There's no cure yet, but there are solutions.
Sleeping and waking up on time may be easier in the future.
Caltech biologists have performed the first large-scale screening in a vertebrate animal for genes that regulate sleep, and have identified a gene that when activated for too long results in insomnia.
Researchers from UC Berkeley succeed in using optogenetics to immediately induce REM sleep in mice
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