What are your genetics saying about your sleeping habits?
Your genetic tendencies strongly influence how you respond to sleep improvement techniques and circadian cues.
Understanding your genetic make-up will help you better pinpoint effective ways to improve your sleep.
Good sleep =
- Improved immune system
- Balanced hormones
- Optimised metabolism
- Improved physical health
- Sharper concentration
- Stress management ability
- Better decision making
For example, knowing your genetic chronotype, or tendency to be a night owl or a morning bird, allows you to customise the healthiest and most productive lifestyle.
Our Sleep Report has;
- Cutting-Edge Information for Cutting Edge Sleep Hacks, Risk Assessment, and Disease Prevention
- Comprehensive coverage of all the relevant genes for proper sleep interpretation and recommendations - not just the most popular ones
- Easy to understand descriptions and recommendations - you don't need an advanced degree to use our personalised gene reports
- A focus on optimal health, disease prevention, and education, rather than diagnosis
- Sleep duration
- Sleep quality
- Obstructive sleep apnea
- Restless leg syndrome
- Teeth grinding