How Much CBD Should I Take for Sleep?

How Much CBD Should I Take for Sleep?

Are you struggling to get a good night's sleep? You're not alone - in fact, one study found that one in three adults don't get enough uninterrupted sleep at night.

With lack of proper sleep being such a prevalent issue, and lack of sleep being linked to other mental and physical health issues, many are on the hunt for effective support to combat their poor sleeping habits.

In This Article

How Does CBD Help Improve Sleeping Patterns?
Taking CBD for Sleep
What Can You Expect When Taking CBD for Sleep?
Better Sleep with NextEvo Naturals

Supplements such as CBD and melatonin have gained attention; but how much CBD should you take for sleep? When should you incorporate melatonin?

We will answer these questions in this article. Plus, we'll cover dosage guidelines and what you can expect when using CBD or a CBD + melatonin combo to enhance your sleep.


How Does CBD Help Improve Sleeping Patterns?

CBD can help improve sleep patterns by interacting with the endocannabinoid system, which plays a role in regulating sleep. CBD has been shown to increase overall sleep time, reduce sleep interruptions, and improve sleep quality.

However, more research is needed to fully understand the effects of CBD on sleep and how it can best be used as a sleep aid.

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Taking CBD for Sleep

When it comes to CBD and sleep, it's important to start low and go slow. Begin with a low dose of 5-10mg and gradually increase by increments of 5mg until you find your optimal dose. 

Most people taking CBD for sleep benefit from using it throughout the day, so you may need to experiment with your dosing schedule. Keep in mind that for maximum effectiveness, CBD supplementation should be part of a daily regimen and not just used occasionally for sleep. 

This is because the CBD takes time to build up in your system, which helps regulate your endocannabinoid system (ECS) over time.

How Much CBD Should You Take for Sleep?

Determining how much CBD is right for you depends on factors such as your body weight and the concentration of the CBD product you're using. We also recommend consulting with your healthcare provider before starting a CBD regimen.

Many NextEvo Naturals' customers have found that a maximum daily dosage of 120mg, taken in increments throughout the day, to be effective for improving sleep patterns. It's important to note that different people may require different dosages based on their individual endocannabinoid system.

Additionally, combining one of your CBD doses with 4mg of melatonin 30-60 minutes before bed, as needed, may also help to promote sleep.

What Can You Expect When Taking CBD for Sleep?

When it comes to taking CBD for sleep, it's important to choose the right product as all CBD products are not created equal.

Oil tinctures are not recommended, as oil-based CBD does not absorb well into the body. Instead, it's best to choose a water-soluble CBD product, like those provided by NextEvo Naturals, to ensure maximum bioavailability.

CBD gummies and capsules may take longer to take effect, as they must be digested. If you're taking a nighttime dose to help you get to sleep more easily, we recommend a supplement that incorporates melatonin, such as NextEvo Naturals' Triple Action Sleep Gummies or Capsules.

Better Sleep with NextEvo Naturals

At NextEvo Naturals, we're committed to sourcing high-quality ingredients and ensuring rigorous testing of our products. We use US grown hemp and our CBD supplements are tested four times for potency and quality before leaving the facility and are water-soluble for maximum effectiveness. 

Our team of healthcare scientists and quality/safety experts brings decades of experience to their work to ensure the latest and greatest products for you. To that end, we developed our SmartSorb™ Technology which ensures our CBD is water-soluble, providing 4X better absorption compared to other CBD products on the market.

With NextEvo Naturals, you can feel confident in the safety and efficacy of your CBD supplements.


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