Aromatherapy has been increasing in popularity because of all its benefits. Understanding how it can improve the environment of your voiceover studio can help you be more productive.
Life can be stressful. You can beat that stress with aromatherapy. The essential oils in the scents are known as relaxants, which can reduce anxiety and soothe your mind. Some of the best essential oils for stress relief are:
- Lemon oil
- Ylang Ylang
There is something uplifting about some scents. So as you are reducing your stress, you are also experiencing less depression. Some of the best essential oils for reducing depression are:
Studies have shown aromatherapy can help people with Alzheimer’s disease slow down their memory loss. Since it helps people with this disease, it can help others with their memory as well. Sage oil is best for improving your memory.
You need energy when you are doing your voiceover work. Aromatherapy can help you increase it. Not all essential oils can do this, so keep these in mind when you need a boost of energy:
- Black pepper
- Tea Tree
Headaches can slow you down. You can relieve and prevent them easily with essential oils in your voiceover studio. Not only can you light candles with essential oils, but you can rub them on your forehead too. Some of the best for headaches are:
- Apricot kernel
- Sesame oil
Sleeping throughout the night can supercharge your day. You can start getting what you need for a good night’s rest in your voiceover studio. Use essential oils such as these to help you relax throughout the day, so by the end of it, you will be ready to sleep.
- Sweet Marjoram
- Ylang Ylang
Boost Immune System
You need to stay healthy if you are going to work hard. Aromatherapy in your voiceover studio can help you do that. Just stick with immune boosting oils such as:
A healthy digestive tract will keep you going longer because you don’t have to deal with bloating, constipation, indigestion, and all of those other stomach ailments that can plague you. It’s great to have these essential oils in your voiceover studio:
- Clary sage
Using the Essential Oils in Your Voiceover Studio
You can find many candles made with essential oils to burn in your office. There are also nice setups in which you can pour the essential oils into the top part of it and then light a tea light underneath to release the scent. You can also find essential oils inside of a small container and then you can put an absorbing stick inside of it, and as the oil makes it way up the stick, the scent is released.
Some sites to find essential oils are:
Do you use essential oils in your voiceover studio? Leave a comment to let me know how you use them and how they benefit you.