People who exercise have reported a good night’s sleep almost every night compared to non-exercisers who have sleeping problems such as waking up during the night and difficulty in falling asleep almost every night. Likewise, vigorous exercisers have a two-fold likelihood of better sleep than non-exercisers. Moreover, those who lead a sedentary lifestyle might have a negative impact on the quality of sleep. A sample of 1,000 adults was used in the 2013 Sleep in America® annual poll with ages ranging from 23 to 60 years old using the 2010 U.S. census data. The participants were grouped into four categories […]Continue reading Vigorous Exercise Linked to Good Sleep
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