By cathydkreations
2 years ago

Improving Your Sleep

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Regular exercise can also benefit your sleep. It can help strengthen your circadian rhythms, which not only impacts your sleep but how refreshed you feel when you wake up. Psychology Today addresses the impact of exercise on sleep, stating, “A recent National Sleep Foundation poll found that regular exercisers were significantly more likely to report sleeping well on most nights than people who were not physically active. Research has shown exercise can help to improve not only the quantity of sleep but also the quality: studies show daytime physical activity may stimulate longer periods of slow-wave sleep, the deepest and most restorative stages of sleep.”
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Violeta Great
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MegyBella Useful text
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rmtm198 i like to sleep 36 hours
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cathydkreations Thank you @megybella😊
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cathydkreations That's a lot of hours @rmtm198 8 is enough for me😊
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