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If you practice any sports activity, you probably know the importance of recovery to consolidate the benefits of physical activity.


It is during sleep when the body uses the nutrients that you have provided through your diet, to respond to the sports stimulus and achieve the result of a stronger and improved body.

If there is no proper recovery and sleep after the sports routine, your performance may be altered.

Hence the importance of having good sleep habits.

It is recommended to carry out the most intense routines in the morning, since a cortisol peak will be generated that, when it descends at night, favors the production of melatonin and deep sleep.  

Also, if you do sport outdoors, being exposed to the morning sun reduces melatonin, which clears you up and keeps you alert.

If you play sports in the two hours before bed, sleep can be affected by increasing body temperature.

Sunset Run
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