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MJ for SLEEP 3 months 3 weeks ago #1

I was a call center agent for 2 years and a half. I worked in a graveyard shift so that's why i am awake at night and sleep the whole day. And suddenly i quit my job because of my personal problem. And now i am having a hard time to sleep at night because i get used to being awake at night. So this is my problem now i want to sleep in a normal way but it didn't happen, so i told my friend about this then he told me to try this marijuana thing as a medicine i did not believe him at first but i try it and it works for me and now I am sleeping at night at peace. Here is an article that i read about it www.worldwide-marijuana-seeds.com/blogs/...na-the-best-solution you should read it.
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MJ for SLEEP 3 months 3 weeks ago #2

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Thanks for sharing! I've personally found that cannabidiol (CBD) oil (available over-the-counter in the UK) even in the lowest dose available has a hugely beneficial affect on my sleep. It helps me relax, get off to sleep and my sleep quality is much better. The only thing that has ever helped me feel refreshed when I wake up - rather than worse than when I went to bed! CBD oil is widely available here in health stores, pharmacies and the like and contains no THC - hence why it is a legal "nutritional supplement". I'd recommend it to anyone for sleep, anxiety, depression, and generalized pain based on my own experience.
If you are going through hell, keep going - Winston Churchill
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MJ for SLEEP 3 months 1 week ago #3

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If you go to a sleep therapist, the first thing they will tell you to do is strengthen your sleep hygiene. The most important factors in sleep hygiene are:1. Try to wake up at the same time every day. This is called sleep restriction. It can be incredibly hard for the first week or two but is essential for setting your sleep schedule.2. Get lots of sunshine in the early morning and throughout the afternoon. If this is not convenient (or possible, do to clouds) buy a Dawn Simulator Lamp or a SAD light. Both have been proven to work as well as sunlight in resetting the circadian sleep rhythm for the day.3. Stay AWAY from bright light, computer screens, cell phone screens at night, especially in the two hours before bedtime. Blue light blocks production of melatonin (sleep hormone). Download f.lux (free) and use it after sunset. Get a native amber LED reading light or book light. Native amber LEDs emit none of the blue light that blocks melatonin production. Read a fantasy book or something else enjoyable by amber light before bed. I review a few of the above brands on my blog here: Amber Sleep Lamp Reviews - Light Therapy Reviews4. Invest in a nice, soft comfy pillow and mattress (here are some useful reviews sleepmentor.net/ – find the best one)5. Once he is feeling better, make sure he gets some exercise during the day.
There are more aspects to sleep hygiene, but these are BY FAR the most important.Good luck!
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