If you struggle to wake up in the morning, your genes may be the reason, a study of British data found. Photo: Alamy If you struggle to wake up in the morning, your genes may be the reason, a study of British data found. Photo: Alamy
If you struggle to wake up in the morning, your genes may be the reason, a study of British data found. Photo: Alamy
Wellness

Are you a morning lark? Or a night owl? Your genes may be to blame, research finds

  • More than 350 genes affect whether you are naturally an early riser or not, British study shows
  • ‘Morning people’ have better well-being and less risk of depression and schizophrenia, it found

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If you struggle to wake up in the morning, your genes may be the reason, a study of British data found. Photo: Alamy If you struggle to wake up in the morning, your genes may be the reason, a study of British data found. Photo: Alamy
If you struggle to wake up in the morning, your genes may be the reason, a study of British data found. Photo: Alamy
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