After a hard day’s work getting the children off to school, going to the office, then grabbing a quick bite for dinner, the only thing you want to see at night is your bed - until that moment, when you lie down, and can't fall asleep.
Insomnia isn’t unusual. In fact, many Americans suffer from it, so you’re not alone. However, whether it is frequent or not, it doesn’t mean you have to put up with it. Aromatherapy is a safe, soothing, and effective way proven to ease insomnia. Below are several essential oils that really work; all you need to know is which one is right for you.
Lavender has been talked about as a soothing balm since the annals of time. In fact, it is clinically proven to improve sleep, so lavender for night-time is not just an Old Wives Tale.
Roman Chamomile has a soft, soothing, floral aroma. It creates a peaceful atmosphere in your room gently easing you to sleep.
Not only does this make a rich, exotic tasting tea - yes, you can drink it too - it does wonders for putting you in a sleeping mood. Bergamot is a citrus fruit from which the oil is extracted from the peel or rind. It is invigorating and soothing at the same time.
This oil costs a little more than the rest, but the effects are long lasting. If you love the smell of cedar or woods early in the morning, this is the oil for you.
Good both in the kitchen in your recipes and also as an aromatherapy oil, marjoram is also good for aching muscles and joints - and an oil that promotes beauty rest.
Questions? Contact LaVida Massage of Fairlawn, OH today!