You’ve probably heard the warning…
Don’t exercise in the evening because it can keep you awake at night.
The idea seems to make sense. After all, if you rev up your body for a workout close to bedtime, it must make it more difficult to wind down and fall asleep.
But new research says that’s flat wrong.
Researchers at Australia’s Charles Sturt University recruited middle-aged men to study the effects of exercise on sleep.… Read More