420 with CNW – 5 Tips to Consider Before Using Marijuana as Sleep Aid

Wanna get high and sleep? Here are a few things you need to be aware of when using cannabis to help you rest.

If you’re a cannabis consumer, then you know that it can be really good for sleep, points to its relaxing properties. While there may not be scientific evidence to support this claim, informal enquiries from individuals who suffer from various degrees of insomnia show that cannabis can be effective in inducing sleep by helping its users feel relaxed.

When using cannabis to help you sleep, you should take into consideration;

  1. Your method of consumption

The form in which you consume your cannabis will affect the rate of its reaction in your body. If you consume an edible, it may take you a few hours before you start feeling its effects. On the other hand, if you smoke or vape, it hits in seconds or minutes, depending on the potency and allows you more control.

  1. The dosage you will be consuming

If you plan on consuming marijuana before bed, your level of experience with cannabis matters. Smoking too little may leave you feeling nothing while smoking too much may lead to weed-induced paranoia. First timers using cannabis to help them sleep should try and create a relaxing environment and avoid overstimulation from alcohol or screen time.

  1. The type of marijuana

Whether the product you are consuming is CBD or THC-based does not matter, as it all comes down to indica or sativa. Knowing that different types of marijuana cause different effects is important. The indica strain tends to affect the body in heavy and relaxing ways, which produces sleepy effects. However, this does not mean that a hybrid or sativa strain won’t make you sleepy. Trying different variations and finding what works for you is the objective.

  1. Cannabis hangovers

If you are not used to consuming cannabis at night, you may wake up feeling a bit groggy and puzzled. Despite them not being as common as alcohol hangovers, marijuana hangovers exist. They mostly occur if you consume marijuana that is of low quality.

To manage a marijuana hangover, eat healthy foods, drink a lot of water and monitor your marijuana intake throughout the day.

  1. There might be changes in your dreams and sleep

Marijuana may affect a person’s sleep by limiting REM sleep, which results in the lack of dreams. Scientists have discovered that REM sleep is important for resting and learning. So, if you feel like your sleep isn’t good for you or you aren’t resting, you should monitor your cannabis usage as well as your sleep habits.

As entities like Pure Extract Technologies Inc. always say, it is always advisable to have a chat with your doctor before consuming marijuana, especially if you are on any kind of medication.

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