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Sleeping problems could be 'inherited' from your parents, new research suggests 


Added 01-24-20 12:36:03am EST - “Problems sleeping, from struggling to doze off to waking up through the night, are more common in people whose parents have the same issue, a study suggests.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Sleeping problems could be 'inherited' from your parents”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Problems sleeping, from struggling to doze off to waking up through the night, are more common in people whose parents have the same issue, a study suggests.

The evidence suggests loud snoring may be partly inherited too, along with sleepiness during the day.

Researchers asked almost 6,000 middle-aged people and their grown-up children how they slept during the average week.

File photo dated 01/04/16 of a person in bed in the early hours of the morning. Children of parents who suffered from insomnia were about a third more likely than others to be insomniacs too

They found the children of parents who suffered from insomnia were about a third more likely than others to be insomniacs too.

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