Exercise can promote better quality sleep, either by helping people suffering from acute to chronic insomnia fall asleep faster or sleep longer. (Or better yet, both!)
But, does it actually matter what kind of exercise you perform?
Scientific evidence says that vigorous and high-intensity exercise leads to better quality sleep and generally positive mood. 
So what are the various types of exercise promoting the best sleep, i.e. most restorative and uninterrupted)? Keep reading!
Stress not only makes us irritable, but it can also trigger many medical conditions that can potentially impact our health.
One of the ways stress negatively affects us is decreasing our energy levels, making us fatigued and lackadaisical.
It’s often easier to notice when a friend or family is stressed out. But it’s usually tricky to spot it with ourselves.
Here are10 signs you may be going through a lot of stress without you knowing it
In today’s American work culture of 70-hour workweeks, sleeplessness is a badge of honor. Waking up in the wee hours just thinking about work or attending 4 am tennis/golf matches with big names in the industry have become the norm.
This fast-paced, always-online-and-connected world of entrepreneurs and executives on the go has taken sleep for granted.
Sleep has almost become a habit one has to do than a necessity. It’s even become a luxury for many. And sleep deprivation has become a show of resilience and determination.
But is this approach to sleep healthy?
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