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Scientific Studies On The Benefits Of Lavender Aroma For Stress and Sleep Quality

Boost Oxygen recently debuted our newest pure oxygen aromatherapy product, CALM Lavender. Lavender is known as one of the most useful and versatile plant essences for aromatherapy purposes. It is best known for reducing tension, as well as calming the mind and relaxing the body for an overall sense of well-being. According to aromatherapy studies, Lavender aroma is also known to help insomnia as well as improve sleep quality. All-natural Boost Oxygen CALM Lavender is ideal for anyone looking to relax your mind and body after a busy day, or for a sense of well-being and serenity due to a hectic lifestyle or feeling stressed.

Did you know there are scientific studies on the benefits of Lavender aroma? If you’re interested in trying CALM Lavender, we encourage you to read some of the scientific studies below:

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Lavender Aroma For Sleep Quality: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-80171-x

From the study: “By utilizing a single-blinded design, our study was able to demonstrate that essential oil aroma may have positive effects on objective and subjective sleep quality in healthy young adults…These results suggest that the improved sleep quality is directly linked to aroma.”

Lavender Aroma To Help Stress: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0965229922000346

From the study: “After combining the data obtained from 21 articles, the stress score after using lavender in the intervention group showed a decrease of 0.63 ± 0.13 more than that in the control group. The results revealed that lavender significantly reduces individuals’ stress and consequently, the use of lavender can be considered as a part of a stress treatment program.”

Lavender Aroma For Focus and Work Performance: https://academic.oup.com/chemse/article/30/8/683/398781

From the study: “The present findings indicate that lavender aroma may also exert positive effects on working efficiency in some situations… the results of this study indicate the possibility that the described effects of lavender used during recesses are effective for maintaining work efficiency for a certain time period.”