For many of us drifting of to to sleep comes with ease and anticipation, we barely think about it and as soon as our heads hit the pillow we’re off to the land of nod. However for others the idea of a good night’s sleep is just a dream.
In the US reports claim that 27 percent of people have trouble getting off to sleep at night and a further 57 percent claim to experience chronic or acute pain regularly. A good night sleep is an essential part of living a healthy and happy lifestyle, and if you don’t sleep well at night you may find it hard to function well in your days and cause your productivity, anxiety and stress levels to suffer, which can lead to other health problems. So when sleep becomes an issue, how can you seek to manage it effectively?
Chronic pain for some, can be the main cause of the restless slumber. With many suffers remarking that getting off to sleep and maintaining undisturbed sleep is near impossible because of the pain they feel, which leads them to feel anxiety at the thought of it.
Often strong opioid painkillers are the suggested solutions for chronic pain sufferers, as well as sometimes dangerous sleep medications. Unfortunately even though pain and sleep symptoms may be eased by these medicines, the array of side effects that come with taking these medications can unbearable, including confusion, dizziness, shaking, daytime drowsiness, nausea, vomiting and constipation.
For those of you that may have ever wondered if there was something else out there that could help with pain symptoms, CBD could potentially help you make that change. There are scores of customers that deal with pain symptoms everyday that have reported that CBD is a viable alternative pain management method to them get off to sleep.
So, if you are thinking of trying CBD for sleep and pain, but you’re not sure where to start, we’ve decided to let our customers answers your questions for you, and break down a few of the most frequent FAQ’s surrounding CBD for pain and sleep, so you can decide if CBD is also right for you!
Does CBD Help you Sleep?
This is probably one of the most frequently asked questions regarding CBD and sleep. However, the answer to most of the questions regarding CBD, is that CBD effects people in different ways. Not everyone will have the same result. But CBD is known to have a calming and relaxing effect and is known to help with feelings of anxiety, which can be associated with sleep disruption.
Sleep-related disorders CBD can potentially help with:
Here are a few of our Trustpilot reviews from our customers who tell of their experiences with Endoca CBD for pain and sleep.
I am sleeping all night and not waking up. How important do you think that is for me? I am absolutely thrilled. Your customer service is very good and delivery time was as stated exactly what you promised.”
Just 3 drops of the 1500mg oil and I sleep through the night. I haven’t done that in ages! I just referred my sister :)”
Thank you for the drops! It has helped with insomnia and anxiety! I have already recommended to friends! :)”
My husband has insomnia and this product has helped him sleep a lot better. Thank you”
Does CBD Work for Pain and Sleep?
If you are finding it a challenge to get off to sleep, it could also mean you are a chronic pain sufferer too, CBD does have the potential to fight pain as it has an analgesic effect when it interacts with your endocannabinoid system. But, everyone’s pain symptoms may be vary in strength and intensity, so the effects felt may also too.
The potential effects of CBD for pain and sleep
Here are some of our Trustpilot customer reviews that tell of how CBD has helped them with their sleep and pain symptoms:
With Raw Hemp Oil 15% our daughter can sleep well without using drugs.”
Fantastic product, beyond to what I have expected. Great for pain and sleep.”
Amazing results within minutes! Anxiety -down! Pain level down, and best night sleep ever. Can combine it with my other meds with no problem.”
Helps me with PTSD and am sleeping much better.”
What Types Symptoms can CBD for Pain and Sleep Help with?
If you are considering taking CBD for fain symptoms in order to be able to get a better nights sleep, you may also wonder if CBD can help with your specific pain symptoms. Research has shown that CBD has the potential to help with conditions related to chronic pain, such as;
Here are a few more of our Trustpilot reviews from our customers on how they have used CBD for pain and sleep to treat their symptoms;
I bought 1500 mg CBD Hemp Oil because I had a case of Bell’s Palsy that causes me severe neck and jaw pain. I have gone through several kinds of treatment and physical therapy but still left with the pain. This product relieves that pain and relaxes me and allows me to sleep through the night again. I am so glad to found this product and recommend it to anyone in chronic pain.”
Has been very very helpful in coping with chronic pain from Osteoarthritis and Fibromyalgia. So successful that I have been able to stop taking opiates entirely (Co-codamol and Tramadol)”
Helping with my arthritis in my hands and sleeping better.”
Endoca Raw 1500mg is the most effective CBD oil I have tried. It removes my knee and back pain and helps me sleep like a baby!”
The product is excellent. I slept the deep restful sleep of a baby. It totally calmed my frayed nerve endings I experience with my fibromyalgia.”
Fantastic product. Best CBD I have ever tried for my nerve pain, spinal pain, and sleep. Highly recommend this brand. Item shipping extremely quickly and it is by far the best CBD product (especially capsules) on the market. (At least in my opinion since I’ve tried CBD vaping, edibles, capsules, creams, etc. and this capsule wins by a landslide in terms of efficacy)”
Amazing product of the upmost quality. Helps with joint pain and sleep!”
I was very happy with the product I purchased. It helps me with the pain in my shoulders and did help me sleep.”
What is the Right CBD Dosage for Sleep?
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to taking CBD for pain and sleep. Everyone reacts to it differently, and depending on your symptoms, the strength you will need will also vary. We recommend that you try the up-titration method, and start low and go slow. You may also notice from our Trustpilot reviews that the methods of taking CBD for pain and sleep may also vary too.
Some prefer the oil drops that work quickly, when taken sublingually, but can have a strong taste. And others prefer the capsules that have no taste but may take longer for the effects to be felt. For customers who experience more severe pain symptoms, higher strength extracts are often preferred.
If you are interested in what else CBD is good for. Try our 2 part article ‘What is CBD good for?’ to find out more! and if you would like to know more about how to find the right CBD dosage for sleep, you can follow our CBD dosage guide on the website.
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