Essential Oils For Snoring

essential oils for snoringGetting quality sleep is so important to the quality of our lives, and living with someone who snores can be a terrible hindrance. Lack of sleep can cause illness, grumpiness, foggy mind, memory loss, and even possibly keep you from losing weight.

So if your spouse (or neighbor with a thin wall) is a person who struggles with snoring, and you struggle with sleeping, you’re likely desperate to try whatever you can in order to minimize the effects of snoring so that you can get a good night’s sleep! Trying essential oils for snoring is one of the most natural ways of going about correcting the problem—and restoring relationships as well.

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Using Essential Oils for Snoring

At least 40% of men and 25% of women over the age of 60 are known to snore, and many younger people do the same. Determining what causes snoring can be a help in reducing or eliminating it, but even if you aren’t sure of the cause you can often still find relief. There are lots of different snoring remedies, strategies and even some innovative snoring solution devices.

The cool thing about using essential oils for snoring is that they can be used along with most other strategies (like the Snoring & Sleep Apnea No More digital product). Curing snoring naturally with essential oils may take a bit of trial and error to see what works, but once you know what helps to stop your snoring you’ll be thrilled about the results!

Essential Oil Recipes for Snoring

If you’re just beginning to explore essential oils for snoring, you may want to try out some of the recipes listed below first, to see what works. You can customize these recipes or create your own as you discover what you prefer and what works best for your snoring issues. Enjoy a mix of the recommended essential oils listed below, or explore on your own to determine the best ways to use essential oils for snoring problems.

Anti-Snoring Oil

2 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil

2 drops Thyme Essential Oil

2 drops Lavender Essential Oil

6 drops olive oil

Mix together and apply to bottoms of feet, concentrating particularly on the big toe, before going to bed. (The base of the big toe in reflexology is known to correlate with the neck.) Also try rubbing on the back of the neck as well as dabbing near the nostrils. If expanding this recipe, simply keep the 50:50 ratio of essential oils to carrier oil and store in a dark glass bottle.

Anti-Snoring Essential Oil Blend

5 drops Lavender Essential Oil

5 drops Eucalyptus Essential Oil

5 drops Cinnamon Bark Essential Oil

2 drops Cedarwood Essential Oil

2 drops Thyme Essential Oil

1 ounce carrier oil (olive oil is believed to have anti-snoring properties)

Mix together and store in dark glass bottle. Shake well before each use and massage into the chest prior to going to sleep. Breathe deeply to clear the sinuses and nasal passages.

Anti-Snoring Gargle

Stir 1-2 drops of Peppermint essential oil into a cup of water. Gargle (do not swallow) prior to going to bed.

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Best Essential Oils for Snoring

Included in the recipes above, these individual essential oils may provide relief from snoring whether used alone or in a combination. Plus, these specific oils can be used for a variety of other uses for health, household, and other uses as well.

Cedarwood Essential Oil


Known for a woodsy scent, Cedarwood offers health benefits that have been used since biblical times. As a snoring aid, Cedarwood essential oil assists in maintaining healthy breathing and a functional respiratory system. It also helps to relax the mind as well as the body, promoting a healthy night’s sleep.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil


Helpful in liquefying the mucus in the airways in order to keep them clear, Eucalyptus essential oil is a natural anti-inflammatory which can reduce swelling in the inner lining of the nasal passages. Use by rubbing diluted eucalyptus oil to the outside of the nose or, even better, use a diffuser so that you can inhale the steam from the Eucalyptus oil. For best results, place a towel over your head to direct the steam directly to your nasal passages and mouth. Eucalyptus oil is also useful as an antiseptic for healing wounds, burns, cuts, sores, or abrasions. It is a natural insect repellent which helps keep lice away as well as other insects. Eucalyptus essential oil can be used for dental care, muscle pain, and even mental exhaustion. This is certainly another versatile essential oil which is great to have around the house for a variety of reasons.

Lavender Essential Oil


An extremely versatile essential oil, Lavender is known to help with calming and relaxation. When diffused in the air this can not only help the person snoring, but also the person who is bothered by the snoring! Lavender is useful for skin care, headache, sleep issues, and as a mood enhancer.

Peppermint Essential Oil


If clogged air passages are the cause of snoring, using Peppermint Essential Oil can be helpful in clearing the nose, throat, and chest to minimize snoring. Can also be used by directly (neat) applying a few drops to the lower portions of your nose. Peppermint is one of the most vital essential oils to keep around because it is useful as a digestive aid, is great for combatting headaches, can improve concentration, and is also known to curb the appetite. In addition, peppermint essential oil has antimicrobial properties and is anti-inflammatory, so it can be used as a disinfectant or to reduce swelling.

Thyme Essential Oil


An essential oil that has been used for hundreds of years, Thyme is way more than simply a dried herb in your spice cabinet! For snoring, 4-6 drops of Thyme essential oil can be diluted with a carrier oil and applied to the bottoms of the feet. Take special care to apply to the bottom of the big toe as well. With the ability to stop, or at least greatly reduce, the effects of snoring, Thyme can also be used to assist with fighting off infectious diseases, hepatitis, Alzheimer’s disease, and cardiovascular issues.

Conclusion

Using essential oils for snoring may become one of your favorite home remedies for this pesky problem that has been disturbing precious sleep, probably for as long as humans have been alive! Give your body a chance to fight off the snoring habit naturally by losing weight, hydrating well, keeping your head propped up while sleeping, and generally living a healthy lifestyle.

Plus, of course, by using essential oils for snoring you can effectively reduce the effects of snoring and create a happy and healthy place where your entire family can get a good, restorative, snore-free night of sleep. You’ll most certainly reap the rewards of being a happier and healthier family immediately and in the long run.

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