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Neurologists Pinpoint Which Strange Sleeping Patterns Run in the Family

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  • Study of 2,422 sleep clinic patients shows that 1 in every 300 people might be genetically predisposed to wake up early in the morning.
  • These people have strict sleeping schedules, and feel more awake than others when they first wake up.
  • Those who don’t sleep at night, due to work or differences in circadian rhythm, are at bigger risk of health and sleep issues.
  • Study author says that the healthiest approach would be to listen to one’s body clock, and organize sleep in sync with our biology.

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