The Benefits of Hemp Oil for Sleep


If you are anything like me, you have trouble sleeping more than a couple of nights a week. Not only is a troubled night’s sleep just annoying at night, but it makes you underperform and feel bad the next day. Long term, sleep deprivation can lead to a number of other health issues.

Luckily, there are tons of options today that can help you sleep soundly. Of these options, hemp oil is one of the best all-natural solutions to sleep problems. Here are some benefits of hemp oil for sleep:

1. Helps You Relax and Fall Asleep

Personally, I find it hard to fall asleep because I have anxiety and stress. This means that I get stressed out before sleep, finding it impossible to relax and fall asleep.

I know I am not the only one with this issue, though. According to the American Psychological Association, 43% of adults cannot sleep due to stress.

If you find it hard to fall asleep due to stress, you may want to try hemp oil. It works with your natural endocannabinoid system, helping your hormones and system come back into a balance. It especially helps lower your cortisol levels, the hormone associated with stress.  As everything balances out, you feel less stressed and your muscle tension releases.

As a result, you can relax before you go to bed. That is a great way to help you get in the mood for sleep. The more relaxed you are before sleep, the quicker you can drift away.

2. Helps You Stay Asleep

One thing I hate is when I fall asleep early and then wake up repeatedly throughout the night. With hemp oil, this is less of an issue since it helps you stay asleep.

The reasons that hemp oil helps you relax are also responsible for it helping you stay asleep. People who have trouble staying asleep tend to have high cortisol levels at night. The more cortisol you have at night, the harder it is for you to stay asleep.

Since hemp oil works with your endocannabinoid system, your body starts to produce less cortisol, especially at night. As we just saw, this means that you can fall asleep faster. Better yet, it also means that you stay asleep throughout the night.

With fewer surges in cortisol levels, you can stay asleep, allowing you to actually get your full 8 hours of beauty rest a night.

3. Wake Up Feeling Refreshed

Even if I get a lot of sleep, I still sometimes wake up feeling sleepy and groggy. This is especially true if I use a sleeping aid.

The great part about hemp oil is that you don’t wake up groggy the next morning. Whereas other sleep medications and treatments can make you feel tired the next morning, hemp oil helps you sleep more without feeling groggy.

Since hemp oil works by binding with your endocannabinoid system, it enhances your natural circadian rhythm. This means that you can then wake up the next morning feeling refreshed and awake as you should after getting 8 hours of sleep. So, you don’t have to worry about still feeling tired even if you sleep many hours.


Next time you are having trouble falling asleep, reach for hemp oil instead of less-natural sleeping aids. Not only will it help you relax, fall asleep, and stay asleep, but it will make you wake up feeling refreshed, energized, and ready to take on the day. With the help of hemp oil, your days of restless nights and groggy mornings are over.


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