Does A Lack Of Exercise Affect Your Sleep Habits?

We know, we know, you’ve heard it before: exercise is good for you. According to MedlinePlus, regular physical activity can lower your risk of heart disease, diabetes, bone density loss, and some cancers. Exercise can also help you maintain a healthy weight, improve cognitive functioning, and reduce stress.

Despite knowing all the benefits, it can still be hard to stick to a workout routine if your hectic life has you routinely running on empty. At the end of a long day, you might feel more called to hit the sheets than the gym. And according to a Health Digest survey, you wouldn’t be the only one. In the survey, more people chose sleep than exercise as their preferred form of self-care.

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