CBD and Sleep
Unlike THC, CBD does not have any psychoactive effects, meaning it does not provide the feeling of being “high”. Instead, CBD influences the human body by increasing levels of naturally-occurring endocannabinoids in our brain receptors. These receptors can interact with other areas of the brain which are known to regulate pain as well as affect dopamine receptors, which plays one of the biggest roles in how we live and act our lives.
So, what are some of the conditions CBD can help with? CBD has been shown to treat:
- Chronic pain by reducing inflammation
- Symptoms of epilepsy, including reducing seizures
- Anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders
- Relieves feelings of nausea
- Provides antipsychotic effects
One of the most popular uses is CBD for sleeping. CBD and sleep go hand in hand because there are many factors why one could suffer from insomnia or other sleep issues. By reducing a patient’s chronic pain, anxiety, or depression, CBD can provide physical and mental relief, therefore allowing for a better night’s sleep. One can even use CBD for sleep apnea as full-spectrum CBD has been shown to help the cardiovascular system.
The best part about cannabidiol is its incredible healing powers without affecting someone’s ability to function normally. High doses of CBD won’t impair your ability to drive a car, operate machinery, or think clearly. CBD is more of a “silent partner”, working behind the scenes to fix the kinks in your body and mind while allowing you to live life without having to make any serious changes.
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