Research Spotlight: Exercise May Lead to Better Sleep.
Exercise & Sleep Apnea
Did you know that exercise can help you sleep? Research has shown that exercise may reduce disruption caused by Sleep Apnea by as much as 25%.
In a study conducted in 2011, participants began a 12 week program engaging in moderate exercise, such as walking, swimming, and yoga, four days a week. The results had shown participants experienced a significant reduction in Sleep Apnea occurrences. Participants also noted that their sleep quality had improved. ,
"I think studies like this one are very important, because we need as many options for treating Sleep Apnea as we can get."
-Virend Somers, MD, PhD -
Sleep & Daytime Alertness
Researchers have found there is a positive relationship between daytime activity and sleep quality. This means as your daytime activity and physical activity increases, your sleep will likely begin to improve. Adversely the better you sleep, the more active and alert you may be during the day. It's important to have a proper balance of sleep and physical activity. 
Incorporating Exercise Into Your Life
Getting started with an exercise program can be easy. Consider trying yoga, playing a new sport, or hiking. Here are a few tips to get you going. 
It's important to ease exercise into your lifestyle, doing chores around the house and yard are a great way to get you started. Increase daytime activity slowly until you're ready to commit to a workout program.
Don't start with the latest high intensity workout. Simple aerobics like walking, jogging, biking or swimming are great choices. Or go for more exciting and engaging activities, such as dancing or hiking.
Prioritize + Be Consistent
Schedule your exercise time and prioritize it like other activities in your day. It's important to stay positive and focused. If you begin losing interest try mixing up your activities and find ways to stay excited.
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 "Effects of Exercise Training on OSA and Sleep Quality" - Journal Sleep (source)
 "Exercise Improves Sleep and Nighttime Breathing Troubles" - WebMD Health News (source)
 "Better Sleep Found by Exercising on a regular Basis" - Sleep Newzzz (source)
 "Easy Ways to Start Exercising" - HelpGuide.org (source)