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Everyone can feel stressed out or anxious at some point in their life. Moving house, losing a loved one, going through financial difficulties, or having a serious illness are all things that can cause stress and anxiety. Everyone experiences symptoms of stress and anxiety differently but there are some common physical and mental symptoms.
People who suffer from stress and anxiety over an extended period of time may start experiencing other negative health-related issues. They are for instance more likely to develop cardiovascular and heart diseases due to high blood pressure, suffer from diabetes, and may even develop clinical depression or panic-related disorders.
Most of the research dealing with cannabidiol (CBD) (one of the many cannabinoids found in the marijuana plant and a key component in medical marijuana) for stress and anxiety is currently based on pre-clinical and animal studies. However, an increasing body of evidence is showing that CBD helps to significantly reduce stress and anxiety levels, hence displaying anxiolytic (anti-anxiety) and anti-stress effects. It could represent an effective treatment for these medical conditions as well as other mental health disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder or depression. Please note that none of the research has yet been supported by clinical trials, whether in the United States or any other country. None of the treatments based on cannabis plants have received FDA approval.
Several studies have shown that CBD encourages neural regeneration, particularly in the brain area called the hippocampus which is responsible for mood regulation.
Introducing CBD into the body helps to restore homeostasis in the endocannabinoid system (ECS) by preventing overstimulation of your CB1 receptors and boosting your body’s production of endocannabinoids.