CBD won’t get you high, but it may be a way to help you get the sleep you need.
It is estimated that 1 in 3 adults, 10 – 15 % of the population or 50 to 70 million adults in the USA do not get enough sleep and suffer chronic insomnia.
Often insomnia and sleep problems are directly related to stress and anxiety. As a result of sleep deprivation, people encounter feelings of irritation, headaches, lack of concentration, mood swings, and more.
Your body is in recovery and repair mode while you sleep. Sleep is very important for muscle regeneration and healing especially after injuries.
Lack of sleep can negatively affect your memory and over-all physical and mental well-being.
CBD may positively affect your sleep cycle with compounds that interact with brain receptors believed to affect the body’s sleep-wake cycle.
Over the last few years, several important studies have been published within the scientific and academic communities suggesting that CBD may have the potential to help regulate sleep patterns.
“The World Health Organization” stated that CBD is generally well tolerated with a good safety profile. CBD has little or no side effects.
This is not medical advice; this information is compiled from other literature sources. As with any new treatment, consult with your Doctor before adding CBD to your sleep, pain or anxiety regime.