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"If you are inactive, adding a 10 minute walk every day could improve your likelihood of a good night's sleep. Making this small change and gradually working your way up to more intense activities like running or swimming could help you sleep better."
"Poor sleep might lead to negative health partly because it makes people less inclined to exercise. More than one half (57%) of the total sample reported that their activity level will be less than usual after a night of poor sleep. Not exercising and not sleeping becomes a vicious cycle."
"Sometimes we might feel tired, and that's normal, but if excessive sleepiness is your normal state, it warrants a conversation with your doctor. It could be a red flag that something is wrong with your health."
"Exercise is beneficial to sleep. It's time to revise global recommendations for improving sleep and put exercise - any time - at the top of our list for healthy sleep habits."
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