If you don’t want to wake up on the wrong side of the bed, hit the gym before you hit the hay.
You can get 10 more minutes of sleep at night if you exercise during the day.
Working out also helps you snore less.
Take it from a recent report from the Sleep Cycle Institute.
Health experts looked at three years’ worth of data from members.
They found gender and age don’t matter.
Americans who exercise get better sleep.
Older women with insomnia had better sleep after exercising, according to research out of Northwestern University.
Exercise can help you get a good night’s sleep by increasing the amount of deep sleep you get, according to researchers from Johns Hopkins University.
They caution that working out too late in the evening can interfere with sleep.
But it’s never too late to add a bit of exercise into your daily routine.