One in 3 of us suffers from poor sleep, with stress, computers and taking work home often blamed. Everyone's experienced the fatigue, short temper and lack of focus that often follow a poor night's sleep.
To help aid sleep and give a more restful night we have created using 100% aromatherapy essential oils, a collection of HOME products. Below are some of the key ingredients we use to help you calm, balance and unwind.
Attributing to its wonderfully calming aroma and medicinal properties, inhaling lavender oil has shown to positively affect the nervous system, helping to alleviate stress and anxiety, calm headaches, reduce depression and fatigue, and increase general mental well being. Feeling tired and stressed out? The refreshing aromatic scent of lavender oil might just be enough to calm the nerves when you're feeling over-stressed, or just want to unwind after a long day at work. Lavender has been used to relax and calm since the ancient Romans. Today, research has documented that lavender can help fight the symptoms of insomnia and depression. Lavender oil is proven to calm, sedate and induce sleep.
Geranium oil has the power to improve mental functioning and uplift your spirits. It’s known to help people who suffer from depression, anxiety and anger. The sweet and floral smell of geranium oil calms and relaxes the body and mind. Calming and grounding, rose geranium helps to reduce feelings of stress and worry. Its balancing effect on the body and mind makes rose geranium an excellent choice to uplift mood and to promote feelings of well-being.
Because of its ability to act directly on the olfactory system of the brain, inhaling ylang ylang can have immediate, positive effects on your mood and act like a mild, natural depression remedy. It’s said to “expand the heart,” and research shows it can help release negative emotions, including anger, low self-esteem and jealousy.
Patchouli oil is commonly used in aromatherapy because of its antidepressant properties. Because of the impact that inhaling patchouli oil has on our hormones, it encourages the release of serotonin and dopamine; these hormones ease feelings of anger, anxiety and anxiousness.