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1/3/13 11:41 A

thanks Gordomoose and New_me_forever....i will try that...:)

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1/3/13 11:37 A

I suggest aromatherapy bath and body works sale a great line called "Sleep" also if you like hot tea there are some for sleeping problems. Also it depends if your drinking and eating certain things before bed.

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1/3/13 11:09 A


thanks for showing concern!!!
Yes when i start working out then only this problem has started. I will try to have dinner as soon i will be done my workout. Yes i have been experiencing stress also....1st two days were really tough as i was absolute couch potato...i was wondering if it happens usually when you suddenly start being active...if it gonna be for a while then i am okay....i never had sleeping used to sleep more than i should :)....i can't change my time for workout as i am busy with my toddler all the time in morning.(i will try to at home though)...can you suggest somthing for relaxing my self?

yesterday there was no class of Zumba so i did Elliptical for one hour.

Edited by: GUPTAM at: 1/3/2013 (11:11)
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1/3/13 10:55 A


How long have you been having problems sleeping ? Has it only been since you started exercising ? If so, your sleep problems could be related to your evening workouts. When do you eat dinner ? If you're working out and then eating dinner afterwards, that could cause problems. I know that some evenings if I take a late class, I do find it difficult to sleep.

Can you change your workouts to an earlier time ? that should help. If you can't change your exercise schedule, then you might have to change your eating schedule. Some times eating too late a night can cause problems because your body is still digesting the meal.

Also, have you been experiencing any unusual stress ? Stress and anxiety can mess with a person's sleep routine. So, another thing to try is to relax as best you can so that your body returns to that resting state.

try changing your routine a bit to see if that helps. If that doesn't help, talk to your doctor and see what they think. there may be a "medical" cause for your sleep issues. If so, you need to know asap.

1/3/13 10:41 A

Dancing can be invigorating for some. Try doing strength training afterward.. either a full-body workout every 2 days or alternate between upper & lower body each day. Start light the first week, but work up to a challenging amount of weight. That should help. If not, you might need to move the workouts earlier in the day.

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1/3/13 10:25 A

I am doing Zumba...started one week ago.

1/3/13 9:51 A

Some people have trouble have sleeping after an evening workout, for various reasons. One option for that of course is to move the workout to earlier in the day. Do you do strength training in the evening? I find it helps me sleep better to do a good round of heavy lifting in the evening.

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1/3/13 9:42 A

Hi Team,

i do workout everyday in the evening after 5:30 pm ,trying to burn atleast 550 calories.I get tired but sleeping is a problem, i can't sleep takes me atleast 1 hour to sleep. Sleeping has been a problem for me.Why is it happening and whats the solution?

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