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  • There have been many studies over the course of the past decade about whether or not CBD can work as a sleeping aid. Studies have found that groups of people using CBD before bed had, on average, longer sleep times than those who did not. Insomnia occurs because of unusual levels of cortisol in people at night time. Cortisol is the stress hormone, and in most bodies, the level of cortisol peaks during the morning so that people can be alert. In the case of people with insomnia, their peaks are typically at night before bed. Some studies have shown that CBD consumption can help reduce the levels of cortisol that people have, indicating it can be used to help aid better sleep. There are several clinical studies analysing how CBD could potentially ease the effects of anxiety. In doing this, CBD may further be able to support better, less disturbed sleep though helping the way the brain processes stress and anxiety.

  • Some research has been done into the effects of CBD for insomnia sufferers. Early research in several studies have concluded that there are correlations between CBD intake, and decreased effects of insomnia. Sufferers of insomnia struggle with high cortisol levels during the evening and nighttime. Cortisol is a hormone typically released in the mornings to help alertness when waking up. People who suffer from insomnia however have high levels of cortisol at night time, meaning they don’t feel the same sensations of being sleepy or drowsy and struggle to sleep. CBD has been linked to possibly regulating hormonal levels, including cortisol levels. This means it may support several sleep conditions, such as insomnia.

  • One of the most well-known possible effects of ashwagandha is that it is able to help reduce anxiety and stress levels. Studies have shown that ashwagandha is capable of controlling stress mediators such as cortisol, Hsp70, and JNK-1. Another factor that contributes to ashwagandha’s ability to regulate stress is that it reduces how active the HPA axis is, which is another system that is responsible for regulating stress responses. Through supporting response to stress, aswagandgha has a calming effect on the body. This means it can ease stress and tension before sleep, meaning it is a beneficial natural remedy for people who suffer from sleep which is disrupted by anxiety, stress, or worry.

  • Lavender is best known for its calming effects on the mind and body; it has been turned to for centuries as a natural remedy to help sleep. Scientific studies have been conducted looking specifically at the effects of lavender on insomnia. The study found that participants suffering from insomnia reported that Lavender increased their vibrancy and daytime energy.

  • L-theanine can aid in helping you sleep. In fact, it's better to use L-theanine as a sleep aid because it doesn't have a sedative. The effect of L-theanine sleep on your alpha brain waves enhances both sleep duration and quality. It does this without experiencing drowsiness or the chances of addiction that come with taking prescribed sleep medication. The beneficial sleep effects are evident in patients suffering from anxiety disorders.

  • Evidence points to tart cherries like Montmorency cherries being able to help people sleep, whether they are simply struggling to get to bed or suffering from a more serious condition like insomnia. This is largely due to the large Montmorency cherry melatonin concentration. Melatonin is a hormone responsible for helping us sleep. To further improve the level of sleepiness that you’ll get after drinking concentrated Montmorency cherry juice, they’re also rich in anthocyanins and tryptophan, both of which are responsible for helping the body create melatonin and enhancing its effects. All of the details can be found in this study.