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Anxiety Remedies

Essential Oils for the treatment of Anxiety

Top 4 Essential Oils for Stress & Anxiety


Anxiety is a normal and often healthy emotion. When an individual faces potentially harmful or worrying triggers, feelings of anxiety are not only normal but necessary for survival. Anxiety can also be a disabling condition that’s accompanied by long-term stress. It may contribute to many chronic diseases and a decline in overall health. The good news is that there are many natural remedies for anxiety that are safe and don’t cause adverse side effects. Below is a list of essential oils that are often used to treat anxiety.

Cypress Essential Oil Benefits

Cypress Oil


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Cypress oil is a sedative mild tranquilizing effects, when used aromatically or topically that induce relaxation and calming effects on both the mind and body.

Cypress Oil

Frankincense Oil


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When inhaled through a vaporizer or diffuser on a regular basis, frankincense essential oil has been shown to reduce the heart rate.

Frankincense Oil

Lavender


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Lavender essential oil, used for anxiety and depression, is considered a nervous system restorative and helps with inner peace, sleep, restlessness, irritability, panic attacks, nervous stomach and general nervous tension. New research is suggesting that one fragrant compound present in lavender can lessen anxiety by stimulating the nose to pass signals to the brain through smell and not by being absorbed into the bloodstream via the lungs.

Lavender Oil

Rosemary Oil


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Rosemary may reduce levels of cortisol, a hormone that can have harmful effects on your body. Simply smelling rosemary oil may ease your stress levels in situations like exam taking. One study found that nhaling rosemary oil may help reduce test anxiety [1].

Rosemary Oil
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How to Use Essential Oils

There are three main categories of essential oil usage. However you choose to use essential oils, always be sure to start slow and pay attention to how your body reacts. Remember, when it comes to essential oils, less is more. Select the button below for a comprehensive list of the most common uses and applications of essential oils.

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