The advice to get more physical activity to see major benefits like better sleep might make you think you need a big-time boost, like doubling your daily step count to 20,000 steps. But research indicates it takes fewer steps than you might think.
A study published in Sleep Health involved 59 participants with an average age of 50 who increased their walking by a modest amount over four weeks. Those who took more steps reported sleeping better than those who were less active.
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