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Daytime Sleep May Affect Genes
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TUESDAY, Jan. 21, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Sleeping during the day -- a necessity for jet-lagged travelers and those who work overnight shifts -- disrupts the rhythms of about one-third of your genes, a new study suggests.
What's more, shifted sleep appears to disrupt gene activity even more than not getting enough sleep, according to the research.



Do you work overnight shifts, travel a lot, or find yourself napping in the middle of the day?





-Atti
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