Have you ever stared at a ceiling , subconsciously calculating how many hours it is till you need to wake up... How much sleep have you already missed, just to find it difficult to fall asleep in the first place? If that's the case, you're not alone!

The American Sleep Association estimates that 50-70 million Americans suffer from a sleep issue. In addition, 30% of individuals suffer from short-term insomnia, whereas 10% suffer from long-term insomnia.

If you've already tried giving up caffeine after 2 p.m. and avoiding electronics before bed, you might be wondering, "What more can I do to sleep faster?" How can I reduce my anxiousness before going to bed? This is where Hydrogenated CBD can help you reduce the stress that comes with tossing and turning night after night.

How CBD can help you and your nighttime routine

CBD, also known as Cannabidiol, is a popular pharmaceutical and natural medicine. This is due to the fact that it interacts with your endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a modulatory system that regulates a variety of activities and processes, including bodily homeostasis during stressful and anxious situations.

According to some experts, Hydrogenated CBD may enhance sleep because it can address specific core reasons of sleeplessness by soothing nervous thoughts and providing a health environment.

For example, if CBD makes you feel calmer and more relaxed, you may feel more at ease before going to bed. This, in turn, can help you fall asleep faster and sleep better. However, if the source of your sleep problem is a specific ailment or health condition, CBD may not be the ideal solution for some insomniacs.

Is there research linking CBD to better sleep?

More research is needed before making definitive judgments about the association between CBD and sleep. Having said that, studies and research indicate that Hydrogenated CBD may be beneficial for stress management and the route to better sleep.

Here are just a few of the research that link CBD to better sleep:

CBD was linked to decreased anxiety levels in 79.2 percent of persons in the study, and CBD was linked to better sleep in 66.7 percent of people in the study, according to a 2019 study.

According to a 2018 study, there is evidence to support the notion that CBD relieves pain and, as a result, may improve sleep.

A 2017 review also stated that CBD may be beneficial in the treatment of RBD (REM Sleep Behavior Disorder) and that it has the potential to treat excessive daytime sleepiness.

Simple ways to incorporate CBD products into your nightly rituals

We normally advocate utilising CBD products 30 minutes to an hour before going to bed, especially if you're using H4CBD in conjunction with melatonin. But, because everyone of us is unique, we'll leave it up to you to decide when Hydrogenated CBD makes the most sense in your bedtime routine.

Also, like with other habits, it's best to stay with your CBD nightly routine for at least a few weeks to receive the full benefits.

Tip: We like to mix CBD products with other bedtime rituals such as sipping tea, journaling, and stretching before bed. This way, it's part of a larger process of self-care as we move from one chapter of the day to the next.

CBD products for your nighttime routine

With so many CBD products available, you have a plethora of options for selecting the finest CBD for your lifestyle.

Here is Bona Voluntate's current list of CBD products:

We will also be offering some more family-friendly and accessible choices in the coming months:

Gummies: H4CBD gummies are chewable and frequently quite sweet, making them an excellent night treat!

H4CBD creams and lotions: Hydrogenated CBD lotion or cream on your body may aid with aches and pains as well as tranquilly.

Tinctures: Tinctures are convenient and have a long shelf life since they are easily absorbed under the tongue. We're even working on a CBN tincture designed exclusively for sleep, so stay tuned!

Other sleep-improvement strategies

Sleep is undeniably vital for our brain function, cognition, and overall happiness and well-being. But knowing something is necessary doesn't make it simple, especially when it comes to something as elusive as sleeping. Fortunately, there are certain things you may do to feel more at ease and relaxed before going to bed.

According to Harvard Medical School, one of the best methods to inform your mind that it's time to sleep is through a nighttime ritual. Listening to soothing music or reading a book can help your brain go to a new bedtime state.

Exercise (but not too near to your preferred bedtime), conserving your bed for sleep and sex (no emailing or scrolling), and avoiding alcohol, caffeine, and acidic foods/drinks are further suggestions from Harvard.

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We hope these suggestions make your bedtime a little more peaceful! If you're ready to try H4CBD, we have a large selection of flower and pre-rolls in both low-cost and high-end varieties.