How could aromatherapy help reduce snoring?

Aromatherapy is a popular method of remedy; with so many different kinds, finding one that is truly effective can be a challenge. We have discovered an aromatherapy that actually minimizes or stops snoring! Arraby's Snore-No-More opens breathing passages and allows freer air flow. Marjoram is the main ingredient. The body responds to Marjoram by tightening the soft tissue at the back of the throat, reducing snoring. Additionally, Arraby's Snore-No-More contains respiratory and relaxation oils. For best effectiveness, place Arraby's Snore-No-More near the headboard on a bedside table. After a week, snoring should be minimized or completely diminished.


Arraby's aromatherapy is made from premium all natural products and long lasting essential oils. Rosemary Essential Oil can be helpful in reducing asthma, migraines, coughs, and improving memory. Lavender essential oil can provide headache relief, tension and stress relief associated with anxiety, depression, hypertension, PMS, and tension. It can also help alleviate cold and flu symptoms, motion sickness, nausea, insomnia, and vertigo.

 

Customer Testimonial:  My husband snores extremely loud. He even participated in a sleep study in the hopes of finding relief. He has lost weight but continues to snore. Nasal tape strips gave me some relief but were uncomfortable for him. Finally, we tried Arraby's Snore-No-More. I didn't really expect it to work-WOW what a surprise. I can actually get a peaceful night of sleep plus my room smells great. We keep a separate bottle in his travel case to ensure that we are never without it. Thanks for such a great product!

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Essential aromatherapy oils can provide natural pain relief without harsh chemicals.  Aromatherapy essential oils can provide relief to a variety of ailments. 



Natural Pain Relief Through Aromatherapy

Why do smells remind us of past events?

Scent triggers responses in the limbic or message center of the brain the same way it can trigger a memory, a physical response, or emotional response. Much like smelling smoke or smelling salts scents can trigger response. Scent bypassess the blood brain barrier. For example, if you touch something hot it takes a moment for the sensation to register. It seems quick, but unfortunately, not quick enough to prevent a burn. Scent triggers responses in the limbic or message center of the brain much like triggering a memory, scent can trigger physical or emotional responses.