Are You Suffering From Sleep Disorders? This is a genetic defect. Researchers have discovered that the genetic code of many parts of our body can be responsible for bad sleep.
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Exeter University have identified 47 such links related to genetic code and properties of sleep and quantity in regards to sleep disorder.
In genomic areas, genes named PDE 11 A were discovered. The group discovered that extraordinary and different types of genes affect not only sleep (disorder) time but also affect its quality.
Chief University of Exeter, Samuel Jones, said that this study will provide a new perspective on knowing the molecular role of humans in sleep disorder while identifying genetic differences affecting the speciality of sleep.
Continuing this point, the University’s Andrew Wood said that due to the quality and quantity of sleep and changes in time, humans come under the influence of many diseases – diabetes, obesity, psychosis etc.
In the research report published in General Nature Communication, the researchers collected data from about 85,670 UK BioBank and about 5,819 participants from other studies. He had put the accelerometer on his wrists, which was constantly recording his level of activity.
They found that the quality of sleep is related to genetic areas, but it also deals with the production of serotonin which transmits feelings of pleasure and happiness. Serotonin also plays a key role in the nidra chakra and provides deep and comfortable sleep.
A sleep disorder can affect your overall health, safety and quality of life. Sleep deprivation can affect your ability to drive safely and increase your risk of other health problems.
Some of the signs and symptoms of sleep disorders include excessive daytime sleepiness, irregular breathing or increased movement during sleep, and difficulty falling asleep.
There are many different types of sleep disorders. They’re often grouped into categories that explain why they happen or how they affect you. Sleep disorders can also be grouped according to behaviors, problems with your natural sleep-wake cycles, breathing problems, difficulty sleeping or how sleepy you feel during the day.