Essential Oils for Emotional support

How to get better Emotional Support by Aromatherapy

Everyone needs emotional support from self-belief and friends. For every woman, experiences of day to day life are very different, at the same time unique to them as their fingerprints. Some of us sail through major bumps while others grapple with unpredictable symptoms. This often leads to negative thoughts that impact the life and well being of woman as well as of her family. In such an emotional imbalance, it is necessary for everyone to create a space to calm and relax your body and soul.

Because of this, I am a strong advocate of incorporating organic and natural essential oils in our life. They have such great properties like anti-inflammatory, antioxidants, anti-bacterial, antiseptic, antiviral, and many others. In fact, I regularly use the evaporator diffuser at the home. It helps me fight various problems like anxiety, chronic stress etc. You will be surprised how effective they are against joint and muscle pain, insomnia, menopause problems, fatigue, etc when massaged correctly with a carrier oil.

4 Best Essential Oils for Emotional Support:

Lavender Essential Oil: Sometimes due to stress and anxiety I suffer from insomnia. Then I prefer to use Droplet lavender oil in my diffuser for its aroma. It calms down my mind and relaxes my body with inner peace and sleep. Besides, it improvises my sleep cycles and combat issues like racing thoughts, insomnia, and anxiety.

Peppermint Essential Oil: Due to fitness freak I go to the gym on a regular basis and use peppermint oil in my diffuser pre and post workout. With the cool refreshing fragrance, it reduces the perception of my efforts and increases my energy. Besides, it also stimulates the mental clarity after the workout session in the gym.

Peppermint oil for emotional support

Lemongrass Essential Oil: I started using The Lemongrass oil because of its fresh citrus aroma. It can not be denied that it is a powerful non-toxic cleaner which purifies the air and improves respiratory function. In fact, it disinfects the environment and enhances the immune system.

Lemongrass essential oil for emotional support

Grapefruit Essential Oil: I heard that the aroma of grapefruit controls food craving and aids blood circulation. As a result, I began to use grapefruit oil which suppressed my excessive appetite. Due to which I reduce 3 kgs of my weight. It is not wrong to say that aromatherapy helped me emotionally but also increased my confidence in public places.

Other than the above four oils, there is a range of oils which are very effective in emotional support therapy. For complete care, you need to check to improve your sleep and reduce your stress level. Check the following table for a quick guide for other oils.

Health BenefitsEssential Oils for Aromatherapy
InsomniaChamomile, Neroli, Sandalwood, Ylang Ylang, Lavender
Stress Peppermint, Vetiver, Ylang Ylang, Bergamot, Lavender
AnxietyBergamot, Sandalwood, Lavender
Decongesting Peppermint, Pine, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus
DepressionLavender, Peppermint

We can even make a customized blend of essential oils of Eucalyptus, Clove Bud, Cinnamon Bark, Wild Orange Peel, and Rosemary. With the aroma of the blend, my mood uplifts and anxiety and stress are reduced. It not only enhances my immune system but also of my family. Therefore, in my opinion, women can not take the chance to fall sick.  

It is crucial for women to take care of their body and mind. She is the source and bond of every family. So why not to try with aromatherapy as a habit. Furthermore, let me tell you that it that essential oils and aromatherapy can only act as a catalyst to bring change to a healthy lifestyle. Major sources of emotional support are your family and friends only. Aromatherapy can only speed up the process but can’t carry it alone.

Everyone is blessed with wonderful family and friends, I urge you to reach out to people you love and care, spend time with them with the soothing aroma of essential oils in background. This will do wonders to your health. God bless you, my friend.

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