A Better Night Night
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The alarm rings... ⏰
If there’s one thing you and I have in common it's that memory of waking up bushy tailed and bright eyed when we were kids. Maybe the Saturday morning cartoons helped but let’s be real, waking up after a rough night tossing and turning is the worst. The truth is, you and I are not alone. According to the CDC, 1 in 3 Americans struggle with sleeplessness.* And it's not for lack of exhaustion, let me tell ya...
According to the CDC, 1 in 3 Americans struggle with sleeplessness. *
Various factors affect how easily we can fall into a true restful sleep and many of those are common in the average American life. Stressful moments we can’t shake off, the anxieties of tackling each day and achy muscles that rob us of our cozy tucked-in-bed feeling.
Honestly, they’re not easy to manage and it’s no surprise you see so many sleep products on store shelves.
The good news is, CBD has been shown to help us rest a little easier.
In a study of 72 adults who struggled with anxiety and poor sleep, CBD was tested for how well it helped improve these concerns. After the first month, 66.7% noted better sleep, 79.2% noted lessened anxiety.*
We’ve received some great feedback on our CBD + CBN sleep oral drops called TONIGHT. It’s got an extra boost of CBN, studied to help with sleep and made to help you get a better night’s rest without the morning grogginess other sleep aids like melatonin give.
We’d love for you to consider making CBD + CBN a part of your nightly routine. We're beyond grateful for the opportunity to get to share it with the world. Check out how our delicious TONIGHT drops has helped others by reading our reviews here.
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*Source: https://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/18-041 Shannon S, Lewis N, Lee H, Hughes S. Cannabidiol in anxiety and sleep: A large case series. Perm J 2019;23:18-041. DOI: https://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/18-041Continue reading