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CBD for Sleep



CBD for Sleep

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If you struggle to get the rest you deserve, consider investing in the sleep-promoting potential of hemp-derived CBD. Based on the feedback of nearly 2000 CBD users, 9 out of 10 report that CBD helps them sleep better. Of the many respondents reporting favorable results, 89% also report that CBD helps calm their mind, 84% tell us CBD helps with discomfort after physical activity, and 88% of CBD users report help with mild or temporary anxiety.

Although an impressive 89% of our 2019 survey respondents report that CBD helps them sleep better, that particular survey was conducted before the introduction of our CBN + CBD sleep tinctures. According to the results of our 2021 sleep study, 72% of study participants agree (ranging between somewhat to definitely) that the 600mg CBN + CBD Sleep Tincture by CBDistillery™ performed better than any other sleep aid they’ve previously tried.

The Physical and Psychological Consequences of Too Little Sleep

Some fortunate souls fall asleep within minutes of hitting the pillow. The rest of us lose far too much sleep each week tossing, turning, and trying to get comfortable. Whether caused by an endless stream of worrying thoughts or physical discomfort, the impact is the same, long days of feeling drained, unfocused, and out of sorts. Current data shows that nearly 70 percent of our adult population struggles with sleep issues at least once each week.1

That’s an alarming statistic. Although an occasional night of too little sleep is unlikely to cause irreparable harm, losing even a few hours of sleep during the week can drain your energy, dull your reflexes, and slow your thought processes. Over time, the toll on your body increases your risk of developing high blood pressure, heart disease, type II diabetes, metabolic issues, and mood disorders, especially if too little sleep or poor sleep quality leaves you too tired to exercise or make time for other activities you value.2,3

Why Are People Getting Less Sleep Than They Need?

There are many potential causes of sleep deprivation. Some people have difficulty falling asleep; others wake several times during the night or too early in the morning. While the reasons for frequent waking can vary, sleep experts blame most short-term sleep difficulties on stress.

Once stress, changes in daily routine, or the demands of a hectic lifestyle start keeping you awake, the changes in your sleep patterns can trigger a cascade of events that can interfere with your natural circadian rhythms. Once circadian rhythms are disrupted, it can be hard for anyone to get their sleep cycles back on track.

Why Are People Turning to Hemp-Derived CBD for Better Sleep?

Many prescription and over-the-counter sleep aids can cause an alarming number of side effects. Some cause morning drowsiness or carry a high risk of chemical dependency. They’re simply not right for everyone. The search for natural relief leads many people to hemp-derived CBD, a cannabinoid with considerable health and wellness potential. CBD is non-intoxicating, non-addictive, and 93% of our survey respondents have never experienced a negative side effect.

How Do Hemp-Derived CBD Products Work?

CBD works by mimicking the effects of essential chemical messengers produced in your body and relaying urgent signals to the receptors of its largest regulatory system, your endocannabinoid system (ECS). Since ECS function regulates everything from your moods and emotions to organ function, the impact of that interaction depends on which essential processes might be restored to balance (homeostasis) through ECS support.

CBD is the most abundant of the many cannabinoids in natural hemp extracts but not the only one with health and wellness potential. Full spectrum (and broad spectrum) CBD products also give you more than 100 minor cannabinoids in lesser amounts. Of the many minor cannabinoids, CBN (cannabinol) has an affinity with specific receptors (CB1) that play a significant role in sleep modulation.4

You Could Benefit from a CBD Tincture for Sleep

Most people require 6-7 hours of uninterrupted sleep each night to wake feeling rested. Many require 8 hours or more. Although sleep needs can vary greatly from one person to the next, most people don’t get enough. When you wake feeling tired, groggy, or disoriented, you’re likely feeling the effects of too little sleep or poor sleep quality. If limiting caffeine, white noise machines, or counting sheep aren’t giving you’re the results you’ve been hoping for, consider how you might benefit from our CBN + CBD Oil Sleep Tincture.

CBDistillery™ 600mg CBN + CBD Oil Sleep Tincture is specifically formulated for rest and relaxation. In every bottle, you’ll get 450 mg of our full spectrum CBD oil enhanced with 150 mg of pure, potent CBN isolate. The convenient bulbed dropper makes it easy to adjust your serving sizes as needed. Consider how our CBN + CBD oil tincture could help you sleep better as you browse the benefits reported by or 2021 sleep study participants.

Get More Quality Sleep

Waking during the night and feeling sleepy during the day are signs of poor sleep quality. So are other less obvious symptoms like memory lapses, food cravings, and frequent infections. Based on the data collected from our 2021 sleep study participants, CBDistillery™ 600mg CBN + CBD Oil Sleep Tincture could help. An impressive 81% of our participants said they somewhat to definitely agree they achieved more quality sleep.

Sleep Longer

Sleep latency refers to the amount of time that lapses between “lights out” and drifting off to sleep. Sleep duration is the total amount of time you sleep. Prolonged sleep latency can interfere with sleep duration. According to the data obtained through our 2021 sleep study, participants reported sleeping an average of 30-40 minutes longer when using our 600mg sleep tincture before turning in for the night. They also found it easier to stay asleep.6

Feel More Refreshed

Most people pass between the four stages of sleep in a relatively predictable pattern. If you’re getting less sleep than your body requires, you could end up moving through sleep cycles faster to compensate for previous sleep deficits. When this happens, you won’t wake feeling rested or refreshed.7 During our 2021 sleep study, 61% of our study participants said they felt refreshed in the morning after using CBDistillery™ 600mg CBN+ CBD Oil Sleep Tincture.

Wake Up on a Good Note

Most sleep study participants reported favorable results using our CBN + CBD sleep tincture. Although the only way to know how your system might respond to any CBD product is to try it,78% of our participants told us they were somewhat to definitely likely to continue using the 600mg CBN + CBD Oil Sleep Tincture by CBDistillery™ after the study ended.An impressive 82% said they were somewhat likely to definitely likely to recommend this sleep-specific CBD tincture to others.

To learn more about supporting ECS function with hemp-derived CBD, visit CBDistillery™ to download The Ultimate CBD User Guide or listen to The CBD MOVEMENT Podcast. Then consider browsing our selection of CBD tinctures, topicals, gummies, softgels, and CBD sleep products. All CBDistillery™ CBD products are third-party tested, US Hemp Authority™ certified, and backed by our 60-day Money Back Guarantee.

Additional Sources:

1. Med Alert Help. M Dobric (2021 April 19) 48 Surprising Sleep Statistics & Facts to Know in 2021.

2. Healthline. J Leech. (2020 February 24) 10 Reasons Why Good Sleep Is Important.

3. Healthy Sleep, Harvard Medical School. (2007) Sleep and Disease Risk.

4. National Center for Biotechnology. E Murillo-Rodriguez. (2008 April 18) The Role of the CB1 Receptors in the Regulation of Sleep.

5. Vitality Unleashed Psychology. A Gilmour. (2021) 10 Signs of Poor Sleep Quality.

6. Journal of Community Hospital Internal Medicine Perspectives. D Shrivastava et al. (2014) How to Interpret the Results of a Sleep Study. 7. Harvard Health Help Guide. (2021) The Science of Sleep: Stages and Cycles.