Aroma Therapy Diffuser next to bed
Dabl At Home Dec 2020
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Learn How Your Nose May Be The Key To Getting Better Shut-Eye!

Certain scents can help you sleep more soundly each night, so we gathered the best smelling essential oils to help you do just that!

What if we told you that your nose is the reason for your insomnia? Believe it or not, your sense of smell can directly impact the quality of sleep you receive each night. Your sense of smell is part of a complicated olfactory system. What you smell results in the special cells in your nose, called neurons, rapidly sending signals to your brain and throughout the body that could be keeping you awake if the body is interpreting the scent as an irritating compound. 

Your body’s reaction to smell could be something subconscious and you might not even be aware that it’s happening. Even so, certain scents can still cause both physiological and psychological reactions that are contributing to your quality of sleep. Smells become part of your emotional memory, and can trigger reactions when your body re-encounters scents that have caused strong positive or negative reactions in the past. This is proven in research conducted by the National Sleep Foundation that found that 78% of people were more excited for bed and slept more soundly when they had clean, fresh smelling sheets. 

Another way to show your nose it’s time to rest is by using essential oils in the bedroom, which is a process called aromatherapy. Essential oils are made using herbs from plants and flowers that are known to promote relaxation and have a calming scent, which you then expose your body to through aromatherapy. You can do this by applying the essential oil directly to your skin or inhaling a concentrated amount of the essential oil by using hot water or other nasal devices. For a less direct approach, you can use a diffuser to disperse the essential oil’s scent throughout the room. 

It’s thought that aromatherapy is effective for helping people fall asleep and stay asleep because it creates a more pleasant and comforting environment for all the senses. Early research has shown that aromatherapy does seem to improve sleep quality and has few side effects, although more studies need to be done to confirm this. Using certain essential oils also seems to be most effective for promoting rest and relaxation, namely lavender, rose, chamomile, jasmine, ylang ylang, and cedar extract. If you are ready to add essential oils into your bedtime routine, consider using one of these great products to help you get the rest you need!  

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Aroma Om Deluxe “Scent in Stone” Diffuser

Saje’s best selling Aroma Om Deluxe Diffuser is a non-invasive way to fill your space with pleasant smelling essential oils that help you sleep at night. Using water, it can send scents into the air as a pleasant mist for up to 22 hours at a time. It also has 3 timer settings and an automatic shut-off feature so you don’t have to worry about forgetting to turn it off. For best results, use this diffuser with Saje’s 100% natural essential oil blends that are sold separately.


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Sweet Dreams Restful Diffuser Blend Collection

The Sweet Dreams Collection includes a mixture of Saje’s most popular essential oils diffuser blends for promoting restful sleep. The collection includes the Dream State Blend, Goodnight Blend, Peaceful Slumber Blend, and Tranquility Blend. Each blend includes pleasant combinations of lavender, chamomile, jasmine, cedar extract, ylang ylang, and other high quality herbs to help you relax and rest. The collection comes in a minimalist box which can then double as a holder for each blend. 


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Air Wick Essential Mist Lavender & Almond Blossom Air Freshener - 0.67oz

The product from Air Wick doubles as both an essential oils diffuser and an air freshener to make your home smell nice. This set comes with a lavender flavored scent, which is then diffused into the room as a mist to make the room smell good and promote relaxation. Each essential oil blend lasts for up to 45 days, which means it freshens your home for more than a month before you’d need to purchase an affordable refill. 


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Slumber Time Spa Set

One of the best ways to sleep well is to properly prepare your body for rest. Include essential oils in your self care routine each night using this spa set. The set includes the Slumber Time pink Himalayan bath salts, jasmine herbal soap, Slumber Time aroma oil, and a paisley drawstring bag to neatly store everything. 

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Deep Sleep Pillow Spray - Natural Sleep Aid with Essential Oils

The deep sleep pillow spray from THISWORKS is highly commended for helping people fall asleep faster and wake up feeling refreshed. The 99% natural spray contains calming essential oils, including lavender, vetivert, and chamomile. Simply spray your pillow at bedtime and enjoy a wonderful night of rest. 


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POSITIVE ESSENCE Lavender Linen and Room Spray

Lavender is the essential oil of choice for promoting a restful night of deep sleep. With this wonderfully smelling spray, you can give your room, your pillow, or even your body the relaxing lavender scent to help you catch some shut-eye. The spray is 100% natural, made cruelty free, and is safe for use around children.

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“Sleep Well” Restful Sleep Oil Blend Roll-On

Some people find that putting essential oils directly on their skin helps them sleep better. With this roll-on tool, you can easily apply essential oils around your temples, throat, and wrist at bedtime. All ingredients are natural and the blend includes relaxing herbs like valerian, chamomile, and lavender. Before applying this product everywhere, make sure to patch test it first on a small area of skin to ensure no allergic reactions will occur. 


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