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Jogging, swimming, dancing and other forms of endurance training had the biggest impact.
Some foods can sabotage your slumber, causing you to wake frequently throughout the night (or even making it difficult to fall asleep in the first place). However, other foods can actually increase the hormones in your brain that promote relaxation and high quality sleep. Read on for smart diet swaps -- and finally claim that full night of rest.
Break a sweat Though exercisers and non-exercisers clock about the same amount of sleep each night, according to a 2013 National
We went to the people who really need their rest -- a fitness guru, a yogi, a pro athlete--to learn their get-to-sleep secrets