Teens who work out sleep better, longer

Exercise not only helps in promoting strength and endurance but also improves the quality of your sleep at night, say researchers.

In a new study, the researchers from Pennsylvania State University, US observed that teenagers who work out during the day tend to sleep longer than those who don’t exercise at all.

“Adolescence is a critical period to obtain adequate sleep, as sleep can affect cognitive and classroom performance, stress, and eating behaviours,” said Lindsay Master, data scientist at Pennsylvania State University, US.

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