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Best CBD for Sleep Can CBD Help You Fall Asleep?

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How to Fall Asleep Fast: Amazon Product Review!

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9 Products That Will Let You Sleep Anywhere

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How to Fall Asleep FAST When You CAN’T Sleep! 7 Sleep Gadgets You Should Try!

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Testing 5 STAR RATED Gadgets from AMAZON to FALL ASLEEP FAST…

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TOP AMAZON PRODUCTS TO HELP YOU FALL ASLEEP FAST (National Sleep Week Deals!)

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I Tested SLEEP Products For A Week… *DO THEY WORK?*

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11 Genius Products That Will Help You Get a Better Night’s Sleep in 2019. 1. White noise machine. Amazon.com. A good white noise machine will do wonders to mask sounds that could potentially disturb your sleep.

Our pick? 2. Humidifier. 3. Weighted blanket. 4. Sleep spray. 5. Wake-up light.

Set yourself up for relaxation with lavender-scented night cream (the scent is known to promote sleep). Hyaluronic acid in this top-tested GH Seal star’s formula restores moisture to combat. Here’s a personal goal that’s always worth committing to: getting great sleep. While the amount of sleep that every person needs varies widely, according to the National Institutes of Health, most adults need between 7 and 9 hours of sleep each night. But what really matters is how you feel when you wake up.

Factors like your room temperature, blue-light. In aromatherapy studies, bergamot has been shown to help reduce anxiety and facilitate sleep. This essential oil can be used in your bath before bed, or can be made into a. From nourishing face oils, to deep sleep sprays and a sleep-inducing storecupboard spice, these multi-tasting, multi-powered products are designed to help you get your recommended 7-8 hours, either by creating the perfect environment for rest or tackling your stress levels. Charlotte’s Web now offers a range of CBD products, including their gummies for sleep.

Their raspberry-flavored gummies contain 10 mg per serving and 60 gummies per pack. Their sleep formula also. 76 rows · Drugs.com provides accurate and independent information on more than 24,000. Sleep mask.

Fotolia. “We are designed to sleep in the dark, explains Dr. Rapoport. “If people are sleeping in an area with light, a sleep mask will help solve that problem, in. “Marijuana is an effective sleep aid because it restores a person’s natural sleep cycle, which so often falls out of sync with our schedules in.

This is all thanks to grape seed oil, which locks in moisture, and the 100 per cent natural scents of Provencal lavender, vetiver and chamomile that.

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Some “sleep formula” products combine valerian with other herbs such as hops, lavender, lemon balm, and skullcap.

“Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects” by Sudhansu Chokroverty
from Sleep Disorders Medicine: Basic Science, Technical Considerations and Clinical Aspects
by Sudhansu Chokroverty
Springer New York, 2017

Consider melatonin (0.3 to 3 mg an hour before bed) or sedative herbal remedies (a cup of chamomile tea or lavender aromatherapy) as a first-line approach to improving sleep.

“Integrative Medicine E-Book” by David Rakel
from Integrative Medicine E-Book
by David Rakel
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

They include: melatonin tablets or other natural sleep tabs (available at health food stores, the organic section of your grocery store, or in the natural supplements section in drug stores), chamomile tea, lavender scent, and nature sounds or soft music.

“Asperger's on the Job: Must-have Advice for People with Asperger's Or High Functioning Autism, and Their Employers, Educators, and Advocates” by Rudy Simone, Temple Grandin
from Asperger’s on the Job: Must-have Advice for People with Asperger’s Or High Functioning Autism, and Their Employers, Educators, and Advocates
by Rudy Simone, Temple Grandin
Future Horizons, 2010

Several over-the-counter herbal products can help you sleep.

“The Binge Eating and Compulsive Overeating Workbook: An Integrated Approach to Overcoming Disordered Eating” by Carolyn Coker Ross
from The Binge Eating and Compulsive Overeating Workbook: An Integrated Approach to Overcoming Disordered Eating
by Carolyn Coker Ross
New Harbinger Publications, 2009

Melatonin, a hormone important in regulating sleep-wake cycles, is another popular over-the-counter sleep aid.

“Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives” by Jonathan D. Raskin
from Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives
by Jonathan D. Raskin
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2018

Most proprietary (over-the-counter) sleep remedies contain H1-receptor antihistamines with sedative action (see Ch. 9).

“Clinical Pharmacology” by Morris J. Brown, Pankaj Sharma, Peter N. Bennett
from Clinical Pharmacology
by Morris J. Brown, Pankaj Sharma, Peter N. Bennett
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

The antihistamines diphenhydramine (Benadryl) and doxylamine (Unisom) are widely available over the counter (OTC), and many women prefer to try one of them before accepting a prescription sleep aid.

“Pharmacology for Women's Health” by King, Tekoa L. King, Mary C. Brucker
from Pharmacology for Women’s Health
by King, Tekoa L. King, Mary C. Brucker
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010

Herbals such as chamomile, melatonin, and valerian have been recognized by the FDA for their effects on sleep.

“School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text” by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
from School Nursing: A Comprehensive Text
by Janice Selekman, Robin Adair Shannon, Catherine F Yonkaitis
F. A. Davis Company, 2019

These include doxylamine (Unisom) and several agents that contain diphenhydramine.

“Lewis's Medical-Surgical Nursing E-Book: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, Single Volume” by Mariann M. Harding, Jeffrey Kwong, Dottie Roberts, Debra Hagler, Courtney Reinisch
from Lewis’s Medical-Surgical Nursing E-Book: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, Single Volume
by Mariann M. Harding, Jeffrey Kwong, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

Several other herbal products help in sleep.

“Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book” by Patricia A. Potter, Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia Stockert, Amy Hall
from Fundamentals of Nursing E-Book
by Patricia A. Potter, Anne Griffin Perry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

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  • He didn’t even try the stuff! Like for real, you have a pillow that you are supposed to put your head in, and you don’t even try it on!

  • The baby thing is with ‘white noise’. You can find a lot of videos on YouTube.
    My son had a Mamaroo in the first 9 months of his life. And one of the sounds was white noise.
    I always put on the white noise and the car noise. It’s expensive, but helped so much!!!!! It reminds the baby of the noise they hear when they are still inside the belly.
    I wish there was a Mamaroo for adults. I would be in it all day long

  • My mother in law is a naturopathic doctor, I know tons of stuff about the use of essential oils and blends and ways to help you sleep and relax… reach out to me if you need help!!

  • The baby thing is white noise. My baby boy loves it. Apparently its noises supposed to sound the same as when they are inside the stomach x

  • Make sure you watch to the end if you want to find out which of them worked!!
    Also i know this video won’t be for everyone but I thought it might be helpful for some of you! If not, i’ll have another video up soooooon ☺️

  • Windows has a built-in “night light” mode which changes your screen settings in the same way most phones can so it displays less blue and more orangey hues. Do people who use this still recommend the bluelight-filter glasses to use on top of or instead of that?

  • The most expensive video I’ve ever watched. Spent £150 on a weighted blanket and I’m not even working right now �� hoping it works

  • Instead of unplugging the essential oil diffuser you can always take a cup of water and just pour it in that way. Just saying ����‍♀️ lol

  • Weighted blankets are great, I love mine, I think it’s a fair bit heavier than this one. You can definitely get wayyy cheaper ones though, mine was about £40 and has lasted me ages

  • I have one of those moon lamps but it has more different colours and it’s really nice mine also has a controller so I can turn it on and off from a distance before I sleep I got mine for 15 quid and I would actually recommend it

  • There are apps on your phone that could lower or eliminate the blue light your screen gives off. It does cause the screen to have an orange tint, but I’ve used it for years!

  • I don’t know if someone has already said anything about this. I don’t have the time going through all of the comments, so I apologize if I repeat anyones comment. My tip for you is to try ASMR. Some people get the tingly feeling in their neck and back, but for the most part (me included) get you relaxed. There are tons of videos on Youtube with asmr and you just have to find your favorite sound to get you to relax and hopefully fall asleep. Many people with some form of anxiety use asmr to relax. It might not fit everyone, but if you like white noise maybe asmr could work for you.

  • The temperature at my house at night is 65-68° Fahrenheit. They say it’s healthier to sleep that way. And I am all for it.
    Thanks so much for the video!:side note: if you have cats, don’t use essential oils around them. Something to do with their overly sensitive nose and it can cause liver disease. It’s fine for kids, dogs and most everything else. Just not cats.

  • I have always wanted to try an essential oil diffuser but I’m allergic to the smell of flowers and not sure if it would work for me. I really liked this video, very informative.

  • there’s an app called twilight and it turns the screen on your phone a yellow-redish tone and that way you don’t need to buy the glasses, you can program it to turn on every night at the same hour so you don’t forget to do it.

  • Hey I love your vids soooo much and I get so excited every time u post plz could u post more I know it must be hard editing and and thinking of vid ideas but u could do some more vids with Alex u could even pull pranks on him�� just an idea Ik it’s hard to make vids you u soooo much❤️

  • I gotta know where did you get your pink couch I ordered 1 off wayfair and it was fit for a Barbie so I sent it back I was so disappointed ��

  • Sophie is the BEST!! I had sleep problems too and started using natural sounds to overcome this. Then I decided to make my own videos. I would be glad if you support me.

  • The moon globe looks really cool. On the nights I can’t sleep I use a white noise app called ‘Atmosphere’. It has pages of different sounds you can scroll through, my favorite is Beach Waves.

  • Great review, their are so many different brands, it is hard to know which is the right product. I might try the least expensive and see how it works for me.

  • I always sleep with my headphones in and listen to white noise to help me sleep. I originally downloaded the app to get my daughter to sleep when she was a baby but she hated it, problem was after a couple of nights of trying it with her I couldn’t sleep without it �� So far, two years later, I have yet to strangle myself with my headphones ������ x

  • Just watching this video now. I’m the same way as far as needing the room quite cool, a Dyson fan for white noise and cooling and a heating pad to keep my belly warm. I have suffered with sleep problems forever. Such a struggle. I like a lot of blankets but don’t want them to be too heavy and not too light, somewhere in the middle. I wake up with any noise. My husbands snoring wakes me up every time. I do like a nice lavender pillow spray. I’m not the type of person who can just go to bed and sleep, I need to ease myself into it. Sorry that I don’t have any good solutions. I feel your pain when it comes to sleep.

  • I have a weighted blanket and really cant sleep without anymore <3 oeh and my collor changing moon lamp helps me to calm down as well!

  • I really hope you see this comment Sophie… I have suffered with insomnia ever since I was about 3 years old and it usually takes me about 3 hours to fall asleep (I barely sit on my phone at night too) but the dodow had made me want it �� The clip of you testing it, I instantly felt relaxed and my bodily automatically tuned in with the light and the breathing…. After I finished watching the whole video I went back to the clip of you testing it and then closed my eyes and all I could see what the blue light because I was staring at it and I fell asleep in about 15 minutes! I want one so bad ��

  • 2:16 I said EXACTLY the same thing when I got my moon lamp a couple of years ago, and mine has a red setting so I could be an evil Ood too ����

  • Rachh is the BEST!! I had sleep problems too and started using natural sounds to overcome this. Then I decided to make my own videos. I would be glad if you support me.

  • Been wanting to try those blue light glasses, I’m so glad you gave them a shot and that they’re working for you!! I’ve been struggling sleeping at night too, I’m totally going to try those glassses out now!!

  • I love my sleep masks! Love the smell of them. Also there is an app called calm which is amazing. Lots of sleep stories read by celebrities and meditation sessions.

  • I absolutely love your jacket, where did you get it? I’m recently down 138 pounds!!! Yes you read that correctly lost a lot of weight! Because of this I’m able to shop in average clothing stores now and I don’t really know where to start! Where did you get your sweatshirt? It’s a beautiful color and looks so cozy!

  • I have not given CBD a try yet but my husband has used the CBD with Melatonin. He found it very helpful to help him fall asleep, so he likes it. The American Hemp Oil that Cody talked about sounds like something I would really like for just general relaxation, but it is pretty expensive. Maybe the cbdMD would be a more affordable option for me. Something to make me “mellow yellow” (a shoutout to Donovan). Look him up guys LOL!

  • That is one of the first things I taught my daughter when she was growing up an old enough to understand read the ingredients on your label the active ingredients versus the inactive ingredients to know what you’re paying for.

  • you are not the only one. I drive my poor husband nuts. it was fine the first 15 years. he was an over the road truck driver but….now he isnt. he teases and says he can hand beef in our room.

  • very informative video with tons of info i think if i had to pick one i would choose the CBDmd premium because you said there was no next day grogginess and you could choose the flavor.

  • I am tired of running out my battery at night for meditation or audio books. Tell me I am not too old for an owl night light? From me to ME haha

  • I’m sorry but I’m not really sure what I want but I’m not sure if you want me or not I wanna talk about it it was just gonna was the day that we went and we got a lot going on here so I just got home from the beach so I’m going on the road and I’m leaving my mom to go to get my dad and then we will get her there so we will be home in a few days so we will get it to you tomorrow

  • As a chronic pain sufferer and disabled poor, it’s been difficult finding one I can afford and work, thanks for the review will definitely look into, do you use any of cbd pain balms? If so which could ya recommend? I have found one of them that works very well but yet hard to get because everything so expensive these days

  • Thank you so much! I’d been looking into getting a weighted blanket for a little while now. Everyone I asked that had one loved it and said also helped with their anxiety and sleeping issues. The fact you had also recommended this to me gave me the push to go out and get one myself. I can’t wait for the delivery in a few days!!

  • I love that you reviewed several different CBD oils in different price points. I am going to have to watch it again to see which one would work best for me. I like the idea of cbd oil for joint and muscle pain as well. Sounds like it would be great for my husband who does labor and also has trouble sleeping.

  • My husband loves his weighted blanket but I don’t like them at all. It’s worth trying it for yourself if you’re not sure and have a chance. Some tell you how to adjust to it too.

  • I I know this video is from early 2019, but I just want to put it out there if you have pets or small children PLEASE PLEASE look up what essential oils can cause respiratory issues in children and what oils can kill your pets. I’m not against using EO, as long as you are doing your own research and not blindly trusting the brand that you bought them from.

    Also never directly put oil on children’s skin, they’ve been sent to the hospital with 3rd degree burns from essential oils. Just please be mindful of who you have in your house and what can endanger them or possibly kill them.

  • One thing I want to point out regarding oil diffusers: if you have pets you definitely need to read up on what essential oils are okay to diffuse around your pets! For example, my cats were always scratching themselves in my bedroom where I used a cedarwood/sandalwood/ylang ylang blend oil. Well my vet told me to stop using that blend because it was likely irritating their skin and to be careful of oil diffusers in general because the air particulates are much smaller than that of a candle. Cats in particular can be susceptible to airborne essential oils, which can sometimes affect their liver, depending on the essential oil.

  • Id love a weighted blanket for sleep (it was recommended to me by my doctor) because I sleep walk A LOT and can’t take any of the over the counter sleep aids (not powerful enough) and the actual sleep meds (TO powerful!). She though a weighted blanket would keep me from sleepwalking but I just about feel outa my chair qhen i saw how expensive they were!! Anyone else have a recommendation? I have to sleep with 5 big fuzzy blankets every night

  • Question where did you get your zodiac tee, in the heated sleep mask clip coz I kinda want it…p.s I think your amazing and your videos are really cheering me up during this time ♥️♥️♥️♥️

  • The irony of watching this at 1:00am because you can’t sleep. Even with a sleep spray on the pillow and your 7 year olds starry sky nightlight projected onto the ceiling… ������

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  • My son has trouble sleeping due to ADHD and we found diffusing a blend of: Orange, Tangerine, Ylang Ylang, Chamomile & Patchouli (also known as YL Peace & Calming) works really well. For me it’s Cinnamon leaf (like the candy Red Hots) not cinnamon bark which smells like a cinnamon stick.

  • Insider is the BEST!! I had sleep problems too and started using natural sounds to overcome this. Then I decided to make my own videos. I would be glad if you support me.

  • You are NOT the only one that likes to sleep in a cold room! We have an air conditioner on high and a fan directly on us during nights that are already cool because we like to be bundled up under the blankets during the night. In the winter, heat is on high during the day but practically off at night so it’s nice and cold and we can bundle up and cuddle! It’s the best way to sleep but it SUCKS getting up in the morning! We keep sweatpants and sweatshirts by our bed for getting up in the morning lol

  • *I AM SOOOO THE SAME…I HAVE TO BE COLD AND UNDER BLANKETS. THEN I PUT ON YOUTUBE “box fan” NOISE TO SLEEP. HOWEVER IVE NOT TRIED THE WEIGHTED BLANKET. THATS NEXT. THA KS.FOR THE TIPS. OOOH I ALSO PUT LAVENDER OR ROSE IN MY DIFUSER! ONE MORE THING IS READING A NOVEL…������

  • Thank you for doing this video! I deal with several chronic illnesses including chronic pain and insomnia, so I am all about health and wellness products that could help improve my pain even a tiny bit!! That being said, my income is very limited because of my health so I can’t afford to spend money on every cool thing I see, so I really appreciate your reviews! ��

  • Hi Ive waking up in the middle of the night for the past 6 years… been testing my blood when I wake up it goes slightly higher 6.2 (111) please HELP

  • Thanks, I would like to try the $30 SunSol first before spending more. And you’re right, the flavor doesn’t sound all that great. Hopefully it doesn’t hang around after brushing my teeth!

  • Johnson’s bed time bath. Take a warm shower with that before bed. Use the lotion afterwards. Out in minutes. And Bob Ross. His voice is so soothing…

  • I have been using a weighted blanket for almost 2 years now and it has helped SO much with my sleep and anxiety. My husband doesn’t like it but I just sleep with it on my side. Highly recommend. I got mine on amazon for like $100.

  • My son bought me a spiky pad like that and honestly it is so not working for me either… it’s like a medieval torture device… no matter how I try I don’t find it does much for me… he claims it’s supposed to make me feel less pain and whatever with my fibromyalgia but no… doesn’t work.

  • Does your weighted blanket clump up in some areas or does it stay the same weight through out? I have one but it clumps you a lot!

  • When filling the diffuser… Why wouldn’t you just fill a cup or a pitcher with water to fill it up vs unplugging it and moving it around?

  • Rachel: “Oh my god it’s so late”
    Me: sees the clock says 11:21
    I’m sitting here at 12:08am and I still need to wash my hair ����‍♀️ what is my life

  • I don’t know if you still use the diffuser, but here is info (this goes for dogs as well): https://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/blog/essential-oils-cats/

  • I did a bunch a research and learned a few things about sleep that have been helping me over the last couple years. First only lay in bed when it’s time to sleep. Also I listen to the exact same rain sound EVERY SINGLE NIGHT. Lastly, the blue light filter is a must. I got them on my prescription glasses because I spend most my time in from of a computer and it really does help. And obviously no caffeine at 3!

  • I had a weighted blanket that I got from amazon, and I loved it…until I ended up with a bed bug infestation that I didn’t have until after I got the blanket

  • I use the diffusers in my bedroom and semi truck. I think my favorite blend for sleeping is lavender, peppermint, and burgamont, during the day I love citrus smells, like lime, lemon grass, and grapefruit, and when I’m sick or having trouble breathing (I’m asthmatic) I mix peppermint, eucalyptus, and tea tree oil. I used that combo it in my room while my mom, sister, and I were sick and I started getting better almost a week earlier then them (and I have Lupus, so usually when I’m sick, in sick for months, literally). I know tea tree oil is supposed to be antibacterial and anti viral, so I wonder if that, in combination with oils that open up breathing passages helped. (Mind you, I did go to medical school, and worked in a medical lab and I’m a licensed phlebotomist, before becoming a truck driver, so I’m NOT saying just use essential oils to get better, but I think in combination with modern medicine they can possibly be helpful. Using peppermint and eucalyptus oil is similar to using Vic’s, peppermint oil is what they used to use for people before inhalers, tea tree oil was used before antibiotics, etc. We have greatly improved the medical field since these things were used, but it doesn’t mean they can’t help speed healing along)

  • I have the “night” mode on my computer all the time, it helps to keep from getting a headache from the brightness of the screen if you are at the computer for awhile

  • Regarding the blue light glasses: have you tried the f.lux app? You download it on your computer, input your setting, and it automatically warms up the light of your screen to give it an orangey hue as the sun goes down. It’s been incredibly helpful for me.

    I also like Color Veil, which is similar, except that it’s more as if you put a transparent sheet on top of your screen instead of adjusting values and you can use any color and opacity you want. But as a person who finds low contrast easier, it’s also been helpful to reduce eye strain.

  • A few things to mention. First a baby soother mostly plays the so called white noise which is supposed to be the sound they hear when in their mother’s womb. The idea is that making them feel the same way they did in their mother’s pregnancy belly, makes them feel safe. Same could be with a weighted blanket. Babies usually love to be tightly swaddled because again, they were staying in a tight space before being born and it could be a reason why a weighted blanket comforts adults too. For example I love to stay on my phone under a blanket (with my head too) and to wrap myself tightly. A weighted blanket is supposed to give the impression someone is hugging you.

    Another good mention is an app that I use for relaxing. Unfortunately I use a bugged version on my android and for the original you have to pay a plan to unlock more stuff, but it’s still pretty good and worthy. It’s called Relax Melodies and it has a lot of potential. With this app you are able to combine multiple sounds into a melody (the sounds are pretty short and they loop after a minute or two). You can save it and also have options to regulate the volume intensity of each individual sound to your liking. They have an area dedicated to breathing exercises too, but instead of using light, it uses calming sounds and when the sounds change that means you either breath in or out. It used to have an ASMR area but now for some reason it’s gone. It basically had some more calming sounds without videos that you could combine together.

  • TIP: when buying a product, don’t read the five star reviews and the one star reviews, read the 3 star reviews as they are usually the most honest and show the pros and the cons on a product

  • yup the baby one are white noises! they’re popular also for adults to help them sleep, you can find lots of playlists on Spotify of white noises, pink noises etc.

  • I work in a pharmacy and I tell people..ans SHOW…people this exact thing. Still some will by the higher price one…because…I dont know why..but it KILLS me!

  • Great review video! It’s hard to find reviews on CBD and this video has it and good information (visually & verbally). Thank you for the video and keep up the good work. ��

  • The fastest I ever fall asleep is with a baby on my chest. No I am not a mother but I have much younger siblings. And I know that’s not safe but they were fine

  • I take the CBD PM and it works great. It helps me fall asleep and stay asleep. I will continue taking until it stops working but so far so good. The other choices look good too but i’ll stick with the CBD PM since its working for me and it priced good. Great comparison. Keep em coming��

  • Me: buys LED light bulb for my room so it can be blue to match my walls
    Soph: “Blue light affects your sleep”
    me:
    my light bulb: “aight imma head out now before you kill me”

  • I haven’t slept more then 3 hours at a time in four years and that’s not even a daily thing.

    If you like the idea of the headphone mask, they make a headband with headphones, that you would still be able to watch videos and not worry about being choked or the uncomfortableness of wearing regular earbuds or headphones

  • Any sort of light affects your sleep, however blue light is more efficient than other lights. Blue light is all around us naturally during the day and it makes us more awake and alert. It would be nice to compare the glasses to the night setting you have on your devices to see if there’s a clear difference. Or maybe a free app that does something similar

  • Cannabis actually helped me sleep by shutting my mind up! I can’t sleep bc my mind keeps thinking…but I don’t want to get high�� even though that’s what gets my mind to get silent. I can relax but it’s my mind that keeps me up. Do any of these help with that??

  • Wish cbd was more affordable. Ive been hoping with it being adopted more by people that the price would come down with time but doesn’t seem to be.

  • Acupuncture has no scientific benefits at all, it’s woo-woo quackery. It’s pain you don’t need to put yourself through, it will not help you sleep, nor heal medical ailments, nor anything else. It’s nothing.

  • A few issues. I hate having things around my throat, I can’t sleep sitting up, and I don’t sleep on my back. And you can’t use these on an airplane.

  • I have a weighted blanket due to my lovely ADHD, and I couldn’t live without it. The one I have now weighs like 11 lbs (5 kg), but I used to have one that was around 16 lbs (7.5 kg) the heavier one was big balls on strands, and I loved the weight of it, but it was so stiff that it kept sliding off of me, so I still had to get up every night to lift it back up… And lemme tell you.. lifting a 16 lbs blanket in the middle of the night isn’t the easiest.. my current one are smaller balls, which I guess is what you called “sand”.

    ALSO!! BIG NOTE! Do NOT sleep an entire night with the blanket on if you’re not used to it, you’re gonna wake up in pain..

    Sorry if I totally butchered the English language, I’m Swedish ��

  • Here’s the thing. My friend had a weighted blanket and I tried it out.
    Pro: The weight of it really does help you sleep
    Con: i found the 15 pound one really heavy. I’m 138lbs. And trying to move under it was hard and made me kind of anxious actually

  • After watching your review, I would say would like to try the cbdMD and the American hemp, without the melatonin, which I personally have bad reactions to. Plus they looked like might help in general with muscle and bone pain during the day.

  • After only getting about three hours of sleep last night I think I need the CBD pm plus the $45 price is awesome. Thank you for this great review!

  • CBD pens helped me quit smoking for a while. I wanted to quit for a little while, but could never sleep the first few nights after trying to quit. Tried a CBD pen one night and it worked!

  • Ok the pause pod (small tent) is pretty cool, but the real question is what if someone sit on your legs from the outside?! XDD AND people would know your sleeping position. I dunno about you I feel uncomfortable when someone is staring at me (not exactly but it feels like it) unintentionally while sleeping.

  • Best way to fall asleep is to cuddle with your girl close your eyes and boom it’s tomorrow and the tricky part about this solution is finding said girl

  • Heat to eyes effects the eye sight, do keep the eye mask away from your eyes

    Could use it on the stomach for period cramps I guess

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