5 Best Essential Oils for Anxiety and Panic Attacks

5 Best Essential Oils for Anxiety and Panic Attacks

5 Best Essential Oils for Anxiety and Panic Attacks.
I had a subscriber reach out to me about the use of essential oils with anxiety, stress and panic attacks.
Essential Oils are a huge and varied subject and I need to make several videos for essential oils.

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I have a secret which I’m going to share with you concerning this very subject, It helped me and I’m sure it will help you, so please keep watching.

So we got our research team onto it and this is what we came up with.

Firstly, essential oils aren’t the ‘b’ all, or end all, of cures, but they go a long way in assisting all treatment types that are helping you in your journey.
If you go through the list of essential oils that I’m going to give you in a minute, try to sort through them and rate them in the order of smell preference.
for example if you really like the smell of oranges, make that choice number one then you also like lavender, make that choice number two.

So now you get the idea, because what I’m going to do is give you all the effective essential oils for anxiety and panic attacks, then give you how they can be used.

Stress, Anxiety and Panic attacks are all linked, and they are complicated and difficult to sort out but fortunately very treatable in the majority of cases.
Essential oils have been in existence for hundreds of years, going back so far as Biblical days when Jesus was anointed along with frankincense and myrrh on his entry into the world.

They’ve been applied for thousands of years in a variety of cultures, such as China, Egypt, India and The southern area of Europe.
Warning here: Essential oils are a concentrate and must be used sparingly,
– the best way is to combine the essential oil with a carrier oil such as coconut oil, olive oil, rice bran oil or jojoba oil.

The most common ways to use essential oils are:
In a Diffuser,
Inhale either directly from the bottle or a couple of drops on a handkerchief.
Topically, but don’t forget to use a carrier oil when doing this.
In a bath, a few drops works wonders.
Massage, take a bottle when you have a massage or massage an area yourself for relief.

1. Lavender,
Lavender is number one as, it’s very easy to get good quality, everyone like the pleasant fragrance and works well with the nervous system

It’s regarded as a nervous system regenerative, helping with inner serenity, sleep, uneasiness,
irritability, panic attacks, nervous stomach and common nervous anxiety.

2. Rose (Rosa damascena)
One of the amazing benefits with rose essential oil is undoubtedly it’s extremely settling for the sentimental heart,

and maybe the second preferred following lavender for alleviating anxiety and depression, aiding with panic attacks, mourning and shock.

3. Bergamot.
Bergamot essential oil is obtained from bergamot oranges and it has a typical citrus aroma.

As outlined by research conducted in 2015, both human and animal tests uncovered bergamot essential oil will help alleviate anxiety, promotes blood flow, and enhances mood.

You’ll find its active ingredients in antidepressant drugs.
Bergamot essential oil likewise helps stimulate the senses, clear the head, and offer relaxation for the nervous system.

4. Chamomile Essential Oil
Probably best known for its – before bedtime cup of tea. Definatly a calming oil.

Not a lot of research has been done on chamomile but many people swear by it and it’s calming properties.

5. Sandalwood Essential Oil
To experience greater focus, peace, and transparency, think about using sandalwood essential oil.

It carries a woody aroma and a strong therapeutic impact on the brain while serving as an emotional balancer.

Many reports have claimed the health advantages of sandalwood essential oil.
My Secret on using Essential oils is, years ago when I was younger I had mild anxiety problems, and I was advised by a woman to put some bergamot (Citrus) oil in a handkerchief and if or when I had a mild anxiety attack I would sniff the Bergamot in my handkerchief and sit down and and relax.

Fortunately this condition of mine passed after 6 months or so but I’ve never forgotten how effective it was for me. I hope this video was of help to you.

Please consult your health care professional.

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