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Home workouts are big now since everyone is quarantined in their own homes. There are a lot of videos on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Tik Tok about the easiest and fastest way to get the body you desire in the comfort of your own home. From Chloe Ting’s 2-weeks workouts to easy 10-minute Tik Tok workouts, almost everyone you know is using this time to build their body.
But sometimes, working out alone is not enough. Sometimes your body needs a little something to get going or to calm down post-workout. If you have been working out before this pandemic I am sure you will know that the pre and post-workout routine is just as important as the workout itself. It is important to warm up your muscles and body and also to cool it down, and there are a lot of ways to do that.
However, if foam rollers and painkillers are not helping your muscles before or after your workout, it may be time to consider a more natural approach: essential oils.
Essential oils are highly beneficial for a variety of things. It has been used for so long in a lot of cultures and lifestyles.
The most common essential oil is Eucalyptus oil. It is also the most soothing oils ever. This is a miracle worker for your sore muscles after a tiring workout.
You can use Eucalyptus oil for pre-workout by diffusing it to feel energized for your workout after that. Since its scent is invigorating and energizing, using it while you are doing your pre-workout routine can get your body going and feel refreshed.
If you prefer, you can use it for post-workout as well as it is incredibly soothing. Diffusing it while doing your post-workout routine can help your body and muscles feel relaxed after an exhausting workout.
Alternatively, you can dilute it in a carrier oil and use it as a massage to cool down your muscles and ease the soreness of your body after working out. This will get rid of the tension in your body and also allows for better circulation.
It is important to dilute Eucalyptus oil in a carrier oil as it can be dangerous when used topically when not diluted. The carrier oil will not decrease the effects of the oil. It is purely as a carrier to ensure that your skin will not get irritated by the toxicity of the oil.
As with every essential oil, it is best to do a patch test beforehand to ensure that you are not allergic to the product. It is also best to keep it away from children and pregnant women. If you wish to use it while on medication or for children or pregnant women, do consult the doctor to see if it is okay.
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