a pretty rough place, and sometimes it is tough to smile through it all. But if you truly feel it in your soul, it becomes a lot easier. And when you smile, you automatically feel better. Try using essential oils that lift your mood and fight depression, such as sandalwood, jasmine, ylang-ylang, or sweet orange.
There are plenty of illnesses that can go around in the cooler months, but sickness never really takes a vacation; even in the summer. No matter what the season, using essential diffusers can keep you from picking up an unwanted bug. Many essential oils are antiviral, antibacterial, and antimicrobial, so keeping the air full of them can keep you healthy all year. Good choices include tea tree, rosemary, grapefruit, and thyme.
By now, most people have heard that essential oil diffusers can be used to help lead you into a peaceful slumber. While it’s true that there are plenty of medications that have the same effect, using essential oils is a natural way to do it without any side effects. And nothing can help your overall health and well-being than a good night’s sleep. Try using chamomile, clary sage, lavender, or yarrow.
You might be coughing from bronchitis, or allergies. You could be congested from a sinus infection, or the common cold. When asthma and other breathing disorders try to take you down, fight back with essential oils. When it comes to finding a bit of breathing relief, this is where essential oil diffusers truly shine. To dissolve congestion and clear the air, use peppermint, eucalyptus, elemi, or rosemary.
Believe it or not, certain essential oils evoke a feeling of coolness that might inspire you to turn down your air conditioner. It’s the cool and minty scents that can bring a level of relaxation and build your inspiration like peppermint, spearmint, wintergreen, and eucalyptus.
When you find that your mind is overrun to the point of muddled confusion, a few drops of the right scent in your essential oil diffuser is all you need to find clarity. You’ll find hormonal balance, enhanced memory, and improved cognitive function. Oils that can pick you up when you feel down and bring you back to center are pine, lemon, nutmeg, and cinnamon.
The biggest reason for choosing essential oil diffusers is their absolute safety. Candles that have an open flame can cause burns (and worse), and incense can be overwhelming and cloying. Essential oil diffusers have no flame and can give you a bounty of benefits from relaxation to stimulation. And best of all, you can choose any oil you feel like at any time.
The most natural way to repel insects is with essential oils. Forget the cans of spray that are full of chemicals or ingredients that can choke you out before it chokes the bugs out. You can use essential oil diffusers on the patio, in the kitchen, or in any room of the house to repel mosquitoes, fruit flies, moths, or even house flies. Yuck. The best oils include clove, lemongrass, citronella, or cedarwood.
If you suffer from migraines, you know that it can be tough to swallow a pill when you have the blinding pain and nausea that come along with it. Essential oil diffusers can help bring relief by just breathing in. Other ailments that benefit from essential oil inhalation include joint pain, arthritis, muscle aches, and inflammation. Try ginger, bergamot, clary sage, or lavender to find relief.
The list of benefits that come from using essential oil diffusers is endless. From your mind, to body, to soul, essential oils know no limit in promoting health and well-being in the most natural way possible. And all you have to do is fill it up and let it help you with whatever you need. There’s no better investment than one in your personal health.
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