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Exercise Before Bed Could Improve Sleep, Study Says

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A study by the National Sleep Foundation shows exercise improves your sleep and that working out before going to bed does not impact sleep.
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Ryan (3 years ago)
Excersise before bed does nothing but make sleeping harder. These people have no clue what theyre talking about.
Dc is love Dc is life (5 months ago)
Ryan I do exercise at night and I get really good sleep
Skyler Mccloud (6 months ago)
Ryan stupid
Jay Cee48 (3 years ago)
Each person is different.
TheAbStand (4 years ago)
Very interesting - I have often heard that a pre sleep workout kept people awake. If any of your viewers have joint pain that makes it difficult to get on the floor they should visit us at The AbStand.
zlaja1480 (5 years ago)
Have sex before sleep and both of you is going to sleep like a babies :-)
RhakaiWest (5 years ago)
Oh, that and having Candace whisper sweet nothings in my ear, of course.
RhakaiWest (5 years ago)
I've always had problems with insomnia, despite working out and being in shape. It may just be my preconceptions about working out after dark, but for me night routines seemed to only make things worse. Ultimately, my ability to fall asleep seems to reside with 3mg of Lunesta and a half a klonopin. Sucks, but better than insomnia.
Anggie Harygustia (5 years ago)
I do have some (S)excercises with my wife before going to sleep, and it does works.
Ezzedine Gamer (2 months ago)
XDDDDD
onjoFilms (5 years ago)
Description should change "...does not impact sleep." to " ...does not impact sleep negatively".
David Lopez (5 years ago)
Does sexercise count. Lol
Skyler Mccloud (6 months ago)
David Lopez ive course it does lol
huyked (5 years ago)
Mythbuster, Newsy edition. I'm glad there's research out there to squash anecdotes such as these. I like your working title, "0304workout-NEWSY HD H.264 copy copy 1" :) haha.

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