How tired are you right now? If you're like many Americans, your answer probably leans more toward the sleep-deprived side.
Fifty to 70 million of us suffer from sleep problems, according to the National Sleep Foundation. And it's not just falling asleep that vexes us. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention found that one-third of the U.S population -- 100 million people -- aren’t staying asleep during the night.
“As a nation, we are not getting enough sleep,” says Dr. Wayne Giles, M.D., the standing director of the CDC’s Division of Population Health. To compound its importance, lack of sleep negatively affects overall health. A recent study found that individuals with insomnia are five times more likely to suffer from anxiety or depression and have double the risk of congestive heart failure.
Rosacea is a common skin condition, and if you have it, you don’t need to be told how difficult it can be to find a skin care product that’s effective, safe, and easy to use. While not curable per se, rosacea may come and go. Keep in mind, however, that just because your rosacea has disappeared doesn’t mean it won’t return. In fact, it almost certainly will. That’s why regular use of rosacea remedies can keep this skin condition at bay.
CBD has been demonstrated to have the ability to significantly reduce the symptoms of rosacea. Thanks in part to its gentleness and potency as an anti-inflammatory. It’s not just about anecdotal evidence, either. Recent studies show that CBD skin care does have major benefits for the skin — especially for people with inflammatory skin conditions like rosacea.