Ontario: Canadian Scientists Have Discovered That People Who Exercise Well Two Hours Before Bedtime Not Only Fall Asleep Late, But Their Sleep Can Also Be Affected.
The report, published in the research journal Sleep Medicine Review, found that people who completed their exercise or physical activity two hours or more before going to bed at night fell asleep faster and were more likely to fall asleep. Keep sleeping
In contrast, people who went to bed two hours before or even after a night’s workout or physical exertion, not only slept much later, but their sleep was affected throughout the night.
In simple terms, this research means that if you want to get the best out of exercise and physical exertion, complete it at least two hours before bed.
It should be noted that nowadays fitness clubs and gyms are open late at night where after a busy day, tired men and women exercise to stay healthy and “fit”.
Recent research has disproved this notion and has shown the negative effects of exercising late at night.
Scientists at Concordia University, Canada, reviewed 15 previous scientific studies on physical activity, exercise and sleep, involving a total of 194 participants between the ages of 18 and 50.
Following this analysis, experts warn that whether you are doing bodybuilding or wanting to improve your health in general, in any case, try to complete your exercise two hours before going to bed.
In addition, he advises that one should avoid strenuous exercise before going to bed as it can also have a bad effect on sleep.