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Want To Improve Your Workout?

How much sleep is enough? Experts suggest athletes need seven to nine hours per night, with even more zzz's needed during periods when training or competition is ramped up. Active teenagers need 10 .. [read more] hours of down time per night. Yet according to a poll administered by the National Sleep Foundation in the U.S., most people get six hours and 51 minutes of sleep during the days they work and seven hours and 37 minutes on days they don't work. Interestingly, one of the recommended strategies to improve slumber is exercise, with regular exercisers reporting better sleep than those who don't work out. Also worthy of note is that sleep quality is better on workout days versus days spent behind http://finance.cbs42.com/inergize.wiat/news/read/25347725/ a desk or in front of the television. If you plan on using exercise as an antidote to a sleepless night, you may want to opt for a vigorous workout versus a walk around the neighbourhood. Studies suggest the better the sweat, the better the snooze.
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