A workout can give a person a jolt of energy that may cause difficulty falling asleep, so several tips can help an exerciser avoid insomnia, reports PopSugar.
For the most part, evidence supports the fact that exercise is good for sleep — it helps you drift off faster and sleep more soundly all night long. Still, ever find that working out too close to bedtime can actually give you a jolt of energy that winds up keeping you awake for longer? You’re not alone. In one study, participants slept 42 minutes longer on days they were less active.