Woodland Scents To Help You Ease Into Evening Relaxation

Experiencing trouble sleeping lately? You're not alone. According to the American Sleep Association, insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. Roughly 30% of adults struggle with short term issues and 10% with chronic insomnia.

Whether due to health concerns or stress, lack of sleep is something that many of us have struggled with over time. Setting the mood and creating a tranquil nighttime routine can help set the stage for relaxation and a good night's sleep.

Set The Stage For Sleep

Find what soothes you -  be it instrumental music, a quiet walk in the early evening to think through the day, or a late shower. A wonderful way to promote the right frame of mind for settling in for a peaceful night is to incorporate scent into your evening routine. Whether with reed diffusers or our soothing lotions, using the right scents can encourage good rest.

"Wood" You Love A Good Night's Sleep? Try Cedar & Teakwood

Our woodland scents of cedar and teakwood are both excellent choices for winding down after a long day. Each has natural sedative properties that release serotonin. Serotonin is the main hormone that regulates anxiety, reduces depression, and promotes feelings of well-being and happiness. Our brains convert serotonin to melatonin, the main hormone involved with sleep. Your body needs serotonin from your pineal gland to produce melatonin. 

By naturally providing the ideal environment for a peaceful night's rest. you've taken a great step to support the much-needed sleep your body needs. 

With over 90 premium fragrance oils to choose from, our Scent Designers can help you blend your very own custom scent with notes of your favorite food scent and others that complement it well. Choose your custom scent combination and make your own candle or personalize your hand soap, sanitizer or lotion when you visit us at Urban Wick Candle Bar. 

https://www.healthline.com/health/mental-health/serotonin#functions
https://www.sleepassociation.org/about-sleep/sleep-statistics/


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