If you're trying to cram everything into a pretty full day, there's a good chance something is being compromised.
And for many of us it, we neglect sleep.
Doctors say it's so important to get a full seven to eight hours sleep a night that it's even better for you than going to the gym.
Dr. Guy Meadows, co-founder of The Sleep School said: "Exercise is really important to keeping fit and healthy - but it absolutely should not interfere with sleep. If you're serious about reaching your fitness goals, getting enough regular good quality sleep should be an essential part of your training plan."
Dr Meadows goes on to explain that the amount of sleep we need can very from person to person, but in general we should be getting eight hours to feel energized throughout the day.
He continues: "If your reason for going to the gym is to lose weight, then getting more sleep could also be the answer.
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