Every additional hour of moderate-to-vigorous activity was associated with 18 minutes earlier sleep onset, 10 minutes longer sleep duration and nearly 1% higher sleep maintenance efficiency at night among teens, researchers reported in Scientific Reports. The findings, based on data involving 417 15-year-olds, also showed that increased sedentary time during the day was associated with later sleeping and waking times but shorter overall nightly sleep duration.
Exercise linked to better sleep quality among adolescents
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