Can CBD help me sleep?

People all over the world have been using the cannabis for medicinal and recreational purposes for years. Two of the most abundant compounds in the plant are THC and CBD but while both are psychoactive, both have different effects on the brain. Unlike THC, CBD is non-impairing, and has been claimed to be useful for those who have problems related to sleep such as insomnia.

What is insomnia?

Insomnia is a term for a sleep condition in which you find it hard to fall asleep or to stay asleep. Causes of the disorder are thought to include stress, anxiety and other mental health disorders, pain, a noisy sleeping environment, being too hot or cold and drinks that contain caffeine

Common ways of improving insomnia

Changing your bedtime routine can help improve your quality of sleep. Examples include reading or having a warm bath before bed.
Making sure you don’t eat anything too heavy before bedtime can also help improve how quick you fall asleep. And obviously no caffeine or stimulants.
Not using any electronic devices and making sure you are not using the internet before bed can significantly improve your sleep patterns.
Exercise and being active throughout the day can also help you become more calmer and less stressed out before bed. It can also just tire you out, helping sleep.

Symptoms of Insomnia

  • Finding it hard to sleep
  • Waking up throughout the night
  • Feeling tired after waking up
  • Feeling tired throughout the day
  • Feeling irritable
  • Finding it hard to nap during the day even though you are tired
  • Finding it difficult to stay focused during the day due to tiredness
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CBD for Sleep FAQs

Overall, available evidence based on CBD suggests that it is well tolerated. Some people have reported fatigue and mental sedation with CBD use but researchers speculate that this may be related to dosage.

Determining the long term effects of using CBD cannot be fully understood yet as more research into the topic is required.

CBD does have the potential to interact with other medications due to the way the body metabolizes certain substances. It is advised that you speak to a medical professional about your current medication before trying CBD.

If you would like to read more about CBD and sleep see the following:

We recommend you discuss any sleep or insomnia issues with your medical practitioner or GP to ensure you are getting best and most up to date advice.

How to take CBD for sleep?

If you want to take CBD for sleep then first step is to discuss with your GP or a medical professional. Please exercise caution when trying any new supplements – everyone reacts differently to substances.

Taking CBD for sleep can be beneficial to you and may help you get a better nights sleep and also help reduce any anxiety and feelings of worry which may be preventing you from resting. 

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