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Hemp oil for sleep: sleep spray with melatonin

Nocturnal restlessness, problems falling asleep or difficulty sleeping through the night: poor sleep has a negative effect on your mood and your body. However, before using strong sleeping pills or other medications, it's worth looking at the available alternatives first.

Naturally helps for better sleep

Against insomnia, many people today, for example, turn to natural remedies such as hemp oil for sleep. Many users promise themselves a positive effect on their sleep quality. At least, that is what is repeatedly claimed in forums and similar places on the Internet. In the following, we take a closer look at the topic and explain why we rely on additional melatonin in our hemp sleep spray.

Better fall asleep and sleep through with hemp oil?

Hemp has played an important role in human history - especially in the field of medicine, as a look at the cultural history of the hemp plant shows. Over the centuries, through an exchange of cultures, other aspects of the plant came to light that were previously unknown. Within the Ayurvedic culture, for example, cannabis was used as a remedy against stress and anxiety. In this respect, it seems quite obvious when users report that sleeping is easier for them with hemp oil and hemp drops. Nevertheless, you should be aware that hemp oil for sleeping alone is not enough. After all, it is not a miracle cure!

Many adjusting screws and factors: routines, sport & co.

A healthy and restful sleep includes several other factors that you should not ignore. In addition to appropriate sleep hygiene, an orderly sleep rhythm is especially important. If you always go to bed at different times, your body cannot adjust. As a result, you often experience insufficient sleep, which punishes you with fatigue spread throughout the day. That's why many experts recommend that you exercise regularly. This way you can make your body tired in a natural way and it will be easier for you to fall asleep in the evening. In addition, you should avoid rich foods in the evening; ideally, you should not eat anything at all for 2 hours before going to bed.

The sleep hormone melatonin and the use of a hemp spray

Paired with a suitable lifestyle, hemp oil for sleeping can then be quite useful. By the way, at vaay you don't get the hemp oil in drop form, but as a practical spray. Thus, the dosage or application is particularly convenient and is done simply by spray. After all, the use of hemp oil should not stress you and unnecessarily bring you out of calm. We recommend a spray half an hour before bedtime. In addition, our DIVE IN hemp sleep spray also contains melatonin. This is a hormone that plays an important role in regulating our sleep-wake rhythm. It is normally released more when it gets dark, signaling the body that it's time to prepare for sleep. By the way, you can find even more tips for your sleep routine on our blog. We wish you restful nights and sweet dreams!

FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions about Hemp Oil for Sleeping

Where can I buy hemp oil for sleeping? Today you can get hemp oil in many places, for example in pharmacies or drugstores. You can also save yourself extra trips and simply have the DIVE IN hemp sleep spray with melatonin from vaay conveniently delivered to your home. How do I use hemp oil for sleep and how much should I take? At vaay you get the practical hemp oil for sleeping in spray form. This makes it particularly easy and convenient to use. Our recommendation: treat yourself to a spray of DIVE IN Hemp Sleep Spray 30 minutes before bedtime, hold it under your tongue for about 90 seconds before swallowing. Also follow the other instructions on the package. Good night! What is Melatonin? Melatonin is a natural hormone produced in the human body. Colloquially, it is often referred to as the sleep hormone. It is mainly produced in the pineal gland in the brain and has a significant influence on our sleep-wake rhythm.