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How To Take Nature Science CBD Oil To Sleep (PT2)
« on: 13. August 2021., 13:04:13 »

How To Take Nature Science CBD Oil To Sleep (PT2)

As part of our mission at Nature Science Group, we’d like to educate the crowd so that misleading information and thus fallacies about cannabis wouldn’t create further confusion and a barrier for potential customers in experiencing the positive effects of products extracted from this wonderful plant.
In recent years, a door has been opened to the use of CBD to treat sleep problems. Several studies seem to indicate good results about the ability to relax and improve the quality of sleep that this substance offers.
Project CBD, conducted several surveys (Cultivating Wellness) to understand the most typical uses of CBD and most people who use CBD use it to relieve pain, anxiety and improve the quality of their sleep. In the study, it was reflected how CBD helps both to fall asleep and to maintain sleep and reduces fatigue when waking up.
Sleep is regulated by the endocannabinoid system (ECS) due to its homeostatic action on the circadian rhythm. This process includes:
* Hormone production
* Heart rate
* Body metabolism
* The sleep-wake cycle
Each night, endocannabinoids activate the CB1 receptor of the ECS of the Central Nervous System (CNS) including zones dedicated to the regulation of sleep. This controls the release of neurotransmitters and reduces excess neuronal activity helping to manage pain, inflammation, anxiety, appetite and quality of sleep. Nature Science ANMA CBD OIL and Nature Science Absolute SBD OIL increases the activity of endocannabinoids where the CB1 receptor is, and it may play a fundamental role in regulating the sleep-wake cycle like many other processes mentioned above.
The effect of CBD on sleep is currently being investigated at various levels. An example described in the US National Library of Medicine reveals that the use of CBD during the first month of the study improved sleep parameters (66%) and reduced anxiety (79%). Anxiety levels, closely related to the quality of sleep, remained low in the long term.
A systematic review of various data sources such as PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, Embase, CINAHL and PsycInfo databases indicates that despite insufficient evidence on the benefits of CBD in the treatment of sleep disorders, there appears to be promising preliminary evidence on the subject in question. The most characteristic examples that have been studied in practice are the following; circadian rhythm disturbance (hypersomnolence), insomnia related to anxiety and post-traumatic stress, restless legs syndrome, REM sleep behavior disorders and daytime sleepiness.
CBD helps to regulate the wake-sleep cycle, frequently affected in cases of night work schedules, time imbalances due to travel ... Alterations in the circadian rhythm can manifest both as insomnia and hypersomnolence depending on the type of time alteration they present. In both cases, there is promising evidence that CBD may be beneficial.
Likewise, it reduces anxiety that can end up manifesting as difficulty starting or maintaining sleep. In particular, it allows people suffering from anxiety to fall asleep more immediately and to avoid early awakening in depressive cases. According to Project CBD, in a study of 1,521 individuals, the time to sleep was reduced from 1 hour to 20 minutes and nighttime awakenings were reduced by a third with the use of CBD. Its possible benefits in cases of sleep disturbance due to post-traumatic stress are even being studied.
In addition, it seems to act in the REM phase of rapid eye movements of sleep and normalize the latency of REM sleep, that is, the time it takes a patient between falling asleep and entering REM, usually about 90-120 minutes. Regulating the REM phase could help with nightmares, restless leg syndrome, or even REM sleep behavior disorder.
As if that were not enough, research also indicates that CBD may be beneficial for cases of daytime sleepiness. Affected patients suffer episodes of intense sleep during the day with the need to sleep and great difficulty in waking up. In this direction, it is beginning to study what kind of effects CBD produces in sleep disorders related to breathing.
To be continued in part 3

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