How to Use Essential Oils for Sleep✨

How to Use Essential Oils for Sleep✨

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How to Use Essential Oils for Sleep:

1. Lavender

This is one of the best essential oils you can use for sleep by far. It is the one I recommend first to my clients since most people are familiar with Lavender essential oil and may have even tried it before. I am all about using easy and convenient essential oils to help support your health before trying a more detailed approach.

You can add this into your diffuser at night, add a couple drops to an epsom salt bath before bed, roll it on the bottoms of your feet, or dilute a drop in your hand and cup over your nose as you deeply inhale! All these ways help you to get the great benefits this essential oil has to offer!

Here are some of Lavender’s benefits:

Lavender is widely used for its calming and relaxing qualities.
This essential oil helps to ease feelings of tension.*
Add a few drops of Lavender to pillows, bedding, or the bottoms of feet to prepare for a restful night’s sleep.

2. Roman Chamomile

Roman Chamomile is another top oil that I recommend for sleep. One of the reasons why I love it so much is that it is such a gentle essential oil (like lavender), so it can be used on babies and kids. Just make sure to dilute it properly if you use it topically on babies or kids.

My favorite way of applying any essential oil topically is by using roller bottles. Click here to get my Essential Oil Roller Bottle Guide to learn more about how to create them for your family, and to get 45 recipes to use!

Here are some of Roman Chamomile’s benefits:

Has a calming effect on the skin, mind, and body*
Soothes the systems of the body.*
Diffuse or apply to bottoms of feet at bedtime.
Helps to soothe anger and irritability.

3. Vetiver

Not many people have heard of Vetiver essential oil, but it is definitely one I use often. Not only does it have great benefits to help support a restful night’s sleep, but it is also a great essential oil to diffuse when studying!

It is great to put in a diffuser or add to a sleepy time roller bottle!

Here are some of Vetiver’s benefits:

Calming, grounding effect on emotions.
Is rich in sesquiterpenes, which gives it a grounding effect.
Helps to promote feelings of calm.

Bonus: Cedarwood

I couldn’t write about the top 3 essential oils for sleep without including this amazing oil! While the ones above are the top 3 essential oils I recommend to my clients, this essential oil is also a powerhouse when it comes to helping to support sleep.

I actually make a roller bottle for my son that includes Vetiver and Cedarwood! Most of the “woodsy” essential oils like Vetiver, Cedarwood, etc. are more grounding. That is just one reason why I love this oil!

Here are some of Cedarwood’s benefits:

Due to its soothing and calming properties, diffusing Cedarwood at the end of the day is a great way to unwind before bed.
Helps to relax and soothe the mind and the body.

Here are some ways to use essential oils for sleep. These oils have so many wonderful qualities and the best part is that you are using natural solutions to help promote restful sleep instead of using chemicals.

Which one is your favorite to use?

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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