The conflicting and vicarious demands of occupations schedules, stressful life situations, unrestricted dietary habits, sedentary life-styles and metabolic compromization present some of the hazards that culminate in individuals’ sleep problems whether de facto experience, physiological expressions of health parameters or disorder/drug-related. Interventional therapies aimed at the avoidance of damaging insulin resistance and type II diabetes conditions extend the physical exercise benefits by their influences upon skeletal muscle tissue, with in addition exercise training inducing profound effects on adipose tissue. Regular exercise precludes nocturnal disturbance with associations to reductions in the prevalence of sleep disorders, i.e. most particularly obstructive sleep apnea and thereby improving sleep efficiency and integrity among, and across, most age-groups. In obstructive sleep apnea patients, dysregulated cardiovascular health, that may or may not counteract the elevated oxidative stress, proinflammatory development and sympathetic activation may alleviated through selective regimes of physical exercise. The presence of major gender difference in the quality and sufficiency of healthy sleep reinforces the requirement for selective life-styles to combat the encroachment of sleep inadequacy as a health hazard. Proper assessment of somatic and psychological health variables requires major planning and preparation.
Trevor Archer and Max Rapp Ricciardi