Why Working Out At Night Is Also Good For Your Health
When we’re struggling with weight loss, it comes hand in hand with struggling to exercise. Aside from the fact that we’re dreading of limiting and depriving our food choices when trying to lose weight, we also need to deal with one more thing: exercise. For some reason, we have dozens of excuses as to why we fail to work out.
Aside from our hectic schedule, most of us don’t look forward to working out because it’s exhausting. Our limbs and muscles are all sore that we can barely move. That’s why, after a few days of following a workout regimen diligently, we quickly lose the motivation to keep going. When we talk about exercise, the first thing that comes to our mind is punishment. How can we motivate ourselves to exercise when we’re dealing with such a blockage?
The good thing is you can exercise at night. Contrary to popular belief, you can also exercise during the night when all your appointments and schedules have been completed. Now, if you exercise at night, you will have a free time to do the workout as it doesn’t interfere with your work or daily schedule. Here are other stunning reasons why you should workout at night and why it’s good for your health.
Working Out At Night Promotes Better Sleep
Studies revealed that working out at night a few hours before you sleep helps promote better sleep foundation. It’s because your muscles are sore and your body is limp after you’ve done your workout. This exhaustion provides a great opportunity to activate the melanin hormone which is responsible for your sleep. It’ll force your body to rest, enabling you to sleep earlier than later. Aside from that, sleeping is also the best time for your muscles, body, and immune system to heal and recover as you face another day. Moreover, because your body is resting and you’re sleeping deeply, it also enhances your brain memory and help revitalize your energy so that you can be ready to face a new day.
Since you’re switching your workout to night time, there’s a higher chance that you can go through with your workout since you got better sleep. Compared to traditional exercise schedule where you need to wake up early in the morning just to jog when you still feel lethargic and sleepy. This is because you’ve had a restful sleep the night before and your energy is up, enabling you to accomplish all of your tasks with vigor and enthusiasm throughout the day. Then when you’re feeling low and tired, you can start working out at night to revitalize your energy before you rest and hit the sack.
You’ll Start Loving Working Out Sooner
Since exercising isn’t interfering with your schedule anymore, you can make peace with exercising and start loving and enjoying it. You’ll realize that exercising can also be fun since it’s stress-free and it’ll coincide with your schedule. Aside from that, since it’s now burning the calories and fats in your body, you’ll start seeing positive changes in your body like tighter arms, leaner abs, stronger legs, amazing figure. This will motivate you to keep going and achieve a healthier body and life!
It Helps Lower Your Blood Pressure
One of the main causes of death (especially when you sleep) is high blood pressure. Oftentimes, people with high blood pressure are prone to sleep paralysis. They feel as if there’s a nightmare chasing them and when they open their eyes, they’re unable to speak or move their body. Until they feel as if they’re trapped and the panic they felt would cause their blood pressure to spike until they can’t breathe anymore. If you’re one of those people who has a high blood pressure, then we recommend that you try switching your workout to night time. Working out can help stabilize your blood pressure as you sleep, enabling you to have a safer and more soundful sleep than working out in the morning. Also, studied revealed that those who worked out at night lower their chances of acquiring high blood pressure by 15%.
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