Hemp oil refers to either full spectrum oil derived from the cannabis sativa plant or hemp seed oil that is derived from hemp seeds. The oil is a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and neuroprotectant that can be consumed safely by many people.
Here are some ways in which hemp oil can increase your productivity.
Pain puts a strain on your mind and body, and this can affect all areas of your life, including how you perform your daily tasks. Hemp oil is excellent for pain relief and can act as a replacement for NSAIDs like Ibuprofen. It reduces pain by interacting with vanilloid and serotonin receptors in the brain, which are responsible for pain perception. It also increases the body’s cannabinoid receptors, which help in reducing inflammation. In addition to soothing temporary inflammation, one of the components of hemp oil known as cannabigerol (CBG), inhibits the release of GABA, the neurotransmitter that alleviates muscle tension. Rubbing full spectrum hemp oil on tight muscles can relax them and release the tension, to help you perform your day to day activities without a strain.
Hemp oil has been proven to control conditions that may affect your mood, such as social anxiety. The oil interacts with your body by increasing the amount of a neurotransmitter called anandamide in the brain, which is known to cause bliss. The effect of hemp on mood can boost your concentration levels and help you stay motivated.
Anxiety is characterized by lack of sleep and constant worry-filled thoughts. This condition affects memory and decision making and takes up a lot of energy and time. Studies suggest that hemp oil can trigger the regeneration of neurons in the hippocampus (hippocampal neurogenesis), with repeated use. The hippocampus refers to the brain region that is responsible for memory and cognition. In people suffering from anxiety and depression, this area tends to be smaller, which could be the cause of irrational thinking patterns and distractions associated with these conditions. Not only can the oil boost your efficiency and lower your anxiety, but it can also minimize the symptoms associated with other psychological conditions that affect your productivity.
Helps you sleep better
Sleeplessness is a common problem that affects about 50% of people and is known to impact productivity negatively. Studies show that in addition to nutritional and lifestyle changes, Ananda Hemp oil can help you sleep better. Taking the oil before going to bed can relax your body and calm your mind for a restful sleep. People who take the oil for insomnia fall asleep faster and wake up more energized. A good night’s sleep increases your productivity by preventing burnouts, boosting memory, reducing distractions, and helping you make better decisions.
Improves brain health
The major functions of the brain depend on adequate cannabinoid production. The cannabinoids interact within the endocannabinoid (EC) system to regulate how the brain works. Because the amount of cannabinoids produced by the brain is so small, cannabinoid-rich supplements like hemp oil can only be beneficial. Hemp seed oil is also rich in fatty acids and omega-3, which help protect the functioning of the brain. The impacts of a healthy brain on productivity include having a sharp memory, coping with stress better and general peace of mind.
Hemp oil is worth considering for your health and well-being because of its range of benefits. You can use it to target a particular condition like anxiety or to improve your general body function. It is essential to ensure that the hemp oil you use is from a reputable manufacturer. Remember to start in small spaced doses and check with your health care provider, especially if you are under medication.
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