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CBD To Get you Through The Work Day

by Summer Kucky on September 17, 2020

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Being an adult can be stressful, no matter if you are working a typical 9-5 or your dream job, you have most likely experienced the “afternoon slump” at one time or another. If you have never heard of this term before,  the “afternoon slump” refers to a tired, sluggish feeling that you encounter in the afternoon between 1 pm and 3 pm. This feeling can occur when you are at work, at school, or just in general. So now that you know what this feeling means, let's talk about how you can use CBD to power through it. 

 

What is Your Employer’s Policy on Substances?

Before you consider taking CBD at work, you should keep in mind what the company policies are regarding substances. Some companies will maintain a zero-tolerance policy when it comes to substances of any kind, no if’s, and’s or but’s. 

With other companies, CBD may be allowed as long as you pass a drug test. This means that when you are purchasing your CBD Products, you should take extra precaution to ensure that the products you are ordering are THC-free, meaning these products should contain non-detectable amounts of THC. 

How does CBD Affect you?

Every person is unique. It is not a surprise that our body systems may process differently than others. If you have never used CBD before, it is important to do your research first. You don’t want to experience any unnecessary or unexpected side effects while on the clock. Thus, start with small amounts, then work your way up to larger dosages if needed.  

The Benefits of CBD In The Workplace

CBD may possess benefits for you, especially when it comes to beating the “afternoon slump”.  Scientific evidence has provided insight into how CBD can increase your mental focus and concentration. CBD reacts with different cannabinoid receptors in your brain to help influence the terminal stria system. CBD may also help renew depleted dopamine levels, which promotes alertness and mental clarity, making you more tuned into the task or tasks presented to you. 

Stressed out about a fast-approaching deadline? CBD has also shown to have anxiolytic properties, which could help calm the overwhelmed feeling you might experience when stressed at work. If you are interested in learning more about how CBD can help reduce anxiety, you can check out our latest blog here.  

Choosing The Right Products For You

Always keep the end goal in mind when trying a new CBD product. What are you looking to get out of your CBD experience? What is the easiest and more convenient way for you to incorporate CBD into your daily routine? 

If you are struggling with physical ailments, caused by your work, such as achy joints and stiff muscles, you should look into a topical form of CBD. CBD topicals come in a variety of forms such as lotions, salves, and balms. 

Now, if you are experiencing the “afternoon slump” or you’re looking for something to help balance the stress of the day, then CBD topicals won’t be much help. In this case, you’ll want to look into some of the other options available such as CBD gummies, CBD oils, CBD vape oils, etc. 

All in All

Odds are, you have experienced the dreadful “afternoon slump”,  where you can’t seem to focus on any of your tasks, or it’s hard to keep your eyes open. For the days where you need a little extra boost, CBD will be there to give you the upper hand. Whether you need to reduce some work-related stress or you need help powering through the last few hours of the day, Experience CBD has the right CBD product for you. 

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