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TOKYO – If you find that you can not get out of bed in time every morning, you may be able to blame your genes, a new scientific study has been found.
The rich research of the genetic information collected from the 23andme DNA and British "biobank" test website has made a better understanding of what makes a "lark morning" or "night" -night".
"This study is important because it confirms that choice for morning or evening, at least to a degree, is set by genetic reasons," said Michael Weedon, a professor at Exeter Medical University, leading the search.
The survey is the largest one – it looked at data from almost 700,000 people – and found that big things were more closely related to people sleeping and sleeping. awaken than before.
Researchers were familiar with 24 seconds connected to sleep, but the new survey published on Tuesday in the Natural Communications and 327 games magazine was discovered.
The study also showed that there is a higher risk in mental health problems such as schizophrenia for those with a breeding season to sleep later, ask the authors that more work was needed to understand the link.
The first stage of the investigation was & # 39; including exploring the genes of people who reported themselves as "morning makers" or "an evening party".
Because those terms are that & # 39; means different things for different people, researchers investigated a smaller set of participants who used administrative activity.
They viewed information from administrators with more than 85,000 participants in the UK Biobank to find outline about their sleeping patterns.
They found that the genes that they identified during a normal human upsurge could be up to 25 minutes, but there was no clear link between the genes and how long or as good as people did; to sleep
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The study also examined why some genes affect it when people are experiencing; sleep and wake up, & # 39; Find differences in the way in which the brain reacts to light and its; using internal clocks.
In order to determine long-term fabrics about the links between sleeping patterns and special illnesses, researchers analyzed the relationship between "morning" and "evening" and a number of serious dangers.
They found that the genetic look of sleeping and sleeping is more likely to be linked to a lower risk of depression and schizophrenia, and a good interest.
However, Weedon found that it was not clear immediately if the connection was a direct result of being a "maiden", or caused by builders easier time in the working environment 9-5.
Researchers are expected to look at "late afternoon benefits if they are active in the morning, compared to those with genocide and activity are aligned," he said.
The study did not find evidence of a causal link between genes that affects sleeping times and metabolic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes.
But more research will look at its & # 39; case in individuals who are worried about natural sleeping with their lifestyles.
"For example, do people with late afternoon people just start up early because of work promises that are particularly susceptible to obesity and diabetes?" the study wants.