How It Works and Health Risks
It's summertime and a great time to open the windows on a calm day, but how do you get the freshest air in your home? How do you keep the lasting summertime smell? Fresh, clean, crisp, floral, vibrant or beach? Many people are using diffusers, sprays, candles, and room fresheners to combat orders in their home. Opening a window in the early morning hours, or late evening can help decrease the odors in your home, if the humidity doesn't dampen it.
Research suggests that a growing number of people have side affects to diffusers, which include and not limited to burns, respiratory problems, allergies, allergic reactions, and other side effects to the chemicals. According to studies, hospitals, clinics and have used the oils to reduce stress, minimize anxiety disorders, pain and nausea.
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