Lifestyle & Life Moments
Should You Hit the Gym After a Bad Night of Sleep? For many people, working out is a great way to increase energy and feel great. But after a rough night of sleep, it’s tempting to skip the gym. On one hand, we know consistency is crucial for progress in the gym, but on the other hand ... there’s nothing quite like getting sufficient sleep. Not to mention that anyone who’s ever tried to physically push their limits after tossing and turning can probably tell you that things are significantly less productive when your eyelids are drooping.
The Scary Truth About Sleep Deprivation Chronic sleep deprivation is one of the most common health problems affecting Americans. Although the typical recommendation is for seven to nine hours of sleep every night for the average adult, about one-third of US adults regularly sleep less than seven hours each night.