Hello all... Again Has anyone on here currently use or have tried essential oils to remedy things like sluggishniss, fatigue, sleepless/restless nights, headaches and just feeling terrible and dont no how to pinpoint what your feeling?? especially after having surgery (like an ablation and so forth)... Well guys, I have been rolling away on my pulse points using lavender & chamomille for calm/sleep at night and orange and peppermint oil for energy during the day. I must say tho, it helped the recovery process a lot for me. One of my side effects of the propaferone 225 mg (3 times daily) is unusual dreams and anxiety (panic attacks out of nowhere) but I find that using the oils calmed me down a lot and have made me feel a bit uplifted. So I just wanted to share with you guys to maybe try and hopefully it helps.................
Use of Essential Oils to help feel better - AF Association
What a great idea! You’ve reminded me that I used to have a lavender bag under my pillow, and essential lavender oil on a tissue on my bedside table. I absolutely loved the smell as it relaxed me to sleep.
But once I started having to use a CPAP machine with nose mask (for obstructive sleep disorder) I couldn’t smell the benefits, sadly, so I stopped. You’ve made me think it might be nice to scent the room anyway though...
Oh I really hope you don’t have to use a CPAP machine then! (But if you did need it, it would help you sleep sooo much better and keep you safe, so you’d grow to appreciate it greatly 😊)
Actually though, on reflection, I DO think a lavender scent will permeate the CPAP somehow. Because whenever I’m staying away with my CPAP, I breathe in a different air and it has a distinctive room smell. So I bet your lovely scents would still be doing their magic 😊
Do let us know how you get on with the sleep study x
Yassss wilsond.. you have you a collection lol and so do I. I agree with you 100 percent. if no use medically... it really helps me to feel better and uplifting throughout the day as well... am doing a sleep study this weekend, sure hope I wont have to use a CPAP machine cause then I probably wont be able to smell anything at night.