This is National Sleep Awareness Week and for those of us trying to get a better night's rest, a new study finds we just need to start working out more.
"People who exercised reported to have better sleep and better quality of sleep as compared to people who did not exercise," says Dr. Harneet Walia with the Sleep Disorders Center in Cleveland, Ohio.
Researchers at the National Sleep Foundation polled one-thousand people between the ages of 23 and 60.
They found that those who exercise say they get a better night's sleep and feel more rested.
Those who exercise the hardest say they sleep the best.
On the flip side, they found non-exercisers sleep less and are at greater risk for sleep apnea.
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