Green Revolution Chill products can be used before bed.
Sleep: A Difficult Necessity
Sleep can be difficult to attain. According to NIH Data, 50 to 70 million Americans chronically suffer from sleep disorders. Quality of sleep is important: not only does it promote mental well-being and clarity, but it also lowers the risk of disorders like hypertension, diabetes, obesity, heart attack, and stroke. The hard truth is that we all need sleep, as much as we may think of ourselves as superheroes.
So how can we reliably get sleep when it’s sometimes (or oftentimes) unreliable? Outside of ingesting a sleep aid, people can engage in exercise, routine, and changing their sleep environment. However, this is not always enough. Often, people turn to traditional prescription and over the counter medications when they badly need sleep. However, new evidence suggests that cannabinoids can affect sleep. In this article, we’ll walk you through current findings on cannabinoids and sleep in an effort to show you the various options for enhancing your sleep routine.