A new study, published in the journal Sleep, suggests the root of insomnia can begin by smoking copious amounts of marijuana as a teenager.
After pounding some Nyquil, you settle in, expecting to feel recovered and energized when the sun rises. But it hardly works that way, right?
According to the Sleep Foundation, 45% of Americans say that poor or inefficient sleep has affected their daily activities.
If you’re not currently receiving any treatment for insomnia, or if your current treatment isn’t enhancing the duration and quality of your sleep, you may want to give cannabis a try.
Sleep disorders like chronic insomnia are incredibly prevalent in the United States, affecting as many as 70 million Americans, according to estimates from the Center for Disease Control.
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When Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker shut down all “non-essential” businesses on March 23, he included adult-use cannabis stores among the group.