Q & A Do My Genes Affect My Sleep?

Sleeping Beauty was said to have slept for 100 years. Rip Van Winkle for 20. The giveaway that these are fairy tale characters is that they had uninterrupted sleep.

Imagine how wonderful that would feel…

If you are the estimated 50 to 70 million Americans who have chronic, or ongoing, sleep issues then your imagination may draw a blank at that request.

Countless words have been written about why this is so and how to overcome poor sleep. And, according to Forbes magazine online, “Globally, the “sleep economy,” which includes everything from beds and pillows to medical devices, rings in at a whopping $432 billion a year.”

Do genes play a role in whether we sleep well or don’t?

Dr. J has the answer.

Click this link to find watch the video and find out.

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