Insomnia is the most commonly diagnosed sleep disorder with 10% of adults suffering from the condition chronically.
Medications like zolpidem are usually prescribed to treat this disorder, but these drugs often come with adverse effects like dizziness, headache and sleepwalking.
However, there is a more natural way. CBD, the non-intoxicating component of the cannabis plant, may help you sleep through the night by decreasing anxiety and regulating circadian rhythms.
Here are four ways you can use CBD to help counter insomnia.
Take a CBD Supplement
One of the easiest ways to take CBD is a supplement in the form of a pill or capsule. Remember to take CBD supplements an hour before bed so the pill has time to break down and make its way through your digestive system.
If you find yourself dozing off easily but waking up in the middle of the night, look for time-released CBD capsules to give you a steady, continuous dose for a full eight hours of shut-eye.
Have a CBD Snack
Everyone loves a midnight snack, but did you know that late-night munchies are a great way to get in a dose of CBD to help you sleep?
You can find a wide variety of treats like candy, cookies and brownies infused with CBD. These edibles are a great option for people who have difficulty swallowing pills.
Relax with CBD Tea
What’s more relaxing than a hot cup of tea before bed? Adding CBD to your evening cup can turn this home remedy for sleeplessness into a real treatment for insomnia.
Make this hot drink both relaxing and flavorful by adding a few drops of Canna River Full Spectrum Peppermint Tincture 5000mg CBD to a cup of flowery tea like chamomile or rosehip. Avoid any teas that contain caffeine.
Use a Vaporizer
If you would rather inhale your CBD than eat or drink it, a vaporizer may be the right option for you.
Those who are trying to quit smoking may find vaping CBD especially comforting, and unlike cigarettes, it’s great for your health. You can also feel the effects of CBD much faster with a vaporizer.
Because there are so many different CBD products to choose from, it may take some experimenting to find the one that works best for you.
If your insomnia doesn’t seem to respond at first, try using a different dosage or a different product. You can also consider seeking the guidance of a CBD-friendly physician or a naturopathic medicine doctor.
Have you tried using CBD to help counter your insomnia? Let us know your experience in the comments below!
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