March 3, 2018
The answer is – it might. While further research is still needed, current studies indicate that exercise will help to improve the quantity and quality of sleep for sleep apnea sufferers. Most interestingly, this improved sleep did not seem to have anything to do with weight loss. If you or a loved one suffers from sleep apnea, keep reading to learn more about how exercise can improve the efficacy of your results and give you the full, restful night’s sleep you need to wake feeling refreshed in the morning.