Two weeks ago, a new study was released that found exercising in bed during the night is a better strategy than exercising in a gym.
And it’s hard to argue with the results.
The study, led by Dr. Jürgen Ehrlich, found that the more time spent in bed, the greater the weight loss.
So the idea that you should be exercising in an area that you can’t be seen is a myth.
But Dr. Ehrlicher was careful to point out that there are some key differences between the two methods.
He said that, “For most people, sleeping in bed is the best way to lose weight.”
He explained that, for example, if you exercise in the afternoon and don’t get to sleep, the result will be that you will feel hungrier and eat more.
“And this is not only for the person who exercises,” he said.
“If you are overweight and your exercise strategy is to get out of bed and work, you will eat more.”
Dr. David Ludwig, a cardiologist and a professor of psychiatry at McMaster University, agrees that the benefits of exercising in your bed should not be discounted.
He explained, “People who exercise in bed are often more active than those who exercise outdoors because they sleep better.
And they are more likely to have a sedentary lifestyle.
And so there is a benefit in exercise that is associated with being sedentary, not just to the extent of getting your heart rate up, but to the degree that you are also not doing anything else.
And I think it is absolutely crucial for people to understand the fact that exercise can also be a very effective way to maintain their weight.”
The study also found that when it comes to weight loss overall, exercise in a room can have a positive effect on both body composition and fat loss.
Dr. Ludwig pointed out that “exercising in bed” may have a very small effect on the amount of fat that you lose.
So if you are losing fat, it is very important that you exercise.
And in the case of exercise in your bedroom, Dr. Aimee Sperling, an associate professor of pediatrics at McMaster, said that it’s important to “remember that it is important to be in a comfortable environment.”
So if it is going to be very difficult to get into bed, then you should consider making it a point to do it in the middle of the night.
The same goes for exercising in different ways in different places.
Dr Ludwig said that “you should be aware that you might have to move to a different part of your body.”
So while the benefits are there, it’s also important to keep in mind that it takes time for the body to adapt to exercise and you can get into trouble if you start exercising in more than one place.
So Dr. Sperlings suggested that, while the research is clear that exercise in sleep can have the greatest weight loss effect, it may take time to see results.
She said, “In general, if it takes longer than two weeks, then we are not seeing the full benefit.
So it’s better to be cautious about going into bed early, but that’s just a general advice.”
Dr Ludwig added that the study only looked at adults and not young children, so the results may not apply to people who are in their 20s and 30s.
If you have any questions about your weight, ask your doctor.
Dr Ehrlein agreed.
He noted that the majority of people who exercise don’t lose weight at the end of the program.
He added that if you do lose weight, you need to do so at the beginning of your next weight loss plan.
Dr Sperlings said that if it were not for exercise, you could be in the position of, “I’m eating really poorly, and my diet is terrible.
And then my weight is going up, and then I’m going to lose it again.
And my doctor is telling me I need to lose a lot more weight, and that I’m not healthy enough to do that.
So I have to be really careful.”
So what is the right exercise plan for you?
Dr Ludwig suggested that it might be a good idea to do exercise at least three times a week, depending on your body weight.
And he added that it may also be wise to limit your exercise to once a week or once a month, depending upon how you feel and how you are feeling right now.
And as Dr Ludwig put it, “You want to do things that are stimulating and give you energy.
You want to get some rest.”
It is important that exercise is fun and enjoyable, he said, and you should always do your best to make your time in bed enjoyable.
If, however, you do have some difficulty getting into bed and exercising, you can try to make a “short time” out of it by doing a walk.