Puts you to sleep. Aromatherapy has been used for treating sleeplessness and insomnia for centuries and is on the rise in recent times. Nature itself has a calming and destressing effect. In our Sleeping Oil we are using an aromatic blend of Lavender and Chamomile to put you to a relaxing sleep.
- Sunflower Oil
- Lavender Oil
- Chamomile Oil
Qty - 10 ml
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How to use –
1. Apply the oil on your temple, neck and palms.
2. Or, you can add some oil on a cotton ball and place it near your pillow.
3. Or, you can directly apply on the pillow.
When you are trying to sleep, switch off all your digital devices. Apply Young’s Sleeping Oil, lay down and relax. Take in the aroma of the lavender. Breathe in and Breathe out. Close your eyes and focus on the smell. Goodnight!
Caution – Some people might have a problem on applying lavender directly on the body. Do a small patch test before applying.
Pregnant women might want to give this a miss.
Not to be used for kids below 14 years of age
Science of Sleep –
There are various reasons for a person, having a difficulty in sleeping. What worsens is just the thought that he or she is not able to sleep and that in turn increases the anxiety more. Our Young’s blend makes your mind calmer and reduces anxiety. Once your mind is calmed down, once you feel relaxed, it becomes easy for your mind to shut down and is easy sleeping.
This blend works well when you are also trying to help yourself. This blend aids you in sleeping well rather than just making you fall asleep. It is not magic!
How do these blends help?
Our sense of smell is directly connected to the limbic system of the brain. The limbic system is an area in a brain which deals with emotions and memories.
This makes smell unique among our senses. Information we take in from our other senses travels first to another region of the brain, the thalamus, which acts as a relay station, passing along sensory data to the other parts of the brain that produce our sensory perceptions. Only smell moves directly to the brain’s emotion and memory centre. That’s why those memories you associate with the scent of garden roses, or banana bread baking in the oven, come on so quickly and so strongly.
We are backed by leading experts and physicians in the field of Sleep & Insomnia
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