Did you know that exercise improves your sleep? It helps you fall asleep faster and wake up more rested. The following shows you this positive connection.

Research shows that exercise will enhance your sleep by reducing stress, tiring you out, and reduce the risk of sleep disorders such as restless leg syndrome.

As little as 10 minutes of aerobic exercise, such as walking or cycling, can dramatically improve the quality of your nighttime sleep.

It can be especially helpful if you are able to exercise outdoors and let your body absorb natural sunlight during the daytime hours.

Exercising at night doesn’t interfere with everyone’s sleep—it is individual specific. So if you find that an evening work out revs you up too much, do it earlier in the day. If not, then keep on doing what you’re doing!

Make it a great day! And remember exercise improves your sleep.

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