3 Fitness Benefits Of CBD Oil

December 04, 2020

3 Fitness Benefits Of CBD Oil

These days, CBD oil products are on the rise, and its health benefits are all over the internet. Cannabidiol, also named CBD, a chemical compound extracted from the cannabis plant, Cannabis sativa. It has become an appealing option for people looking for a natural approach to health and fitness.

CBD oil has excellent medicinal benefits and can help with chronic pain, stress, anxiety, sleep disorders, digestive problems, and many more. Therefore, it is gaining momentum in the world of health and wellness. 

Let’s learn more about the fitness benefits of CBD oil.

1.CBD Oil Can Promote Better Sleep

Sleep plays a vital role in your health and fitness journey. After putting your body through strains during tough workouts, it needs to rest, restore, and repair for the next day. Lack of sleep can have a detrimental impact on your physical and mental health. 

Since CBD is a popular remedy for impaired sleep, it can help you improve your athletic performance by promoting healthy sleep. CBD can directly affect sleep by interacting with related receptors in the brain. If CBD oil seems weird in taste, you can substitute it with CBD gummies for pain, which are fruity and tasty to support a sense of calmness.

2. CBD May Reduce Pain and Inflammation

Fitness enthusiasts often experience pain and inflammation post-workout, and exercise. Pain arising from any high-intensity work out may get unbearable after a period. Reduction in inflammation can help minimize the pain after such workouts or even injuries. 

CBD oil has been used for a very long time to relieve pain. Research shows that CBD can alleviate pain by impacting endocannabinoid receptor activity, reducing inflammation. So, don’t forget to include CBD oil in your fitness regime.

3.CBD Oil Can Aid in Muscle Recovery

Rigorous workouts can lead to muscle tears and trigger inflammation. When it comes to such injuries or muscle tension, the pain can worsen if left untreated. Most fitness enthusiasts pop muscle relaxants to get relief. 

On the contrary, CBD has similar effects to these relaxants without any side-effects. Considering the anti-inflammatory properties of CBD, one can reduce inflammation and muscle damage. It may also help promote sleep that helps the body to repair those sore muscles. This will help to boost your energy levels as well as increase immunity. 

 

Conclusion

Looking after health and fitness is essential. Although this must be achieved by having a balanced diet and exercise regime, we can take CBD oil as a supplement for that additional support. You can use CBD oil sublingually after a workout and on recovery days or simply add it to your protein or nutritional shakes. Generally, CBD is considered to be safe. But make sure to be light on the dosage.

 

 

References:

  1. Nirushi Kuhathasan, Alexander Dufort, et al. The use of cannabinoids for sleep: A critical review on clinical trials, 2019 Aug;27(4):383-401. doi: 10.1037/pha0000285. 
  2. Theresa Mallick-Searle, MS, RN-BC, ANP-BC and Barbara St. Marie, PhD, AGPCNP, FAANP. Cannabinoids in Pain Treatment: An Overview, 2019 Apr; 20(2): 107–112. doi: 10.1016/j.pmn.2018.12.006
  3. Prakash Nagarkatti, Rupal Pandey, et al. Cannabinoids as novel anti-inflammatory drugs, 2009 Oct; 1(7): 1333–1349. doi: 10.4155/fmc.09.93




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