Natural Ways to Gain Focus and Concentration
When was the last time you just closed your eyes and breathed for a minute? The thought of just leaning back and relaxing for a moment just seems impossible, doesn’t it? There’s a lot to do and a lot to organize and sitting still just wouldn’t solve it. Losing focus and concentration is a real problem, painfully so when it affects your work and things at home.
There’s no need to worry, well, not anymore!
With the aid of the following, your focus will be a piece of cake to manage and you would be chasing anxiety and stress away without even noticing it.
Here’s what you need for Focus:
Take 2 capsules in the morning on an empty stomach to help support optimal metabolism and absorption of food. This also gives support in maintaining the healthy function of our digestive and immune systems. Grumbling is just one less problem to worry about!
Apply a small amount on your nape to help with focus and apply it on your pulse points to relieve stress. It drives away anxiousness, stress, and helps you ease away the feeling of being overwhelmed. It could also be carried inside your pocket, really convenient right?
Soothing essential oils
Vetiver, Frankincense, Rose, Copaiba. Combine 10 drops of each of these oils in a 10 ml roller and top with Fractionated Coconut Oil. With the combination of the sweet and woody aroma of Vetiver, Frankincense’s supply of an aromatic experience, Rose’s ability to rejuvenate and promote a healthy complexion, and Copaiba’s support to calm the nervous system, you are going to have a wonderful afternoon nap or a good night’s rest. Just remember to apply this to your spine and the bottom of your feet twice daily and the magic will kick in.
Additional Support for Concentration:
When in need of positive energy, the Ylang Ylang oil is sure to make you feel like a kid again in an innocent bright world. The Sandalwood oil helps you achieve smooth, healthy-looking skin making you feel like a baby who’s also relieved of tension. The Siberian Fir oil provides a tranquil environment, even more so when it gives off a Christmas scent when combined with spice and citrus oils.