Claims about the benefits of CBD are constantly exaggerated.

Statements like, “CBD is a miracle drug!” and “CBD will cure your anxiety!” are all too common.

Let me ask you, what does it mean to ‘cure’ anxiety? I can tell you from my experience that anxiety isn’t something than will ever just go away.

Instead, anxiety is something that can be regulated, managed, and continually improved on through various practices.

So how does CBD help with anxiety?

Imagine if you’re anxiety could be measured on a scale of 1-10, 1 being free of anxiety and 10 being a severe panic attack. You may hover around a 4 all day, with some triggering event bringing you up to an 8 or 9. For you, this may be social interactions, thinking about your performance at work, or looking at your bank statement.

In order to reduce your anxiety levels over the long-term, you need to address its root cause—often a bunch of these different mental triggers.

This, is where CBD shines.

CBD works to regulate your anxiety levels so that instead of hovering around a 4, you’re down to a 2 throughout the day. And those triggering events? Instead of bringing your anxiety to an 8 or 9, are only getting you up to a 5.

This makes addressing the causes of your anxiety head-on a much more manageable experience.

Now you can stay after your yoga class and speak with the other students. Now you can open up your banking app to check this months spending. Now you can ask your boss about your work performance and get the valuable feedback you need to excel.

Over time, you become more comfortable in these moments and with that comfort comes a natural, long-term reduction in your anxiety levels.

Don’t think about CBD as a band-aid, but instead as your helping hand to a happier and healthier life.

Want to give it a try yourself?

I’ll say it again: CBD is no miracle drug. But, it has already helped millions of people begin to take control of their stress and anxiety.

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