Sweet Dreams: How CBD Affects Your Sleep

Whether you struggle to fall asleep, stay asleep, or simply wake up feeling like you’ve had no sleep – CBD could be a source of solace.

Cannabis and hemp have been a part of humanity’s journey from humble beginnings right up to the current nanotech and trending nuances. While hemp and cannabis were applied in various ways, the use of CBD as a sleeping aid is becoming more and more prominent.

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CBD and Sleep: What Makes Cannabis an Effective Sleep Aid?

There are many reasons behind poor sleep. If you suffer from PTSD, poor sleep could be attributed to nightmares. Studies show THC reduces the amount of time spent in REM sleep patterns, which is the precise time that nightmares emerge from the subconscious. Even if these dreams remain in the dark corners of the subconscious, they still cause restless sleep. Cannabis products (even THC free) can help reduce inflammation and pain that might be keeping you up at night. Anxiety is another issue that seems to be descending like a tsunami over the global population- which can keep even the most tired person up at night. Cannabis products formulated with precise cannabinoids and terpene profiles can help to reduce stress, anxiety, pain and inflammation- all the villains that keep you up at night.

What is the Endocannabinoid System’s Role with CBD and Sleep?

We can’t discuss CBD and sleep without acknowledging the endocannabinoid system. The ECS is an extensive system that can be likened to the conductor in our body’s orchestra of signaling. Every system and function in the human body needs to send and receive signals so they can function healthily. The ECS is an endogenous system whose full capabilities and responsibilities are still being uncovered. What is known is that this ECS plays a large role in modulating essential body functions and it is largely affected by stress, exercise, diet, and sleep. Cannabinoids like CBD help to regulate the ECS, and in turn, can increase the chances of a decent night’s sleep.

CBD and Sleep: What You Need to know

CBD has many different applications and benefits but its potential to help with sleep is amongst the most studied. While CBD and sleep can go hand in hand, the dose needs to be just right. CBD can be a pick-me-up in small doses. Its dextrous abilities are highlighted when used in higher doses, as CBD can be a sedative. CBD can not only help the endless thoughts and anxiety to ease so you can fall asleep faster, but it can improve the overall sleep quality as well as the duration of quality sleep as well.

CBD’s effects are bolstered by terpenes and other cannabinoids. While terpenes often seem like they’re just along for the ride, they are the driving force behind the cannabinoid’s effects.
And aside from terpenes, other cannabinoids also steer CBD’s sedative qualities. These cannabinoids also don’t get the attention they deserve. This full spectrum of terpenes and cannabinoids boosts CBD’s effects.

The full spectrum includes cannabinoids like CBC, CBDV, CBN, CBG, and terpenes as well. Some of the top cannabinoids for bolstering sleep are CBN and CBG, but if you’re looking for one to take the prize then CBN is a first class sleepy cannabinoid. Make sure your CBD product contains CBN if you’re looking for a product to aid with healthier sleep patterns.

If CBD and sleep are on your agenda, then you need to know about the following terpenes as well.

These Are the Most Sedating Terpenes:

Terpinolene
Terpinolene is one of the least common terpenes, but although it is relatively rare, it makes up for it with its heavy-handed sedating qualities. Studies also show that this sleepy terpene has the potential to be an antioxidant powerhouse.

Myrcene
Myrcene is a more well-known terpene and is found in many different cannabis strains. Aside from its sedentary nature, myrcene is also known as having anti-inflammatory qualities as well.

Caryophyllene
Caryophyllene might be a mouthful of a name, but it is a sweet treat for those looking to beat the sheep at night. What’s more, research indicates this terpene is great for calming down a stressed-out mind and relieving pain.

TLC Profiles: It Makes All the Difference

When it comes to CBD and sleep, Green Revolution’s TLC profiles makes all the difference to your CBD experience. Most of the plant’s attributes can be pinned to many of its internal workings. When most people consider cannabis, especially those who are new to the idea of it being an ally for health, they are surprised with its dextrous range of effects. The cannabis plant itself is just like the face of a clock. Within it, numerous mechanisms make it work and dictate the effects it could have. Unlike a clock however, the mechanisms are quite unique to each plant. Terpenes and cannabinoids are the mechanisms behind the plant, and the combination of these profiles gives the unique set of benefits. This is why Green Revolution takes the time to carefully craft cannabinoid and terpene profiles to create cannabis products specifically formulated for what you need.

Do you need to beat the midnight blues? Try CBD to disrupt a bad sleep pattern. When looking for the ultimate CBD product, your best option is a product formulated with an intelligent combination of terpenes and cannabinoids. The Nighttime Formula CBD Mixer is formulated to be an ideal bedside accompaniment if you’re looking to maximize your shut eye.

Green Revolution’s TLC profiles ensure that you get the most out of CBD- because you deserve a good night’s rest.

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