Elizabeth Essentials Snore Collection
Snore Essentials supports the respiratory system, promotes the free flow of air through the passages at the back of the mouth and nose, relaxes tension, and eases anxiety. Inadequate, fitful sleep, due to snoring, depletes you both mentally and physically and has a domino effect which can ultimately lead to more serious health issues and serious mishaps at work or in your day to day routine.
The Story behind this blend
A client contacted me and lamented that she and her husband had not slept in the same bedroom for 10 years because of his snoring. She asked if I had some essential oil for that. Each and every product in our line has come about due to a request or need. So into the lab, I went and voilà! Snore Essentials was born!I sent the blend to my customer and numerous people who I knew had snoring issues including separate bedrooms, CPAP devices, multiple surgeries, etc. All had results, often on the first, second, and third nights of using it. I was elated to say the least.Now I welcome you to join the ‘snore-free club’, reclaiming your night and, ultimately, your life!
- Recommend using both the Body Oil and the Concentrate for optimal results.
- Apply a small amount onto the upper chest, neck, shoulders and behind the ears before bed.
- Diffuse the concentrate in the bedroom while sleeping or 30 minutes prior. Not recommended to apply directly to your body. External use only.
Since formulating Snore Essentials I have been blown away with the amazing results and feedback from relieved and happy clients/friends who have all had success! As you will read in the reviews, some have used both the body oil and concentrate while others have been creative with their application, but ALL have had results. It’s a ‘no brainer’ for me to want to do more when I make a product that has such a profound effect on people’s lives and I’m thrilled to be adding this one to our line. Reclaim the restful nights you’ve been missing and the energized days that follow. RECLAIM YOUR LIFE!!
WHAT CAUSES SNORING
The noisy sounds of snoring occur when there is an obstruction to the free flow of air through the passages at the back of the mouth and nose. This area is the collapsible part of the airway where the tongue and upper throat meet the soft palate and uvula. Snoring occurs when these structures strike each other and vibrate during breathing. Almost half of Americans surveyed have reported snoring occasionally. At least 25% reported snoring habitually. The kind of strain this can put on partners and relationships is immeasurable. This strain and the social ridicule associated with snoring can increase stress and feed the cycle of inadequate, restful sleep.
Adverse health effects suffered by people who snore include sleep deprivation, which can cause chronic fatigue and lack of concentration leading to workplace injuries and car crashes during commuting. (Drowsy driving is responsible for 1,550 fatalities and 40,000 nonfatal injuries annually in the United States) A serious long term health effect is Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). OSA is characterized by multiple episodes of breathing pauses greater than 10 seconds at a time due to the upper airway narrowing or collapsing. This results in lower amounts of oxygen in the blood which causes the heart to work harder. This extra strain can contribute to heart disease and stroke. A growing body of evidence, including data from cross-sectional and longitudinal studies, links OSA with the development of insulin resistance (pre-diabetes).
While not always completely effective, you can take steps to combat snoring via proper dieting, exercise, positional therapy, and avoiding alcohol and other muscle relaxants before bed. Some very common medical treatments may include invasive oral devices, CPAP machine, or surgery. So, if wedging a giant rubber bit in your mouth as you crawl into bed or resorting to invasive and potentially expensive surgery aren’t steps you’re willing to take, why not try something less severe, less invasive, that travels easily, is so much quieter, and smells so good?
What an effective, delightful way to get adequate, restful sleep! Elizabeth Bloom recommends the following articles for more information on the effects of snoring:
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