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CBD for Anxiety

Most people suffer from anxiety, at least once in their lives. It might be an occasional bout with anxiety or a long-term issue. Anxiety can include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, agoraphobia, social anxiety disorder and a specific phobia (such as a fear of spiders). Anxiety may be linked with depression as well as symptoms such as dry mouth, restless sleep, fearful feelings and more. One potential way to alleviate anxiety is CBD.

Why Take CBD for an Anxiety Disorder?

CBD for AnxietyCBD is an alternative way to provide relief from anxiety, instead of using therapy or prescription drugs. Therapy can be expensive while drugs can be habit-forming or have other negative side effects.

Research suggests that CBD has anxiolytic or anti-anxiety effects. Plus, it is a low-risk alternative treatment that does not have the psychoactive effects of THC.

Research on CBD & Anxiety

In one study, researchers found CBD reduced anxiety in people with social anxiety disorder who had to give a speech. A Google search of CBD’s role in anxiety shows numerous studies that support it as being helpful. In one of these neurological studies, researchers measured the alterations in blood flow in the brain when CBD is taken. They discovered that CBD affects the parts of the brain that control anxious feelings.

Just looking at these two studies suggests there is strong evidence in support of using CBD as an alternative method for anxiety. But, how much should you take and is it right for you?

Is CBD the Best Choice for Reducing Anxiety?

If you seek an alternative approach to reducing your anxiety, then CBD may be right for you. There are many ways to consume it, including capsules, vape, seeds and gum.

As for how much CBD to take, what a single dose looks like depends on the individual. Adjust the amount based on the situation and how you feel when you take it; we suggest starting with less than you think you need as you can always up the dosage later. CBD has not been linked with any fatal overdoses, so it is low risk. Your goal is to find the best level for you.

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