CBD oil is all the rage these days. It comes from the cannabis plant and you can rub the oil on your skin to help alleviate symptoms of eczema, it can be dropped into your morning coffee to give you a boost to start the day and, most popularly, you can now get hold of …
Unless you have the patience of a saint, it is likely that at one point or another you have felt like tearing your hair out due to a bout of stress. The pace of modern life can be far too hectic for us to deal with at times, but we seem to just bury our …

Alcohol and Dopamine: How Does it Work?

Alcohol and Dopamine: How Does it Work
The brain is a truly remarkable organ. Yet along with helping us to think, function, and feel it can also play games with us in the form of anxiety. Having said that, some lifestyle choices don’t help. Instead, they make it worse. Alcohol wreaks all kinds of havoc on our bodies both inside and out—and …

Are Alcohol and Serotonin Levels Something to Worry About?

Are Alcohol and Serotonin Levels Something to Worry About
Alcohol definitely gives us a lot to worry about, and that is before you even get to the effects it has on your health. It can lead to aggressive behavior, affect our mental health, screw our dopamine levels, bring about suicidal thoughts, to name but a few, and the long-term effects can be devastating. Our …

Alcohol and Heart Rate: How to Calm Down Your Heart Rate

How to Calm Down Your Heart Rate
Alcohol is a depressant as well as a stimulant. Your heart rate and pulse mean the same: the number of heartbeats per minute. moderate alcohol consumption is, of course, fine. However, excessive drinking, including long-term excessive alcohol abuse and binge drinking, can result in a number of negative health effects and can cause catastrophic damage …

Alcohol and Anxiety: Can CBD Help Your Hangover Stress?

CBD Help Your Hangover Stress
A hangover is an unfortunate consequence for a great night out with alcohol and friends. Of course, not everybody suffers from hangovers. There is a limited group who seem to escape the dreaded hangover—the lucky devils. But, for those who do suffer from hangovers, it can seem a whole lot worse once anxiety rears its …