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Is Insomnia a genetic disorder?

Asked by T. Wikati, Last updated: Sep 02, 2019

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K. Wilson

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K. WilsonMarketing Analyst, MBA, Miami
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Answered on Sep 02, 2019

Insomnia, which is a sleep disorder that is usually characterized by difficulty to fall asleep and difficulty to stay asleep has been researched to be a genetic disorder. This is because there are different types of genes that control how much sleep one needs. Any disruption in their arrangement can also affect the way they function. Insomnia can radically affect the functionality of those genes, and this will definitely lead to a genetic disorder.

There are so many causes of insomnia, they are largely as a result of human activities especially during daytime. When you overworked yourself during the day, there is every tendency that you will experience a level difficulty in falling asleep. Also, when you sleep too much during the day, it may disrupt your sleeping pattern during the night. Various symptoms of insomnia include; sleepiness during daytime, anxiety and depression, difficulty to fall asleep and stay asleep

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