It is time for our beloved teenagers to sit their exams. It is never a comfortable period for both parents and teenagers. However, dealing with stress requires a common sense attitude. There is no need to read books or follow complicated rules about avoiding panic. It is all about identifying the source of apprehension. There are always good tools for every fear. On top of that, learning how to relax goes with learning how to breathe properly. Before an oral exam, it will help to release tension and help you to express yourself clearly. Before a written exam, it brings oxygen to the brain and helps to open your mind. When the exam starts, instead of immersing yourself immediately in the exam, it is better to take 2 minutes to perform deep abdominal breathing, associated with a quick self-auto massage. This will definitely enhance your potential for the exam.
Aromatherapy is a very good tool during the exams.
During the exams, breathing in some aromatherapy oils from a stick inhaler will help focus and concentration. For instance, rosemary ct cineole has a tonic action on an intellectual level and the lemon helps you stay focused and awake. On the other hand, by using a stick inhaler, it forces you to breathe deeply. The oxygen works in the body on all levels: oxygenated cells are the key to success during exams.
For those who are subject to panic attacks, it is always better to have an aromatherapy consultation in advance for full support. Don’t hesitate to contact me.
Stress is never bad if you make it your friend. It is a necessity for boosting your energy and working on full capacity.
You are the best (Focus/concentrate stick inhaler):
Add 15 drops in the inhaler as follow:
- Lemon (Citrus limonum) for alertness: 5 drops
- Rosemary ct cineole (Rosmarinus officinalis ct cineole) for memory: 5 drops
- Cedarwood (Cedrus atlantica) for courage: 3 drops
- Rose (Rosa damascena) for love: 2 drops
- Breathe each time you feel you need it.
AromaBio- Marie LARDY