If you're struggling to get a good night's sleep, you may have come across lavender pillow sprays as a solution.
But do they actually work, or are they just a marketing gimmick? Know what sleep experts say.
According to pediatric sleep coach Nilong Vyas, Lavender has been shown to enhance sleep quality in some studies.
Image Credit: Sleepjunkie
Social therapist and yoga instructor Jillian Amodio said that inhaling the calming aroma of lavender can signal the brain that aids in relaxation and help regulate sleep and anxiety.
Jeff Kahn, co-founder and CEO of Rise Science, advocated that there is no clear study that proves the effectiveness of lavender spray but they are generally regarded as harmless and hence can be tested.
Individual responses to aromatherapy can vary, and factors such as the quality and concentration of the lavender oil used in the spray may also play a role in its effectiveness.
Although lavender pillow sprays may not be effective for everyone, they are worth considering as part of your bedtime routine.
5 Best Cities for Sleep in the USA