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Many people run and run, and keep on running,
hoping to exercise right into a better night sleep.
And many doctors recommend it.
I was doling out this advice but the feedback I was getting back from my patients were that
“I tried it and I didn’t feel any better.”
Baron decided to study the effects of exercise on sleep
and she found two things,
第一 跑步并不能立竿见影 让你今晚就睡得更香甜
one, hitting the pavement today will not necessarily help you sleep soundly tonight.
It takes more time.
It’s really been shown that exercise improves sleep over at least four, maybe eight,
in our study, we found sixteen weeks of exercise.
We really didn’t see them improve until twelve weeks.
And two, a key finding in the study.
Most people expect that sleep improves with exercise, but we found actually that
exercise improved after sleep.
研究者发现 在睡眠不足时 人们通常会减少运动量
Researchers found that people exercise less after a poor night’s sleep.
And a good night’s sleep is the key to improving your exercise tomorrow.
What sleep influences is motivation, how hard exercise feels,
and also, perhaps, your mood and whether or not you wanna do it or not.
In the study, patients felt more tired in the first four to eight weeks.
But sticking to an exercise program helped them improves sleep
by an average of 45 minutes at night.
A big deal for someone with insomnia.
They have a poor night asleep, they shouldn’t give up on the exercise.
And they should, basically, just go out and do it.
放手去做吧 为了未来的良好睡眠质量 我是乔西·莱博维茨
So, just do it. For a better night sleep in the future. I’m Josh Lebovitz, reporting.
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