Exercise Improves Sleep
In other sleep news, results of a recent poll might offer a solution for those suffering from poor sleep quality. The findings present yet another benefit of exercising regularly.Produced by the National Sleep Foundation, the 2013 Sleep in America® poll gathered responses from a sampling of adults, aged 23–60, who were asked about exercise levels and sleep quality. Here is a rundown of what the poll found:
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