Anxiety is perhaps the most modern of mental disorders. Rather than a strictly genetic cause, it seems to instead affect people based on their awareness of the world around them. Whether it’s the stresses of the workplace, conflict with your family, or the BRAND NEW FRIGGIN PLAGUE, anxiety makes staying informed into an unhealthy habit, and an anxiety attack can result from seemingly any news article.
However, if you’re looking for a way to relax, then you might be interested in CBD tinctures. They’re not gonna cure you of coronavirus, or prevent the next World War, but they might help you get through it.
So this is supposed to be the part where I tell you that CBD tinctures are going to have a bunch of horrible side effects, right? Surely CBD must turn you into a half-crazed zombie, suffering from horrid heart attacks amidst suicidal thoughts and severe constipation?
Unfortunately, no. The worst side effect you can expect from a CBD tincture is a mild case of diarrhea. Some say they feel fatigued after taking one as well, although exhaustion can easily be attributed to the state of the planet.
As for the beneficial effects, there are plenty that can be perfect for helping with anxiety attacks. Chief among these for anxious people is it’s calming effect.
A single CBD tincture dose can lead you to a feeling of such deep relaxation, you’ll be able to watch Fox News without having a complete heart attack. You might be able to go through daylight savings with minimal suicidal thoughts. Heck, you might even find that a CBD tincture gives you the inner strength and willpower to look at coronavirus infection rates.
If you don’t, that’s fine too. The pleasant thing about CBD tinctures is that they can just straight up put you to sleep. Not in a “I’ve been clubbed over the head” way. More like a “this blanket feels really soft” way. On the chance you want to get clubbed over the head, there’s not much CBD can do for you there, except..
Oh, yeah. CBD tinctures reduce pain. Though it won’t put you into the stranglehold embrace that heroin can force you into, it can ease some of the pain that your clubbed head might be making.
Be Cautious with CBD though
As with any novel introduction into your system, try to check with a doctor before trying CBD tinctures. It may interact negatively with medications you’ve been prescribed, and it’s better to avoid crossfading when you can.
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