It is said that CBD is a great supplement to help people with chronic illnesses such as cancer, AIDS, MS, HIV and many other. People who take CBD for cancer or AIDS often find that they get better quicker than those people who do not take CBD supplements. Some researchers are testing CBD as an HIV cure but it may never make it to the market.
Some people have become addicted to CBD and may have developed addictions to it such as using it for weight loss purposes. Others may be more into CBD for recreational purposes, so understanding how this all works is important before starting to take CBD supplements.
When you first take CBD, you may experience some mild dizziness, restlessness and even some cold-like symptoms in the beginning. This is normal and is caused by your body trying to rid itself of the THC or CBD present in the marijuana. If CBD doesn’t come through the system, these symptoms will subside as the body adapts to the new source. If these symptoms persist, talk to your doctor and possibly take some other medications that will make your symptoms subside.
However, some CBD users have experienced very strong CBD withdrawal symptoms that may include nausea, sweating, vomiting, diarrhea and even insomnia. It is important to remember that all of these symptoms are temporary and can go away on their own. They often occur as the body adjusts to lower levels of CBD. This is why it is especially important to take CBD supplements as directed, which is usually two pills four times per day.
If you do experience severe CBD withdrawal symptoms, you should seek help from a professional medical doctor. There are different methods used to treat CBD addiction. Your doctor will either prescribe medications that suppress the appetite suppress the need to eat, or he or she could start you on an antidepressant that would replace the dopamine in your brain with an inhibitor. The latter method is much preferred because you don’t have to take the addictive CBD drug which makes it easier to stop, and the side effects are much milder.
When treating CBD withdrawal symptoms, your doctor may put you on an extended release CBD spray. This spray contains a very low concentration of CBD and is not habit forming like CBD pills. It is most effective when taken one hour before bedtime or, if you are having difficulty sleeping, at bedtime. You may find that these sprays are helpful in lessening some of the sleep problems that accompany CBD use, such as insomnia and memory problems.