Essential Oil and Diffusers

Discover the Unexpected Connection: Digestion & Dizziness

Ever felt a bit woozy after standing up too quickly? You're not alone. While occasional dizziness is a common experience for many, if you're frequently caught in a whirl, it's time to take a closer look.

Unveiling the Culprit: Postural Changes and More

One familiar face behind that fleeting dizziness is 'postural hypotension'—a brief drop in blood pressure after suddenly standing. But wait, there's more. Sometimes, the very food we relish could be nudging us into this disoriented state. Surprising, right? Let's delve into the world where digestion dances with dizziness.

Digestion: Not Just About Eating

Our digestive system isn't just about processing food. It's a complex ballet of organs, aided by an ensemble of gut-friendly bacteria, that extracts vital energy and nutrients from our meals. This rhythm can be disrupted by various factors—lifestyle choices, foods, and beverages—and when out of sync, it sometimes signals in mysterious ways, like dizziness.

If persistent dizziness haunts you, it's wise to consult a physician. It's essential to rule out other potential causes like ear infections or anemia. Once those are out of the picture, there's a realm of holistic approaches to explore.

IBS and Dizziness: A Tango

For some, especially those with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a bout of dizziness might herald a flare-up. The intricate communication between our brain and gut can sometimes cause our body to divert extra blood to inflamed intestines, making us feel light-headed.

Even if IBS isn't your concern, feeling dizzy post a hearty meal is not rare. Known as 'postprandial hypotension', this situation arises due to increased blood flow demands of our digestive system. Ideally, our heart should pace up and adjust, but when it doesn't, the world might seem to spin.

Tips to Keep the Spin at Bay

Worried about post-meal dizziness? Let's arm you with some strategies:

  1. Stay Hydrated: Sipping water 15 minutes before meals can help stabilize blood pressure changes.
  2. Mindful Eating: Opt for smaller, frequent meals and savor complex carbs, healthy fats, and proteins. This supports a steady digestion rhythm.
  3. Slow and Steady: After a meal, resist the urge to hustle. Give yourself a breather before getting back to chores.

Nature's Little Helpers: Aromatherapy

For those seeking an aromatic touch, essential oils might be the key. Here are a few to consider:

  • Ginger: Ginger shows promise in potentially curtailing vertigo symptoms.
  • Peppermint: This refreshing essence is thought to boost alertness and ward off dizziness.
  • Tangerine: Rich in micronutrients, tangerine oil can potentially enhance oxygen delivery, reducing dizziness in the process.

You can explore some of these fragrances in personal diffusers like Relieve or Cozy.

In Closing: Embrace a Wholesome Lifestyle

While essential oils can offer temporary relief, true wellness stems from a lifestyle rooted in balance. Imbibe the benefits of herbs and spices, nourish your body with mindful food choices, and embrace regular exercise. Over time, your body will reward you with vigor, stable energy levels, and a world that doesn't spin out of control!

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Cozy MONQ Diffuser
Cardamom | Cinnamon leaf | Vanilla Price $30.00
Focus MONQ Diffuser
Coffee | Ginger | Rosemary Price $30.00
Fresh MONQ Diffuser
Ginger | Lemon | Peppermint Price $30.00
Happy MONQ Diffuser
Fennel | Thyme | Vanilla Price $30.00
Love MONQ Diffuser
Cacao | Peppermint | Vanilla Price $30.00
Ocean MONQ Diffuser
Eucalyptus | Lime | Tangerine Price $30.00
Peace MONQ Diffuser
Frankincense | Rosemary | Yellow mandarin Price $30.00
Relieve MONQ Diffuser
Chamomile | Copaiba | Ginger Price $30.00
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Cinnamon leaf | Jasmine | Patchouli Price $30.00
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Sleepy MONQ Diffuser
Bergamot | Chamomile | Lavender Price $30.00
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The above information relates to studies of specific individual essential oil ingredients, some of which are used in the essential oil blends for various MONQ diffusers. Please note, however, that while individual ingredients may have been shown to exhibit certain independent effects when used alone, the specific blends of ingredients contained in MONQ diffusers have not been tested. No specific claims are being made that use of any MONQ diffusers will lead to any of the effects discussed above. Additionally, please note that MONQ diffusers have not been reviewed or approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. MONQ diffusers are not intended to be used in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, prevention, or treatment of any disease or medical condition. If you have a health condition or concern, please consult a physician or your alternative health care provider prior to using MONQ diffusers. MONQ blends should not be inhaled into the lungs. Why? It works better that way.