Sleep, the other gene therapy

The following is an excerpt.

We’ve mentioned before that lack of sleep increases your risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, foggy thinking and a slower reaction time.

But now we know why. When you don’t get enough shut-eye, you damage what’s called gene expression, the translation of basic info encoded in your genes into protein production that, in turn, sends out messages that influence how every cell in your body operates.

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