6 Reasons You Should Have An Essential Oil Diffuser At Home.
- Smells good
- Sets a romantic mood
- Helps with allergies
- Purifies the air
- Deodorizes the home
- Help with stress
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If you know about Essential Oils, you’ve probably already read recommendations about using essential oil diffusers to deodorize your home, improve your health, increase your energy, or to help you sleep better. These handy efficient devices are fabulous for all of the above and more. While the list of possible uses for a diffuser is quite extensive, I've narrowed it down to the top 6 reasons to own an essential oil diffuser and use it every day.
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Here Are The 6 Reasons Why You Should Have An Essential Oil Diffuser At Home
1. Relaxation and Sleep
One of the best and most well-known reasons to use essential oils with a diffuser is the ability to help you unwind at the end of a hard working day. Even though there are several other methods for getting your soothing oils from the bottle into your blood stream, the diffuser is by far the easiest and longest-lasting of them all. Keep a diffuser at the office to help you relax on your lunch break. Keep one in your car. Have a diffuser ready to go with the push of a button when you get home from work in the evening. Keep one on the bedside table and turn it on to help your mind and body relax so you can sleep better at night.
Diffuse: chamomile, lavender, clary sage
2. Mood Elevating
Just as a diffuser can help you to de-stress, they can also be used to generate an energizing or romantic mood. That is not only perfect for when you’re feeling sad or depressed. You can use your diffuser to stimulate high spirits during the holidays, to set a positive atmosphere for business meetings and social gatherings, to help you get moving on a slow morning. During a quiet night with your loved one, diffuse essential oils to increase her & your loving spirit.
Diffuse: orange, jasmine, rose, fennel, neroli, sandalwood, vanilla
3. Boosting you Immune System
Using a diffuser in your home or office is a great way to keep cold, flu, and other nasty illnesses at bay works on three levels. - First, many essential oils are powerfully anti-microbial. When introduced into the air in vapor form, the organic compounds within the oils come into direct contact with airborne pathogens and destroys them before they can invade your body. - Second, essential oils can also be used to boost the immune system. - Last but not least, some diffusers also work as humidifiers which will help to keep your airways moist and healthy, so you are more prone to fight those microbes that want to make it into your body.
Diffuse: eucalyptus, cinnamon, frankincense, tea tree,
4. Eases Congestion & Helps Breathe Easier
Essential oils are great for reducing inflammation and congestion in clogged airways to help you breathe more easily. If you are prone to allergies or other breathing disorders, try diffusing essential oils in the rooms of your home where you spend the most time. Just remember to keep a box of tissues handy as your nose and sinuses begin to open so you can also avoid that mad dash to the bathroom!
Diffuse: peppermint, rosemary, lemon, eucalyptus
5 To Destress And relax
Essential oil’s power to cross the blood-brain barrier allows them to improve moods. Once the oils hit the emotional center of the brain, they go to work. Essential oils have been used to increase energy and improve mood. When you are feeling overly stressed and anxious, you need to diffuse essential oils.
Diffuse lavender, ylang-ylang, and/or bergamot essential oils.
6. Air cleansing
Essential oils combat mold microorganisms, decrease the toxicity of chemicals & increase atmospheric oxygen. They do all of this while leaving your home smelling great!
Diffuse rosemary, citronella, tea tree, lemon, cinnamon and/or clove essential oils.
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1. Improve Cognitive Function
Using essential oils in a diffuser is a highly-effective way to super-charge your brain cells. Again, this effect works on multiple levels. First, many essential oils have adaptogenic qualities – meaning that they are soothing when you’re stressed, but they can also give you a pick-me-up when you’re feeling down or sluggish. By leveling out your mood, the oils in the air will help you to focus. Also, there are several essential oils which are known for their powerful ability to balance the body’s hormones. With regular use, these oils can actually help to heal the underlying causes responsible for hampering cognitive function. Diffuse: peppermint, eucalyptus, lemon, pine
2. Safer Alternative to Candles & Incense
If you have pets or small children, burning candles or incense can be a potentially hazardous practice. With an essential oil diffuser, you can reap the benefits of aromatherapy – and to much greater effect – without the risk of burns, wax spills, or other accidents. Diffuse: any essential oils
3. Repel Insects
Whether your problem is mosquitoes, house flies, fruit flies or moths, you can use essential oils in your diffuser to deter these critters from entering your home. Diffuse: tea-tree, clove, lemongrass, rosemary, cedarwood Arm yourself against the swarms of creepy crawlies this spring and summer with these 6 Fragrant Herbs & Plants That Repel Flies and 13 Natural Ways To Keep Mosquitoes Away!
4. Saves Money
So far we’ve covered the top reasons why owning a diffuser is an investment in your health and well-being, but it’s more than just that. With all of the versatile uses for essential oil diffusers around the home which ultimately lead to less doctor visits, lower electric bills, fewer cups of coffee and better productivity; you will soon discover that this handy little device is a money-saver as well!
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Not Convinced Yet? Look at all the places where you need to diffuse essential oils!
The living room is a place to relax and unwind after a long days work. It’s where we spend time with our families and is the anchor of our home. With that in mind, what better way to complete your home than diffusing essential oils in your living room.
– Peppermint is purifying and stimulating to the conscious mind. It is also supportive of respiratory systems and the liver.
– Jasmine is known to uplift and be a soothing oil. It helps counteract hopelessness, nervous exhaustion, anxiety, depression, indifference, and listlessness.
- Lemon has an invigorating effect on the body and mind. It can bring clarity of thought and purpose. The memory-enhancing power of rosemary is well known. The essential oil of basil can sharpen the mind and act as a mental stimulant.
In any busy household, the bathroom can become an area where germs and bacteria find a ready home. Try these essential oils to help combat unwanted microbes in your bathroom.
– Tea Tree Oil
– Tea Tree Oil or Melaleuca Alternifolia is highly regarded as an antimicrobial and antiseptic essential oil. It has high levels of terpinen-4-ol. It is a potent antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, and antiparasitic.
– Clove oil has long been used as an antifungal and antimicrobial agent. It also encourages relaxation and mental clarity.
Between the trash, fridge and pantry, the kitchen has many places where odor and fungus can become a problem. Essential oils not only help with kitchen smells, but they can also help with sanitizing and cleaning kitchen surfaces.
– Diffusing Lemon essential oil is an excellent way to make your kitchen smell fresh and clean. Lemon essential oil has also been shown to work great as an anti-microbial, and its derivatives are found in many typical household cleaners.
– Shown by laboratory tests to be a powerful antimicrobial agent, eucalyptus contains a high percentage of eucalyptol. This powerful essential oil will help keep your kitchen clean and neutralize many of the day to day odors that come from using your kitchen.
– Lavender is the go-to essential oil for the bedroom because of its natural calming effect. It helps promote calm and peace, helping you clear your mind. Use it with a diffuser that stays on throughout the day, or turn on your vaporizer 30 minutes before bedtime to infuse the air with lavender’s relaxing aroma. Lavender is a well-known sleep aid and helps promote melatonin which can lead to a more peaceful rest.
– During the last three decades, valerian has been clinically investigated for its tranquilizing properties. Researchers have pinpointed sesquiterpenes valerenic acid and valerone as the active constituents that exert a calming effect on the central nervous system. Valerian helps with restlessness and sleep disturbances.
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