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There is growing evidence that sleep loss and sleep disorders have a significant impact on metabolism. Laboratory studies have clearly shown that sleep deprivation can alter the glucose metabolism and hormones involved in regulating metabolism. An article called,"Exercise effects on sleep physiology" concludes, that exercise definitely changes body composition and cardiovascular fitness level. Meta-analyses indicate that chronic exercise yields more stable and persistent improvements in sleep. These benefits likely reflect the summed and interacting benefits of numerous physiological alterations by chronic exercise, which directly and indirectly affect sleep quality