Daytime activities linked to a good night's sleep

By Rachael Ward
Updated March 1 2024 - 8:50am, first published 8:48am
People who do moderate to vigorous physical activity during the day sleep better, a study has found. (Michael Dodge/AAP PHOTOS)
People who do moderate to vigorous physical activity during the day sleep better, a study has found. (Michael Dodge/AAP PHOTOS)

Many tired people keen to get a better night's sleep focus on changing habits before bedtime but a new study shows the key to restful slumber lies in how someone spends their day.

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