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Sleep Health Genetic Disease Risk Report

Sleep Health Genetic Disease Risk Report

Price: $39
Number of Genes Processed in this Report: 
165
Number of SNPs Processed in this Report: 
198
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Overview of Reports

Discover how you can get a better night’s rest by understanding your sleeping patterns, behaviors, and disorders. Unlocking your DNA will provide key insights into sleeping issues that can lead you to revitalize your sleep and recovery.

Reports

Partial Bibliography For Genetic Analysis Category Descriptions Only
TitleAuthorAuthor OrganizationPubmed IDLink 
A Genome-Wide Association Study of Sleep Habits and InsomniaByrne, E, MQueensland Institute of Medical Research23728906
Bruxism (teeth grinding)StaffMayo Clinic
Bruxism (teeth grinding)StaffMayo Clinic
Caffeine and SleepBelenky, GSleepFoundation.org, Sleep and Performance Research Center, Washington State University Spokane.
Caffeine and SleepStaffInstitute for Scientific Information on Coffee
Caffeine consumption, insomnia, and sleep duration, Results from a nationally representative sample.Chaudhary, N, SDepartment of Emergency Medicine, UAB School of Medicine, Department of Epidemiology, UAB School of Public Health27377580
Circadian RhythmsNIH StaffNIH
Classification of HypersomniasHypersomnia Foundation TeamHypersomnia Foundation Team
Genome-Wide Association Analyses in 128,266 Individuals Identifies New Morningness and Sleep Duration Loci.Jones, S, EGenetics of Complex Traits, University of Exeter Medical School27494321
Genome-wide association analysis identifies novel loci for chronotype in 100,420 individuals from the UK Biobank.Lane, J, MCenter for Human Genetic Research Massachusetts General Hospital26955885
Genome-wide association study of HLA-DQB1*06:02 negative essential hypersomniaKhor, SDepartment of Human Genetics, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo23646285
GWAS identifies 14 loci for device-measured physical activity and sleep duration.Doherty, ABig Data Institute, Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery, University of Oxford30531941
GWAS of 89,283 individuals identifies genetic variants associated with self-reporting of being a morning personHu, Y23andMe, Inc., Department of Biological Sciences, San Jose State University26835600
Idiopathic HypersomniaStaffMayo Clinic
InsomniaStaffMayo Clinic
Narcolepsy Symptoms and CausesStaffMayo Clinic
Restless Legs Syndrome Symptoms and CausesStaffMayo Clinic
Sleep bruxism, Current knowledge and contemporary management.Yap, A, UDepartment of Dentistry, Sleep Disorders Multi-disciplinary Care Clinic, Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, Jurong Health Services, Singapore; Faculty of Dentistry, National University of Singapore, Singapore; School of Science and Technology, SIM University, Singapore.27656052
Sleep Disorders in Psychiatric Patients, A Practical Guide - Restless Legs SyndromeLeschziner, G, DGuy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, Reader of Neurology, IoPPN King's College London.
Sleep DurationKline, CDepartment of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Pittsburgh, USA
Sleeping hours, what is the ideal number and how does age impact this?Chaput, J, PHealthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group, Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute, Ottawa, ON, Canada30568521
The neurobiological basis of narcolepsy.Mahoney, C, EDepartment of Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School30546103
The pathophysiology of insomnia.Levenson, J, CUniversity of Pittsburgh School of Medicine25846534
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