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While striving for improved physical fitness, many Americans overlook sleep’s vital role in achieving optimal physical performance. Research reveals that sleep deprivation can affect us physically – negatively impacting coordination, agility, mood and energy. In turn, physical activity can improve your sleep quality. In fact, the Better Sleep Council sponsored a national consumer survey to gauge attitudes related to sleep and physical performance.
Americans who get 7 hours of sleep or more are more likely to engage in higher-intensity workouts (biking, running, weight lifting) than people who don’t get as much sleep.
People who sleep well feel benefits in many ways.
If you need to get to the gym, getting a good night’s sleep will help get you there.
To sleep better, get a new mattress.
A newer mattress is linked to more exercise.
Survey Details: Better Sleep Council, 2008