Many people know despair and exhaustion after a sleepless night

Many people know the feeling of despair and exhaustion after a sleepless night – or worse, a series of sleepless nights. The next day, everything in life seems harder, it’s impossible to concentrate, it’s difficult to make decisions, things quickly throw us off track. It can make us scratch our throats and the immune system goes haywire.

Lack of sleep can affect all aspects of our health. It can lead to depression, anxiety (anxiety) and reduced cognitive capacity. In addition, due to lack of sleep, we can gain weight or we cannot get rid of extra pounds.

If we regulate our sleep, other possible health problems can also be regulated, at least to a certain extent, and thus eliminating insomnia is a step that should take precedence over “solving” other problems.

Correcting sleep disorders can have a huge impact on your overall health and well-being.

And so, what can we do?

In addition to general sleep hygiene, which includes mild physical activity a few hours before bedtime, avoiding blue light in the evening (TV, telephone, tablets,…), no stimulants (coffee, tobacco, alcohol) in the afternoon/evening hours, relaxation, sleeping in the dark and silence (face mask, earplugs), sleeping in a cold room… we can also use natural preparations. We also have to think about magnesium deficiency.
Managing stress and maintaining a high level of health can dramatically contribute to better sleep, and the use of cannabis can play a key role in this.
CBD can help you sleep better by reducing anxiety and tension in the nervous system. In the modern world, we are constantly rushing somewhere, and although we feel that we are not burdened, that we know how to relax our minds, we do not have any special worries that would “keep us up”… our body can still be in a constant “state of readiness” and thus can no longer fully relax. CBD does not have a sedative effect, but can calm an overactive nervous system that prevents us from the necessary physical relaxation of the body and can thus provide us with a more restful sleep.
CBD itself does not necessarily promote sleep (it is not a sedative). It will help some people sleep, some people will be more awake because of it. CBD helps you sleep better mainly by calming the nervous system and anxiety – if someone suffers from insomnia due to stress, anxiety or pain, CBD is certainly a choice worth trying. Doses are very individual (eg from 2-25 mg of CBD), depending on the state of our own endocannabinoid system, and sometimes quite a bit of experimentation is needed to find the right dose.
The endocannabinoid system is involved in regulating our circadian rhythm, that is, regulating our sleep cycle—our ability to be awake, to fall asleep, to stay asleep, and to wake up rested. CBD can raise levels of our own endocannabinoid, anandamide, which then acts via receptors in our nerve cells that are responsible for regulating these cycles. And it’s precisely the levels of anandamide in the brain that are highest at night, where they help generate deeper sleep.

Best CBD intakes for sleep:

Tincture/drops/spray – under the tongue, 15 minutes before bed
Capsules/candies, 30 minutes before bedtime
Snacks or drinks, 60 minutes before bed
Topical (to relieve pain that may cause insomnia), just before bedtime
Inhalation, just before bed (best with a dry herb vaporizer)
When determining the appropriate dose, we start slowly – the goal is to find just the right dose to ensure sufficient relaxation for restful sleep.

Recommended Nabie products:

Especially with the intention to help with these problems we formulated Nabie Relax Recalm spray, products that might help are also: Nabie 5% CBD drops, Nabie Regenerating oil with arnica, Nabie Body oil Rosehip, Nabie Hand and body cream