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Too much exercise? Yes, there is such a thing.

Posted by Arthur Cunha on

Exercising makes us feel good. That’s not just the endorphins talking, that’s science. Improve your mood? Exercise. Boost your energy? Exercise. Help you sleep? You guessed it, exercise. Although it sounds like working out is the solution to almost all your...

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8 Ways to de-stress after a rough day

Posted by Arthur Cunha on

Stress can take many shapes and forms. Always make sure you look out for any signs of yours. So when the time comes when you need that extra TLC, these are some of our favourite ways to relax mind, body and...

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The 5 feel-good morning rituals that lead to a happier day

Posted by Arthur Cunha on

Mornings can be rough. On average, we will spend 229.961 hours of our life asleep, and probably half as much complaining about the lack thereof. While sleeping the prescribed eight hours sounds like a brilliant concept on paper, it remains a distant memory...

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Reasons to add Sweet Orange essential oil to your life

Posted by Jasmine Piliposyan on

When you think of oranges, the first thing that probably pops into your mind is the uplifting aroma, and how your mom would make you eat oranges when you had the flu for its rich Vitamin C...

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DIY essential oil recipes for a restful sleep

Posted by Jasmine Piliposyan on

Creating your own essential oil blends can be a fun way to experiment with aromatherapy and see what works best for you. Below are our top essential oil blends to diffuse and hopefully catch some Z’s. These...

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Short guide to using essential oils for sleep

Posted by Jasmine Piliposyan on

There are a few ways you can reap the benefits of essential oils for a restful sleep:

  1. One of the easiest ways is by releasing them into the...
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How can essential oils enhance sleep quality?

Posted by Jasmine Piliposyan on

It’s no surprise that many people globally suffer from lack of sleep. In fact, just in the United States alone, the American Psychological Association found that 42 percent of adults reported fair or poor sleep quality, and 43 percent reported...

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