Answer: If you're NOT training, then YES!
Athletes tend to sleep better than non-athletes. Why? Because they are doing running and weights training daily.
Lack of sleep is also linked to weight gain, lack of cardiovascular fitness and poor management of blood sugar and blood pressure.
Did you know that doing your exercise early in the morning shows the greatest improvement in your sleep quality?
Did you know that resistance training improves your duration and quality of sleep also, regardless of the time you do this training?
So - when do you exercise? And what type of exercise do you do?
- cardiovascular workout first thing in the morning
- resistance training, preferably then also, but if you can't, after work instead!
This may improve your quality and length of sleep. Oh, by the way, if you do this daily, you may also notice a change in your body shape and size, and the speed of your metabolism! www.sandravenables.com