Health and Fitness Article
- Experts say exercise can help you sleep better if you’re tossing and turning during the COVID-19 outbreak.
- They say exercising during the day is better than working out at night due to body temperature and heart rhythm fluctuations.
- Experts add that cardiovascular exercise, strength training, and yoga are effective exercises for better sleep.
- They also say to avoid alcohol and screen time in the hours before going to bed.
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