Physical exercise raises the core temperature significantly and makes us more alert and agitated. In fact, it can take up to six hours for the body temperature to return to normal after training. The ideal is to train about six hours before going to bed but if your schedule allows you late training, try to put it in the early evening. The longer the session is away from bedtime, the better, because it is necessary to let the body cool down enough to allow better sleep thanks to Insomnia Treatment Calgary.
If you think that six hours of sleep are enough for you, know that in the long term, you may be faced with the following disorders, following an insufficient night rest. Impairment of psychological performance: attention, memory, concentration, judgment, motivation and mood. Alteration of psychomotor function: reaction time, less ability to perform fatiguing physical activity and decreased performance.