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10 raisons d’avoir un diffuseur d’huiles essentielles chez soi

10 reasons to have an essential oil diffuser at home

If you're no stranger to natural living, you've probably read a recommendation or two about using essential oil diffusers to improve your health, increase your energy, increase your focus, or help you sleep better.

The thing is, these handy little devices are great for all of these things and more, so the list of possible uses for a diffuser is very long. For you, I've boiled it down to a top 10 of the best reasons to own an essential oil diffuser (and use it every day).

1/ Relaxation and sleep

One of the most famous uses of essential oils is their ability to relax you at the end of a hard day.

While there are several other methods to get soothing oils from their bottles to your bloodstream (where they will work), the diffuser is by far the easiest and longest lasting of them all!

Make sure you have one on hand at the office to help you relax on your lunch break. Also have a diffuser ready to use when you get home from work in the evening, so all you have to do is press the button for a soothing ambiance.

Place one on the bedside table to help relax your mind and body so you can sleep better at night.

Recommended oils: chamomile, lavender, clary sage

2/ Mood Rise

Just as a diffuser can help you relax, it can also be used to create an energizing mood, so no, it's not exclusively for times of sadness or depression.

You can use your diffuser to inspire good mood during the holidays, to create a positive atmosphere for business meetings and other meetings, to help you move in the morning or even to create a romantic atmosphere for the person special that shares your life.

Recommended oils: Sweet Orange, Jasmine, Rose, Scotch Pine, Sandalwood, Vanilla.

3/ Prevent certain diseases

Using a diffuser at home or in the office is a great way to protect yourself against colds, flu and other illnesses.

You may know the power of plants and aromatherapy, but how do oils work?

First of all, many essential oils are potently antimicrobial and when introduced into the air as a vapor, the organic compounds in the oils come into direct contact with airborne pathogens before they cannot invade your body.

Secondly, essential oils can also be used to boost the immune system.

Finally, some diffusers double as humidifiers, which will help keep your airways moist and healthy, making you less vulnerable to germs entering your body.

Recommended oils: tea tree, sage, rosemary, grapefruit, lemon, thyme.

4/ Breathing aid

Essential oils are great for reducing inflammation and congestion in clogged airways.

If you are prone to allergies or other respiratory conditions, try diffusing essential oils in the room of your house where you spend the most time, typically the living room.

Don't forget to keep a box of tissues handy as your nose and sinuses start to open up, so save yourself that mad rush to the bathroom!

Recommended oils: peppermint, rosemary, lemon, eucalyptus

5/ Ease the Pain

While most people will tell you to apply essential oils directly to the body for pain relief (topically), you can also use a diffuser to prolong their effects.

This method is a great way to combat persistent pain such as that caused by headaches, joint pain and muscle overload.

Recommended oils: ginger, chamomile, lavender, eucalyptus, clary sage, rosemary, bergamot.

6/ Improve cognitive functions

Using essential oils in a diffuser is a very effective way to supercharge your brain cells, this effect works on many levels.

First, many essential oils have adaptogenic qualities, meaning they are soothing when you're stressed, but they can also give you a pick-me-up when you're down or lethargic.

By leveling your mood, the oils in the air will help you focus. Additionally, there are several essential oils known for their powerful ability to balance hormones in the body.

With regular use, these oils can actually help heal the underlying causes responsible for impeding cognitive function.

Recommended oils: peppermint, eucalyptus, lemon, pine.

7/ A safer alternative to candles and incense

If you have pets or young children, burning candles or incense can be a potentially dangerous practice.

With an essential oil diffuser, you can reap the benefits of aromatherapy and more, without the risk of burns, wax leaks, or other mishaps.

Make sure, however, that your children and pets support them.

Recommended oils: all oils

8/ Against insects

No matter what your problem is, mosquitoes, house flies or moths, you can use essential oils in your diffuser to deter these animals from entering your home.

Recommended oils: clove, lemongrass, rosemary, cedarwood

9/ Stay Cool

In the heat of the summer months, running the air conditioner all day and night is a sure way to skyrocket your electricity bill (and contribute to global warming).

Instead, try diffusing your favorite uplifting and cooling essential oils in the rooms where you spend the most time to help beat the heat.

Recommended oils: peppermint, eucalyptus, spearmint, spearmint.

10/ Save Money

So far, we've covered the top nine reasons why owning a diffuser is a good investment in your health and wellbeing, but this goes beyond that!

With all the versatile uses of essential oil diffusers in the office or at home, you'll be seeing the doctor less, your electricity bills will be lower in the summer, you'll need fewer cups of coffee to increase your productivity, and all this translates into saving money!

These are solid arguments for purchasing a Thaya diffuser!

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