Looking at medical weed to help with menopause issues

I truly can’t sleep at night and there is current research suggesting menopause can be helped by cannabis.

Menopause symptoms showed up right about when I turned 50 years old. It has been almost seven years now and I am still suffering through it. The hot flushes are so terrible. I have gotten to the point where sleeping through the night is a rare occurrence. I nearly sweat to death and need to change my pajamas, underwear, sheets and pillowcases before I can go back to bed. I then switch from a hot flash to shivering because I am damp. I started searching online for something I could try to treat my menopause and sleeping issues. I came across some reports indicating that cannabis can provide relief from both. Marijuana is showing positive effects in helping women reduce the number and intensity of hot flashes. Plus, the CBD element in cannabis offers a soothing sensation. It helps me to be less restless at night so I can sleep. My state currently allows strictly medical cannabis. I now need to check into the process of becoming approved as a medical marijuaan patient. I have completed some research. The majority of cases of medical marijuana are for serious issues such as PTSD, seizures or glaucoma treatment. There is an area of legalization titled other that offers treatment for anxiety disorders, chronic pain, depression and sleeping issues. I am hoping my doctor agrees to prescribing medical cannabis. I truly can’t sleep at night and there is current research suggesting menopause can be helped by cannabis. I am willing to claim anything in order to get my hands on cannabis. I don’t care if I end up high as a kite. I just want to avoid sweating buckets and tossing and turning all night.

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