Habits that can destroy sleep – Eating near bedtime, using technology in bed, drinking coffee too late are habits that can affect sleep.

Exercise releases endorphins, which raise body temperature and increase cortisol levels.

In the morning and afternoon, practice improves mood and keeps the spirits clear.

However, in the late evening, physical activity can cause the body to increase the secretion of adrenalin, making it difficult to sleep.

Exercise is still a good habit for overall health.

However, experts suggest that exercise should be avoided at least one to 2 hours before bedtime for a good night’s sleep.

Instead, you can combine gentle stretches, helping to relax both physically and mentally, easier to fall asleep.