Wake up to your CBD alarm and make CBD work for you

Here at BeYou, we strive to give you the ultimate CBD experience with only the most accurate and transparent information you need to make the most out of your CBD. Recently, we’ve addressed why CBD might not be working for you as well as how to find your CBD dosage. One issue that has come up time and time again, from our customers, is incorporating CBD into your daily habits. 

Across the board, our customers have consistently said they find it difficult to be, well, consistent in taking their CBD every day. That’s why we developed the CBD alarm system. 

How to have the best CBD experience 

When we spoke with our CBD customers we asked them to rate their satisfaction while charting their daily intake of CBD. We asked some to take their CBD consistently and others to take it as and when it suited them.

This is what we found out: 

Be consistent with CBD

Why does it matter if I don’t take my CBD Oral Spray regularly? Why can’t I use it when I feel I need it? We’re glad you asked that. The simple answer is down to how CBD works within the human body.

We recommend you take your CBD daily whether it’s once, twice or three times a day. That’s because CBD isn’t a temporary solution to an immediate problem. The beauty of CBD is how it contributes to your body’s network which ensures you’re in a state of balance; otherwise known as the endocannabinoid system. 

The endocannabinoid system and CBD

“What the heck is the endocannabinoid system?!”, don’t worry, we hear you. It’s the system in the body which you've never even heard about. The endocannabinoid system, or the ECS, lives within your major organs, your immune system, nervous system and even your skin. 

The ECS likes to micro-manage - in the best way possible! It looks after the levels of several crucial paraments like your temperature, pH and pressure across the entire body. When it knows your body is out of balance, the ECS gets to work. 

The most important part about all of this is that CBD is incredibly similar to a chemical made in the body called 2-AG. That’s why when you can take CBD it fits right in with the chemicals your body already makes. For that reason, taking your CBD is so important in order to see the results you want.

Setting your CBD alarm 

To maintain balance in your body and keep up with your CBD intake, we recommend setting yourself reminders every day to be as consistent as possible. Don’t worry you don’t have to be tech-savvy to set your reminders up. 

    1. Put a reminder on your phone! Set one reminder on your calendar every morning and evening so, as soon as you need to take your CBD, it pops up on your phone. You don't have to be bang on time but it will give the nudge you need. 

    2. Notes are you friends. It might be a little old school, but this works for a reason. Place a note by your kettle, fridge, microwave, whatever you use most in the morning that way you will always see your reminder to take your CBD.

    3. Stick a note ON your phone. If the first thing you go to in the morning is your phone then stick a post-it note on your phone so you are immediately reminded to take your CBD, without having to turn your it on. 

Learn more 

The BeYou team is here to help you find out what CBD routine works best for you which is why we always welcome your feedback. You can contact us via our web chat or via any of our social media. If you’re ready to start your CBD journey, you can check out our CBD range here. If you have any more questions you can check out our FAQs page.

Meet the Author

jess simms

Jess is our Content & Community executive who writes about, well ...everything! She loves talking about period positivity and body positivity and, let's face it, loves a good debate. When she isn't talking about all things BeYou, she has probably got her nose in a book, cuddling her Jack Russell Terrier, Buster 🧚‍♀🐶📖

1 comment

Holly

I really struggle to take my CBD regularly so the CBD alarm will really help me get into the swing of things!

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