7 of the Best Essential Oils for Your Home Office
Essential oils used in a diffuser are a great way to support your mental well-being when working from home. They can help to improve your concentration, memory and mood as well as giving your work area a nice scent. When you have cleared the space and time to start your work you know that you have the added support of essential oils too.
Which Essential Oils to choose for your home office
There are many essential oils to choose from, some of which you can use anywhere in your home, but to gain the most benefit for your work space I would recommend you try using the following.
Rosemary. This is one of the most popular oils for the home office as it promotes productivity and concentration and has a stimulating effect on the mind and memory. It has a strong, fresh, and uplifting scent and helpful for mental fatigue and also helps with physical exhaustion.
Peppermint. Try peppermint essential oil to keep you alert and invigorate the mind. It helps with clear thinking and boosts concentration.
Lemon. This essential oil has calming and clarifying properties. It is great for improving concentration and can lift your mood with its citrus scent and reduce feelings of anxiety.
Jasmine. Jasmine can help calm the nerves, it is relaxing and soothing and it's Mediterranean scent helps you feel uplifted giving you more optimism and confidence in your work.
Bergamot. This citrus oil is sweet and uplifting with a slight orange scent and has great mood boosting qualities. It brings the scent of summer into your home office.
Geranium. Geranium can lift your mood and bring the smell of sweet spring flowers into your home office. Also blends well with bergamot.
Lavender. This essential oil is better known for aiding sleep but it's calming and soothing effect can also help relieve nervous tension and headaches, as well as uplift your mood enabling you to carry on with your work.
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