CBD for Seasonal Blues


Why Does the Time Of The Year Matter?

At the beginning of the winter solstice every year, clocks are turned back one hour. In doing so, the sun appears to set earlier in the day. Daylight savings has its uses but it can wreak havoc on our brains. For example, if you’re predisposed to it, the lack of sunlight can make your depression and mental health much worse. This is called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). It’s a medically recognized disorder that alters your mood with the changing of the seasons. Luckily, a possible solution has ‘come to light…’ CBD for depression!


CBD as a Possible Aid

In recent times, many scientists have explored the use of CBD as a potential method of relieving the symptoms of depression. A 2014 study indicated that CBD positively affects serotonin receptors in the brain. This means that it may act as a form of anti-depressant. Of course, CBD is not a replacement for traditional medication, counseling, or UV light therapy. At present, it is best utilized as a support for those treatments. If you think that you could benefit from a little extra help, it might be wise to consider trying CBD for depression.

The Pros and The Cons

The fact of the matter is that CBD is safer than some prescription drugs, and carries very little inherent risk. According to the World Health Organization, CBD is completely non-addictive. Any potential side effects are mild (such as dry mouth or fatigue) and should cease immediately if you quit consuming cannabis products.

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Unfortunately, it can be difficult to determine the right dose. This can be frustrating for consumers, as not everyone reacts to CBD in the same way or to the same degree. Therefore it is likely necessary to be prepared to experiment with the amount that is right for you to achieve your desired effects over several weeks. Always start with the lowest possible dose available and gradually work your way up to a higher dose. Once you find the dose that works for you, don’t go any higher than that- it likely won’t have any further effect.


Where Can You Buy CBD?

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