Why doing exercise very early in the morning could give someone trouble to sleep at night?
Is it normal that one get up at 4:30 in the morning to do 30-45 minutes of running on a threadmill and isn't able to fall asleep at night?
Exercise-induced insomnia is normally caused by late afternoon or evening exercise. Are you on a low-carb diet or, alternatively, eating a significant amount of sugar? You could have a glycogen deficiency which can be helped by eating healthy carbs about 30 minutes after your workout. Also, increasing your Omega-3 intake could help reduce your cortisol levels that could be causing your sleeplessness. You could also try working out at a different time of day and see if this changes anything, but usually morning exercise is the best thing for insomnia.
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