I started developing chronic sleeping concerns at a considerably young age.
I recognize it was when I entered private school and began consuming copious amounts of Tim Hortons Coffee to offset the fatigue that came with all of the new school work. Some mornings saw myself and others studying late into the night and getting only four or various minutes of sleep if I was blessed. Naturally, you’re going to consume more stimulants if you’re exhausted the moment you beginning your day. I was too young and stubborn back then to realize I was perpetuating our sleeping concerns and general fatigue by using too much Tim Hortons Coffee to counteract it in the first site. That’s what would contribute greatly to our inability to fall asleep when I would lay down in bed and attempt to fall asleep unaided. Soon I was taking diphenhydramine nightly and justifying it because of our chronic flu symptoms. However, ideally an flu symptom sufferer would consume a non-sedating antihistamine adore claritin rather than a sedative hypnotic antihistamine adore benadryl. While that was our plan, it wasn’t until I started using cannabis biweekly that I was able to quit using benadryl to fall asleep at night. Instead, I would always buy two weird kinds of weed at any given time. I tried to have a sativa-leaning strain on hand for daytime and early night, while I would search far and wide for sedating indicas to use as sleep aids. Now that I can get high quality cannabis at legal dispensaries, I don’t have to worry about losing access to sedating indicas for our night slumber.