Yes, it really works for Anxiety. I can personally attest to this as well at thousands of our clients.
Feelings of stress and mild anxiety are your body’s cry for help, that something is out of balance and you need to respond to it.
CBD should be your first line of defense for anxiety & stress. CBD interacts with our Endocannabinoid System ECS, an internal balance system that plays a crucial role in regulating stress and mood. To regain inner calm, we must restore the health and function of our endocannabinoid system (ECS). The ECS is a regulatory system vital for internal homeostasis, or balance. When you feel mildly anxious or stressed, your ECS helps to bring your emotions back to neutral. Try 15mg of CBD and see how you feel in about 20 minutes. Most experience a calming, focused benefit. Our best selling product for anxiety is the 500mg Pure CBD Isolate taken under the tongue.
Discover and remove yourself from toxic anxiety/stress, anger triggers. Then add in some wellness practices; things that you find enjoyable. The following are a few suggestions to consider:
Get out in nature. In a 2018 study published in the Levels of Nature and Stress Response, visiting natural environments produced the most significant improvements in markers of psychological and physical stress.
Eat a Nutritious Diet. Discover what personal diet choices trigger your stress response by taking notice of how certain foods impact you. Scientists have discovered that what we eat influences depression and feelings of distress. In particular, whole plant-based foods, like fruits, veggies, and whole grains, appear to boost our moods and feelings of emotional well-being.
Daily 5 minute "eyes closed" breaks with focus on breath for calming.
Consider adding gentle physical movement which stimulates neurotransmitters that quell anxiety and support a happy mood. The Eastern mind-body practices of yoga, tai chi, and qigong each incorporate exercise, allowing you to reap these benefits. Research has found these practices to calm the central nervous system (CNS) improving mood, relieving anxiety and boosting the immune system.
And finally put down the cell phone, tablet, computer. It emits artificial blue light, which our eyes' natural filters can not provide sufficient protection from. The systems that are indirectly connected to light and linked to mood disorders include disruption of sleep, brain plasticity, neurotransmission, hormone secretion, and gene expression.