Studies show that exercising regularly can help improve health and may help you feel less drowsy. Getting into a daily exercise routine can also help you feel more energized during the day.
Not all of us have time to work out for 2 hours a day, but even a light walk at the end of the night can help improve your sleep and have you feeling more rested the next day. It can also be therapeutic to think about and review the activities of the day before retiring.
Just remember that exercise is not a quick fix. Focusing on an exercise that really benefits you is a huge part of the process. Although it may take a few months to get into a routine, you will see the differences in your everyday life as well as night time life. Better sleep will follow with a better routine.
It is also helpful if you are exercising during the day and not at a later time closer to your regular bed time. Hormones are being released during a workout and can keep you from sleeping. Try working out in the morning or afternoon if nighttime doesn’t work for you.
Having about 3 hours of relation time before bed could also help you wind down for the night. Sometimes if you are working out too close to bedtime, you may not be able to fall asleep. If this happens, try moving your workout routine to an earlier hour. For a lot of people, it may take up to 6 hours for the body to fully cool down after a vigorous workout. Yoga or gentle stretching is also a great way to do little exercises during the day.
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