In today?s fast-paced world with little time to breathe and unwind, an increasing number of people are having sleep difficulties. The issue of a lack of sleep, and the pursuit for more of it, is as intense as ever. In a recent Consumer Reports survey of 4,023 adults in the United States, 27 percent said they had trouble falling asleep or staying asleep most nights. In addition, 68 percent, or an estimated 164 million Americans, struggles with falling or getting enough sleep at least once a week. For most people this means reaching for everything from lifestyle changes that induce a sense of calm and peace of mind, to practical solutions like a cool, comfortable room or sleeping pills. But there is an alternative that is getting popularity by more and more people. And that is using cannabidiol (CBD) for sleep.