Many of us have trouble getting a full night of high quality sleep on a regular basis. Insomnia and interrupted sleep not only steal our quality of life but also can actually increase our chances of developing serious degenerative diseases like heart disease, and others.
Sleep apnea is one cause of interrupted sleep. Those who suffer from this condition actually stop breathing periodically during sleep. Luckily, essential oils can offer some relief from apnea’s interruptions.
Here are some essential oils that help you breathe and sleep better at night:
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Marjoram is one of the best oils for sleep apnea for two reasons. One, it has natural sedative properties, and two, it is known to ease many respiratory system complaints.
Peppermint’s anti-inflammatory effects can help diminish the severity of sleep apnea since inflammation is implicated in the onset of sleep apnea, and interrupted breathing can also increase inflammation. It’s a vicious cycle.
Eucalyptus has been traditionally used to alleviate respiratory illnesses, probably via its anti-inflammatory and bacteria and virus killing abilities that can open up your airways .
For a less interrupted sleep, use valerian essential oil. It has traditionally been used to stop anxiety and promote sleepiness.
A popular essential oil because of its ability to bring about relaxation and calm, lavender can also help ease snoring and breathing interruptions.
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