Essential Oils and Sleep

Essential Oils and Sleep

Essential Oils and Sleep Using essential oils to promote a good night of sleep Sleep Deprivation Can Influence Our ability to lose weight or maintain a healthy weight Emotions and behaviors Learning and motivation The bodys organ systems and overall health Reaction time and ability to

drive safely Need Help Falling Asleep? Maintain a healthy diet Create a good sleeping environment Avoid stimulants Make sure you have adequate bedding Exercise regularly Remove distractions Relax the body Reset your internal clock Use essential oils to create a restful

sleeping environment The Science Behind Essential Oils and Sleep 1. Inhale: Inhaling an essential oil can induce an internal response within the body for relaxation 2. Positive association: After a restful night of sleep, the aroma has now created a positive association within the brain 3. Sleep: This internal response can encourage a restful night of sleep

4. Repeat: Positive association promotes further use of this particular oil as part of a healthy sleeping routine Which Essential Oils Can Help with Sleep? Bergamot Cedarwood Chamomile Cilantro Clary Sage Frankincense

Lavender Serenity Blend Marjoram Melissa Petitgrain Roman Chamomile Sandalwood Thyme Vetiver Ylang Ylang

dTERRA Peace How to Use Essential Oils to Promote Healthy Sleep Diffusion Warm bath or shower Pillows and bedding Heating pad or neck wrap Topical application and massage Tea

Relaxing Diffuser Blends 3 3 3 2 drops drops drops drops Sandalwood

Vetiver Lavender Roman Chamomile 4 3 2 2 drops Lavender drops Bergamot drops Patchouli

drop Ylang Ylang Warm Bath or Shower Add a few drops of a calming oil to a warm bath before bed Add essential oils to Epsom salt and pour into a warm bath Place a few drops of essential oil of choice on the shower floor (away from the running water) Add essential oils to your shampoo or conditioner

Pillows and Bedding Add a few drops of a calming essential oil to a spray bottle and mix with a few ounces of water. Use the spray bottle to spritz the mixture over your pillows and bedding before going to sleep to create a restful environment. Lavender + Cedarwood Bergamot + Vetiver Sandalwood + Ylang Ylang

Heating Pad or Neck Wrap Materials Needed: Kitchen towel Sewing machine 6 cups flaxseed or rice dTERRA essential oil(s) Directions: 1. Fold towel in half long-ways (hot-dog style). 2. Sew around the edges leaving a three-inch opening at the top. Turn right side out. 3. Loosely fill with flax seeds or rice.

4. Sew opening closed, and youre done! 5. To use, microwave for two to three minutes and add two drops of essential oil on the outer fabric. Topical Application and Massage Bottoms of the feet Neck and shoulders Temples Wrists Massage: shoulders, arms, back, legs, feet

Warm Teas Non-caffeinated, non-stimulatory Herbal teas: chamomile, lavender, honey-lemon dTERRA Products for Sleep and

Relaxation dTERRA Diffusers Aroma Lite Lotus Petal Lumo dTERRA Balance

Grounding Blend Promotes a whole-body sense of relaxation Evokes feelings of tranquility and balance Use dTERRA Balance to promote a restful environment by: Adding a few drops to your diffuser Applying to neck or bottoms of feet Use during a massage before bed

dTERRA Breathe Respiratory Blend Maintains feelings of clear airways Promotes a restful nights sleep Use dTERRA Breathe to promote quality sleep by: Applying topically to the chest, back, or bottoms of the feet

Diffusing at nighttime dTERRA Serenity Restful Blend Promotes relaxation and a restful sleeping environment Lessens feelings of tension, calms emotions, soothes senses Use dTERRA Serenity Restful Blend to create

a restful sleeping environment by: Placing a few drops in your essential oil diffuser Applying to the chest, bottoms of the feet, back of the neck, or inhale directly from the palms Adding a few drops to a warm bath before bed Using in conjunction with dTERRA Serenity Questions?

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