For those that are feeling overwhelmed, essential oils can be helpful. Loving Essential Oils released a new aromatherapy guide on Essential Oils for Overwhelm and Burnout with Stress Relief Remedies and Blends. Essential oils are an age-old remedy that can be used to help with a variety of issues.
Read the full guide on essential oils for burnout here: https://www.lovingessentialoils.com/blogs/essential-oil-tips/essential-oils-for-burnout
Burnout is a state of extreme stress and exhaustion that can lead to physical and mental health problems. For those that are experiencing burnout, it may feel like one long, continuous stressor. Those suffering may find it difficult to concentrate, have trouble sleeping, and feel constantly tired. They may also feel irritable, anxious and depressed.
The aromatherapy guide explains that essential oils can be a way to help relieve the symptoms felt for those feeling burned out. The most common way to use essential oils is through aromatherapy, but they can also be used topically.
There are many essential oils that can be helpful for relieving burnout. Some of the most effective oils for stress and exhaustion include lavender, chamomile, frankincense, and vetiver. Lavender essential oil is the most popular oil used for burnout and overwhelm.
Lavender is a soothing oil that can help to calm the mind and relax the body. It is also helpful for insomnia and fatigue. The user can diffuse lavender oil or add a few drops to the bathtub to help them relax and de-stress.
Chamomile oil is another good option for those looking to reduce stress and promote relaxation. It is helpful for stress, anxiety, and depression.
Rosemary oil is known for its ability to improve mental clarity and focus, as well as increase energy.
Frankincense is a grounding oil that can help to calm the mind and body. It is helpful for stress, anxiety, and depression.
Vetiver is a calming and grounding oil that can help to reduce stress, anxiety, and insomnia.
Jennifer Lane, Certified Aromatherapist and owner of Loving Essential Oils offers additional guidance: “To use essential oils for burnout, you can diffuse them aromatically, add them to a bath, or use them in a massage. The user can also apply them topically to the temples, forehead, chest, or back of the neck.”
For interested parties who are experiencing burnout, aromatherapy can be a helpful tool for restoring balance and promoting relaxation. Try using a few of the oils listed above to help relieve symptoms or visit the full article on Loving Essential Oils: https://www.lovingessentialoils.com/blogs/essential-oil-tips/essential-oils-for-burnout
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