Adrenal fatigue can have numerous effects on our bodies. This section is all about the effects adrenal fatigue have on your sleep, along with some possible solutions.

Sleep Deprivation

As explored in The Adrenal Fatigue Solution, sleep deprivation is among the top causes of adrenal fatigue. Getting sufficient, good quality rest is therefore essential for recovery. Unfortunately, many adrenal fatigue sufferers wake feeling foggy and tired in the morning despite getting a long night’s sleep. This can happen for one of two main reasons.

The early stages of adrenal fatigue are characterized by high stress, which in turn raises adrenaline (epinephrine) and cortisol levels. This interferes with the normal daily rhythms and cycles of hormone production in the body and creates a hyper-alert nervous system that prevents restorative and restful sleep.

The later stages of adrenal fatigue, on the other hand, are associated with lower cortisol levels. Because of the blood sugar balancing effects of cortisol, those with advanced adrenal fatigue tend to have hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels) in the early morning. As the body registers this low blood sugar, it will wake up in order to eat. For this very reason, people with adrenal fatigue tend to snack late at night.


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How is Hemp Oil Different Than CBD Oil?


Both hemp oil and CBD (cannabidiol) oil come from the Cannabis sativa plant, but from different strains. Like different varieties of roses, the various strains of Cannabis sativa possess unique properties and contain different amounts of the cannabinoids tetrahydrocannabidiol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD).


THC is the primary psychoactive constituent of Cannabis (ie: the part that gets you high), whereas CBD is not psychoactive and possesses powerful medicinal properties.


Hemp oil is derived from the seeds of a strain of Cannabis sativa that has extremely low counts of THC and CBD, whereas CBD oil comes from the flowers, leaves, and stalks of a strain low in THC and high in CBD. Because of their negligible THC content, neither hemp oil nor CBD oil cause euphoria or other psychoactive effects.


Much like the oils derived from coconuts, almonds, and olives, hemp oil has various uses and is rich in nutrients, including omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, vitamin E, potassium, magnesium, vitamin B1, and vitamin B2.

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