6 ways to fall asleep faster after late-day exercise

By March 24, 2016Life

Exercise is known to improve shut-eye, but as anyone who does evening training workouts knows going full-throttle too close to bedtime can keep you wired for hours afterward. That’s because it messes with your circadian rhythms, says Ana Krieger, MD, medical director of the Weill Cornell Center for Sleep Medicine.

You may not be able to adjust the time you have available to work out, but you can help your body wind back down after you’ve ramped it up, so you can drift off without too much trouble. Here’s how.

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