Although research into CBD and other cannabinoids is far from over, it is already quite clear that these substances can indeed positively affect the quality of our sleep — and thus improve the overall quality of our days and our entire lives. This is confirmed not only by numerous scientific findings, but also by the experiences of millions of CBD users around the world. 

Sleep experts overwhelmingly agree that for the vast majority of adults, a daily sleep of 7-8 hours is probably the most important element of their overall physical and mental health. Unfortunately, in today's fast-paced world, sleep problems have become a pandemic that threatens the quality of life and, of course, the health of up to half of humanity. About 60% of people in the Czech Republic struggle with at least occasional sleep difficulties. There are many factors that affect our well-deserved rest.  

If you're having trouble sleeping, you're not alone. And while CBD isn't a one-size-fits-all miracle, it's definitely worth a try. It is quite possible that it will help you to fall asleep again and sleep undisturbed. 

What does quality sleep actually look like?

In order to "officially" say that we sleep well, 3 main conditions need to be met. The first is to sleep long enough. What does "a long enough time" mean? Usually about the already mentioned 7-8 hours, but the specific time depends on each of us. The correct duration is easy to recognize — the next day we feel rested and full of energy.

The second condition is that our optimally long sleep is continuous. So we shouldn't wake up all the time, but sleep as long as possible.  

And finally, we need to pay attention to the correct depth of our night's rest. Only deep sleep can sufficiently regenerate us, strengthen our body and mind accordingly, and keep us in good condition. 

Don't meet these three conditions? Then it would be good not to take it lightly. Proper sleep is really the basis of everything. And maybe CBD will help you with it.

What bad sleep causes

As we said in the introduction, our healthy sleep (or lack thereof) affects many things. CBD cannabinoid can help with some, but unfortunately falls short on others. Our sleep can affect the state of our mental health, the use of certain medications that can disrupt the sleep cycle, physical problems, especially chronic pain, but also external influences such as constant staring at screens, a loud environment or a bad mattress. While CBD can't replace a good bed, it can do a lot more with harmonizing body and soul. 

CBD for good sleep

According to the latest scientific research, CBD has been shown to help up to 70% of subjects not only reduce anxiety but also improve sleep. In the same way, we already know today that CBD can effectively fight chronic, but also acute pain, relieve us and finally allow us to fall asleep peacefully. In addition, this cannabinoid has also been shown to have an effect on the sleep cycle and can reduce nighttime awakenings. In addition, CBD has shown positive effects in the fight against daytime sleepiness and fatigue. At the same time, it is a completely natural and very safe way, which, unlike classic sleeping pills, does not carry harmful side effects for the body or cause addiction.

How to take CBD for better sleep

There are many ways to get CBD into the body. The most common is probably CBD oil in the form of drops. Capsules, teas and other dietary supplements are also common. However, you can also turn to, for example, dried CBD flowers or a vaporizer. It's up to you what suits you best. As for the amount — everyone reacts to CBD a little differently and the right dose depends on many factors such as weight, sensitivity to cannabinoids or metabolic rate. Although there is practically no risk of overdose, it is always best to try the lowest possible dose first and gradually increase it if necessary. 

Another important thing to keep in mind is the fact that few people will immediately feel the effects of CBD on improving sleep. In many cases, at least a month of regular use is needed. So don't be put off the first time. Unfortunately, returning sleep to an optimal normal sometimes does not happen overnight. However, CBD can help you significantly.

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