New Mom and Can’t Sleep? CBD Might Be Your Ticket to Snooze-Town

For anyone, the importance of sleep can’t be understated, and this is particularly true for new moms. Think about it: Your body has gone through childbirth, your mind is constantly racing with concern and love for your new child and well… your entire life has pretty much been up-rooted by the arrival of your bundle of joy. It makes sense that the reliable, good night’s rest of the past has become elusive.

Multiple studies show the importance of a regular, restful sleep as part of a healthy lifestyle. Sleep deficiency can affect you both mentally and physically. And, as a new mom, we don’t want that - so what are our options?

Fortunately, remedies to finding a good night’s rest have evolved over the past decade, and any number of remedies have popped up on the sleep-scene, from teas and creams to diets and herbal sprays. But one front-runner in combating your pesky lack of ZZZs has recently surged in popularity: CBD. 

If you’re reading this article, chances are you’ve already heard about, or have an interest in, CBD. CBD is the non-psychoactive—as in, won’t get you high—compound found in the cannabis plant. Recently, with its potential benefits and promising results, CBD has made its way to the forefront of the wellness movement.

And it’s easy to see why - initial studies have revealed many potential benefits of the compound; from relieving the symptoms of heart disease, to pain management and anti-anxiety properties. It’s no wonder that CBD also has potential benefits for your sleep health. 

A recent study into the sleep-health benefits of CBD showed that in the course of a three month study, 67 percent of participants found a marked improvement in their sleep scores. Pair this with another study that suggested regular CBD use helps promote wakefulness during daylight hours and you have a no-brainer sleep support solution. 

So what are you waiting for? Give mommy complex™ SLEEP softgels a try and let us know how you slept!


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