Are you familiar with the healing powers of aromatherapy?
If you are, there is a huge probability you also know what an essential oil diffuser is and why it is worth investing in.
Ideal for use at home and in the workplace, many users can attest to the dramatic difference (enhanced mood, more energy, etc.) it provides in terms of how they feel throughout the day.
Why choose a nebulizing diffuser?
While a diffuser can refer to any kind of device that makes the evaporation and circulation of the essential’s oil’s scent possible, there are actually different types of diffusers available.
A nebulizer is a type of diffuser that achieves evaporation through the nebulization process.
Unlike candles, aroma lamps, and even ultrasonic essential oil diffusers, a nebulizing diffuser works by atomizing essential oils before diffusing or circulating the oil’s scent in the air.
In other words, essential oils are broken down into minute particles before it is released.
What makes the process different?
For starters, it does not alter the essential oil’s chemical composition.
In addition, it turns the mixture into particles small enough to be quickly absorbed by the body and the lungs.
What are the awesome benefits of using a nebulizing diffuser?
A nebulizing diffuser offers users numerous benefits.
Some of the most significant advantages include:
- It helps promote better sleep at night.
While it is unfortunate to note, lack of sleep is a problem many people are all too familiar with.
In fact, approximately 70 million people are believed to be suffering from some type of insomnia—feeling restless, tossing and turning, and watching the hours slip away.
Undoubtedly, the statistic seems dire.
What’s even alarming is the figure only includes people living in the United States.
It would be safe to assume the number can double or triple when taking other countries into account.
While not many may be aware of it, when it comes to survival and health, sleep is just as crucial as water and food.
The National Sleep Foundation’s sleep chart indicates that ideally, individuals between the ages of 26 to 64 should get at least 9 hours of sleep each night while those over 65 will need at least 7 to 8 hours.
If you are not hitting the recommended hours, you can end up jeopardizing both your health and well-being.
Your immune system can get really weak, you’ll have more difficulty focusing, and you can even end up gaining more pounds as lack of sleep has been known to also significantly slow down metabolism.
Fortunately, if you are looking to dramatically improve the quality (and duration) of your sleep, you have a trusted ally in nebulizing diffusers.
Not only are nebulizing diffusers helpful if you want to unwind after a long day, they can also help ensure you’ll have a good night’s rest so you can wake up more energized.
Some of the ideal essential oils for sound sleep include cedarwood, sandalwood, lavender, ylang-ylang, bergamot, and roman chamomile.
- It helps purify the air.
Regardless if it’s at home or in the office, we all spend a lot of time indoors.
This is especially true during the cold and unforgiving winter months.
Spending hours in a sealed office or home is no different to inhaling the recycled air of an airplane.
Undoubtedly, that’s air that needs to be purified.
Unlike the typical air freshening plug-ins and sprays, your nebulizing diffuser will not only help purify the air, but more importantly, it won’t produce any harmful chemicals that can pollute the air.
In addition, compared to burning incense or candles, nebulizing diffusers are a lot safer especially if you have kids or pets at home.
- It can help boost your mood.
Apart from helping promote a relaxing and sound sleep at night, your nebulizing diffuser can also help uplift your mood.
A recent study indicated a likely association between dementia and anti-anxiety medications.
Similar studies can help explain why some people would prefer using alternative remedies like essential oils to combat stress and anxiety as opposed to using medications immediately.
While the whole idea of using aromatherapy to significantly improve the body’s imbalances and chemistry may seem a tad farfetched, many studies have proven otherwise.
Case in point—a 2008 study involving 58 patients with terminal cancer reported less pain and depression when given an essential oil blend of lavender, frankincense, and bergamot for a week.
Do you have a nebulizing diffuser story to share?
Perhaps you are one of the many who can attest to the amazing benefits of nebulizing diffusers.
Breath In Wellness would love to hear your story.
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