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July 10th 2016

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Many people wonder about how exercise and sleep affect each other. This recent article from www.sleepassociation.org explores this topic and shares some surprising benefits the two share. It was written by Kristina Diaz who is a Registered Respiratory Therapist and a health and wellness enthusiast and writer.

Not only can exercise actually help you sleep better and feel more energized, there is also a time of day that is best to move those muscles. Right before bed is not one of them. It actually gets your heart and muscles stimulated, making it more difficult to fall asleep.

Studies also show scheduling a regular exercise routine is best. According to the article, regular exercise a few times a week can reduce the time it takes to fall asleep as well as increase the amount of time you sleep. Exercise seems like a much healthier option than anything you can get in pill form, and it’s free.

Read the full article at www.sleepassociation.org to learn more about how to setup an exercise routine and more benefits and tactics for improving sleep.