Getting enough sleep in the digital age is a tough task.
There are too many gadgets to entertain your eyeballs before succumbing to shuteye. Downloads and web-streaming are winning the battle of the night over dream time.
Among U.S. adults, poor sleep affects 25% of the population, with insufficient rest counting for 15 out of every 30 days. That’s a lot of lost sleep. And everyone knows you can’t really “catch up” on those missing hours.
The best way to regain better sleep patterns is to exercise. Active adults fall asleep faster. Tired adults with poor sleep health remain tired during the day and have difficulty concentrating.
150 minutes of exercise per week is enough to gain power of sleep benefits.