A good night's rest is one of the many things all of us look forward to, but sadly sleep evades some of us. Before looking into how CBD helps let’s look into the main causes of insomnia and what it is. Insomnia is a disorder that is characterized by difficulty in falling or staying asleep. According to Mayo Clinic, insomnia can be caused by 

  • Anxiety or Depression
  • Medication
  • Stress disorders or stress
  • Caffeine
  • Chronic Pain


Our endocannabinoid system is made up of several receptors that help the body maintain balance, stability, or homeostasis. As per the latest studies, the activation of the cannabidiol receptors is important to Induce fatigue, while the dormancy of these receptors promotes wakefulness. By using the endocannabinoid system which directly affects our body's ability to process fatigue and wakefulness, we can promote the use of holistic natural alternatives to achieve a restful night.

While research on CBD and its benefits is in the infancy stage, the results look promising.
An online survey conducted In 2021, which had 387 current or past users of CBD, this survey showed that 60% of users found a better night's sleep after having CBD.
A study conducted in 2019, which looked into the use of CBD for reducing anxiety and improving sleep quality. The study compromised of 72 people, 47 of which were experiencing anxiety and 25 insomnia. They were given 25mg of CBD daily in a capsule. In the first month, 79.2% of the people reported lower anxiety and 67% reported better sleep.


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Does CBD help you Sleep Better?


As per the clinical trials that have been conducted, the short answer is YES.  Research shows that the Endocannabinoid system directly affects the way we perceive fear, pain, or stress. We can assume that CBD indirectly improves sleep by alleviating the root causes of sleep problems.


  •    Pain Management- One of the major causes of problems with sleep is pain. Unlike the normal sleep aids which induce drowsiness, CBD digs deeper and attacks the cause of the problem which in this case is pain.CBD binds with the CB1 and CB2 receptors to reduce the pain sensation in the body. Research proves that our Endocannabinoid system directly interacts with major endogenous pain control systems. With this interaction, we can reduce pain and also reduce the possibility of side effects that occur with over-the-counter pain medications.


  •   Mental Health- Sleep disorders are often caused by changes in mental health. CBD is well known for its ability to bind with the key receptors to promote homeostasis(balance)in the brain. Research speaks very positively on the effects of CBD on the brain, specifically “CBD helps reduce anxiety related to PTSD, which in turn reduces anxiety-induced REM sleep disturbances.CBD also can regulate cortisol levels; a hormone-related to non-REM sleep cycles. By regulating both stress hormones and anxiety symptoms challenges in sleep may be overcome.


  •   CBD and SOMNOLENCE- Somnolence can be defined as “a state of a strong desire for sleep, or sleeping for unusually long periods”.There Is a common misconception that CBD causes drowsiness or fatigue, which is incorrect. CBD  taken during the day promotes alertness, leading to a more alert sleep during the night.CBD can reduce this state by regulating the sleep-wake cycles.





CBD oil provides an amazing alternative to those people who are looking for a holistic and natural approach to tackle their sleep problems. The holistic approach to health takes the long-term effects of body, mind, and spirit into account. As we have seen above CBD can regulate cortisol levels along with reducing anxiety and maintains a healthy sleep/wake cycle thus ensuring you are well-rested and get a great night’s sleep.