Friday, February 28, 2014
Do you avoid evening workouts to ensure your sleep schedule isn’t disrupted? Fear not, and say goodbye to those excuses.
According to new research from the National Sleep Foundation, nighttime exercise isn’t so bad after all.
Overall, morning exercisers reported getting the best sleep on average, but those who exercise in the evening report sleeping just as soundly as those who didn’t.
The takeaway? Exercise – be it morning or evening – does not hinder sleep. To jump-start your exercise, try the REM-Fit sleep line.
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