Ranging from long-term conditions (like valve problems, arrhythmias and more) to life-changing events (like heart attacks or cardiovascular-related strokes), the potential for cardiovascular problems throughout a given individual’s lifespan is great.
In fact, heart disease or cardiovascular disfunction is the leading cause of death among both men and women in the United States, with regional differences in prevalence and type. Each year, over 630,000 people in the United States die due to heart disease.
The numbers are staggering, the research is ongoing, and early intervention and symptom identification education have grown in prevalence in order to increase heart health.
Today, Americans are (mostly) aware of the risks of heart disease, attempting to remain active and to focus on nutrition, and to take other steps to prevent trouble. But, something that’s often left off the agenda might be more useful than previously thought – cannabinoids, like CBD.
CBD’s anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidative properties may be useful in preventing cardiovascular disease and events, even for those considered “high-risk.”
Research compiled by the National Institute of Health, hypothesizes that CBD may work directly on isolated arteries, to promote relaxation and to reduce negative cardiovascular responses to various models of stress, that could lead to damage over time.
Other studies have shown promise in CBD’s ability to:
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