exercise sleep

HuffPost's Third Metric seeks to redefine success beyond money and power. As part of our ongoing series, we talk about whether it's better to get more sleep or wake up early to exercise. What's the healthier choice?
This research sheds some light on the complexity of the relationship between sleep and exercise. In particular, the study suggests that exercise may not have an immediate impact on sleep, but in fact may take several weeks or months to significantly change sleep.
Of course, it can take some time to adjust to a new exercise routine and see any big changes in sleep patterns. But there's
We all know that regular exercise can boost cardiovascular health and help you to maintain a healthy weight. But even for
Poor sleep quality has, in past research, been linked to increased inflammation (which can lead to heart disease and stroke
Aerobic exercise has shown to aid in sleep primarily by doing two things: 1) helping you fall asleep quicker; and 2) plunging you into deep (or delta) sleep for a longer period of time.