Can Your Genes Affect Your Sleep?

Isn’t it crazy how some people can stay energized throughout the day even after getting little to no sleep the night before?

Ying-Hui Fu, a sleep researcher at the University of California in San Francisco, found that some people can get away with hardly any sleep because of their genes. The gene—called DEC2—is relatively rare, but influences an individual carrier’s natural circadian rhythm to change completely.

If you’re more like us and lack the DEC2, then you probably need at least seven hours of sleep every night. But, if you’re having trouble falling asleep and staying asleep, it may be time to seek our help. Let the FusionSleep team of certified sleep specialists help you find a solution and give you better sleep. Just call us today at (678) 990-3962.