Exercise & Sleep

Do you find yourself starring at the ceiling at night wondering why you can't fall asleep even though you've been yawning since 2 p.m.? A new study of 2,600 male and females between the age of 18-85 shows how people who get at least 150 minutes of moderate to intense exercise a week had a 65 percent improvement in their sleep quality.

By pushing your body to a moderate to intense workout for the recommended 150 minutes per week your body is able to go to sleep faster and sleep longer study show. Working out in the morning also allows the body to be more alert and function at a higher level throughout the day. Exercise allows to energize your body with the increase in endorphins and allows at night to fall asleep faster. With 35-40% percent of the population which have an every day issue with insomnia, finding 150 minute a week to exercise can help not only your day but night as well.

So not only will regular attendance at PEAK sessions help you look and feel great, you're even going to sleep better!

More details: https://sleepfoundation.org/sleep-news/study-physical-activity-impacts-overall-quality-sleep