The gene BTBD9 comes to life in the form of a woman just waking up from a nap. She explains that she is responsible for sleep movement and may affect how much you twitch when you sleep. The average person moves about 13 times per hour while asleep, so if that piques your interest, 23andMe invites you to learn more about your genes with one of its genetic reports.

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