Study: Regular Exercise May Protect Against Side Effects of Poor Sleep

Not getting enough sleep can prompt a variety of health consequences, but a new study found that high-intensity workouts could combat some of those negative side effects.

Both proper sleep and adequate exercise are seen to help prevent more than 80% of cardiovascular events, including heart attack, abnormal heart rhythms, and coronary artery disease. But obtaining sustainable habits in both these areas can be tricky for many individuals. While exercise may be more within individuals’ control—you can choose to go for a run and then do it—sleep can be sought after but more complicated to nail down.

The good news is, maintaining those exercise habits while striving toward better sleep still provides positive benefits.

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