Utilizing pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils and their accompanying daily supplements is beneficial at any age, but should definitely be considered for our senior generation throughout their golden years. It is never too late to start taking a natural approach to taking care of yourself. Essential oils can be included as part of a daily routine of preventative healthcare. During this phase of our lives, ailments and issues may become exaggerated, and essential oils can assist with the care.
The changes that occur during your senior years cause an enormous toll on the body, emotions and mind. As we age, we can experience new health problems, potential loneliness, a reduced sense of purpose, increased fears and even, potentially, the loss of loved ones. The best thing one can do for their health and bodies is to take a proactive approach, while understanding the changes occurring during this time and how essential oils can help.
Some of the things we experience at this phase in our lives are poor eyesight, decreased bone density, weight management, digestive support, hearing loss, thinning of hair, cognitive ability, pain, arthritis, and incontinence. Essential oils can help with all these issues.
Do you want to sleep better?
Do you want to wake up energized?
Do you need help with your immune support?
Do you want to soothe aches and pains?
Join me in one of my workshops to learn how essential oils can help with these issues.
Workshops in September are scheduled for Saturday, September 7, at 11:00 a.m.; Saturday, September 14 at 11:00 a.m.; Saturday, September 21, at 11:00 a.m. and Saturday, September 28, at 11:00 a.m. If these times are not convenient, contact me to schedule a one-on-one. For those of you who have a few friends who may be interested in learning more about essential oils, you can host a workshop. This month, anyone who hosts a workshop will receive a special hostess gift of a diffuser. All you do is invite, and I do the rest.
For more information, contact JoAnne Gaudioso by phone or text at 480-225-5224 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.