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Do you get sick of being exhausted all the time? If so, CBD oil is a completely natural way to fall asleep easily and stay asleep through the night. 

Experts recommend seven to nine hours of sleep each night to stay healthy. If you don't get enough, your physical and mental health will suffer. 

Lack of sleep causes tons of symptoms including:

  • Slowed thinking

  • Reduced attention span

  • Worsened memory

  • Poor or risky decision-making

  • Lack of energy

  • Mood changes

Consequences of sleep deprivation

Sleep deprivation can have serious and far-reaching consequences. Acute sleep deprivation increases the likelihood of unintentional mistakes and accidents. Driving while fatigued can be fatal because it slows reaction times and increases the chance of microsleeps. People who are sleep deprived are more likely to struggle in school and at work, or to experience mood swings that can harm personal relationships.

Chronic sleep deprivation can lead to a variety of health issues. Sleep is essential for the proper functioning of nearly all body systems.

Chronic sleep deprivation poses significant risks to physical and mental health

Cardiovascular disease: Research has found strong links between sleep deprivation and cardiovascular problems such as high blood pressure, coronary heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.

Diabetes: Not getting enough sleep may make it harder for the body to control blood sugar levels, which raises the risk of developing metabolic diseases like diabetes.

Obesity: Research has found that when people don't get enough sleep, they tend to consume more calories and carbohydrates, which is just one of several ways that poor sleep may be linked to obesity and problems maintaining a healthy weight.

Immunodeficiency: Sleep deprivation has been linked to poor immune function, including a poor response to vaccines.

Hormonal imbalances: Sleep aids the body's production and regulation of various hormones, potentially increasing susceptibility to hormonal problems in sleep deprived individuals.

Pain: People who are sleep deprived are more likely to develop pain or to believe that their pain is worsening. Pain may cause additional sleep disruptions, creating a vicious cycle of worsening pain and sleep.

Mental decline: Sleep and mental health are inextricably linked, and lack of sleep has been linked to conditions such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.


Disruptive environment

Your bedroom should be your sleep sanctuary, not a disruptive environment. When you're ready to sleep, it should be dark, cool, and quiet. If quiet isn't working for you, or if you're just lying there doing nothing, try using ambient noise to help you fall asleep more easily.

Unhealthy lifestyle choices

Need we beat a dead horse? How many times have you been told that good diet, exercise, and minimization of bad habits such as smoking or dinking can lead to better sleep?

Too much screen time

Light exposure reduces the secretion of melatonin, a hormone that influences circadian rhythms. Even low-level light can disrupt a person's circadian rhythm and melatonin secretion. A mere eight lux—a brightness level greater than that of most table lamps and roughly twice that of a night light—has an effect. Many people don't get enough sleep because of light at night, and short sleep has been linked to an increased risk of depression, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems.

General aches and pains

No matter how exhausted you are, muscle soreness can make almost any sleeping position uncomfortable. As a result, it can wake you up even if you thought you had finally found some peace and quiet. 

Sleep disorders

Underlying conditions such as: restless legs syndrome, sleep apnea, etc. If you think you are experiencing a sleep related disorder, please consult a medical professional.


Now that you know what could be waking you up in the middle of the night, here are some of the best things you can do to help you get back to dreamland.

Cover up noise with these tracks!

Gentle rainfall

Ocean Waves

Brown Noise

Why this works: When you're in a quiet environment, every single small noise can be disruptive - such as birds, outside traffic, you're apartment neighbor doing dishes. What the tracks above do is generate an effect called frequency masking.

Frequency masking is an auditory phenomenon that occurs when two similar sounds play at the same time, or in the same general location. One masks the other, confusing your perception of either sound.

When a large bad of frequencies is being played at once, it covers up the sudden disruptive sounds, such as your neighbors yapping mutt next door!

Breathing exercise

Slow, controlled, and deliberate breathing is one of the most effective ways to calm your mind and relieve stress. The 4-7-8 method is one of the most effective methods of controlled breathing. Instead of describing the process to you - we've embedded a video from the expert, DoctorJo to walk you through the basics.

Meditation, BUT you're going to commit to doing it right this time!

Controlled breathing and meditation go hand in hand. Actually, meditation is really just a controlled breathing exercise that has "a non-judgmental attention on the present moment" added. By making you concentrate on the present moment rather than the things that are stressing you out, meditation helps you fall asleep.

What's really important to understand about meditation is that you need to have a fundamental understanding of the concept, in order to truly get the most out of it (or the most out of not purposefully trying as if it were an ego driven goal to accomplish). Alan Watts does a superb job of describing this idea, and the state of being that surrounds your spirituality.

If we pretend your mind is like a house, meditation is a way of propping the front and back doors open so that the wind can pass through (your thoughts). There's a really awesome 2 part series covering the basics of meditation from youtuber: Yuttadhammo Bhikkhu. His tutorials are very straight forward and helped me get through some rough times in life.



Avoid light, especially blue light

Reading a book instead of using a phone, tablet, or TV can help you avoid blue light, the modern enemy of sleep, and relax your body until you start to nod off. My favorite advice on reading material for sleep is to pick something boring, like a technical manual, or a book about calculus. Just 10 minutes into applications of differentiation, and you'll be asleep in no time!


CBD products can help you fall and stay asleep while also reducing exercise-induced inflammation, which can cause uncomfortable muscle soreness. CBD has also been shown to improve focus by providing a sense of calm. Continue reading to learn more about how CBD might be able to help you sleep again.


CBD has been shown to improve sleep cycles by addressing the issues that keep you awake at night. Its ability to support a sense of calm, for example, can temporarily relieve your mind of stress so that you can focus on what you really want to do: sleep. As previously stated, CBD can also reduce exercise-induced inflammation, which can cause muscle soreness and prevent you from getting a good night's sleep.

Waking up in the middle of the night stinks, whether it's due to an unhealthy lifestyle or a poor sleeping environment. What makes it worse is when you simply cannot fall asleep again, no matter what you do. Understanding the root causes of your sleep issues is the first step toward resuming a restful night's sleep. After that, you can use one or a combination of the techniques listed above to prepare for and return to the best sleep possible.

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