SALT LAKE CITY—November 20, 2013—In an article published in the November 2013 issue of Healthy Utah magazine, Young Living’s director of global education and sales, Scott Johnson, offers an overview of how essential oils can help reduce the stress that is reported by 42 percent of Americans during the holiday season.
The article describes how stress affects both body and emotions and cites recent scientific findings on why essential oils offer an emotionally balancing, therapeutic effect. Johnson recommends diffusing or directly inhaling Lavender and Cedarwood essential oils specifically, noting that, “[essential oils] may make the difference between having a joyous or a stressful holiday season.”
In addition to his leadership role within Young Living, Johnson is also a member of the Young Living Essential Oils Scientific Advisory Council, the author of two books, and an expert on health and fitness.
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