Add resistance training three days a week: weights, rubber bands, or even holding yourself in plank position (face down, support yourself on your hands and toes) for as long as possible.
Once you're warmed up, add gentle stretching.
Exercise about four to five hours before bedtime for best results. Your exercise plan should fit your current level of fitness; it may seem like nothing, but if it's challenging to you, it will do amazing things for your energy levels, mood, and sleep patterns.
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