Most of us have had difficulties sleeping at some point, even simply for one night – but we all understand how much of a struggle it can be. Sleep is essential in life. The fact sleep is important is because it’s quite beneficial to your health. It improves the immune function, and increases concentration, as well as productivity. A good sleeping habit protects people from many diseases and health risks.
But it so happens that time after time, our sleeping schedules get messed up. It’s either an upcoming exam and lots of studying to do, it may even be stress and whatnot. However, it’s important to know the reasons behind a messed up sleeping schedule. If you tend to wake up during the night constantly, and you’re not quite sure what’s bothering you, below you will find a number of ‘messages’ your body is trying to send to you. What you need to do is simply observe the hour at which you most tend to wake up during the night, and read what it means, below.
Waking up between:
9:00 pm – 11:00 pm
If you have trouble falling asleep during this time it may indicate that you are stressed and have had worries during the day. In order to help you sleep, you can do exercises of successive muscle tension. You may also try meditating.
11:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m
If you wake up during this period, it might be a sign that you are experiencing emotional difficulties. Your gallbladder is the first organ that is affected in case you are experiencing abnormal mood swings. Something might be emotionally wrong if you tend to need using the bathroom often during this period of time. Try to think and write down good thoughts during the day.
1:00 a.m – 3:00 a.m
Waking up during these hours might be a clear indicator that you’re angry about something. The liver is one of the most affected organs while you are experiencing anger. Try to meditate and stay hydrated.
3:00 a.m – 5:00 a.m
According to Chinese medicine, waking up during this period of time is linked to the energy zenith that runs through the lungs and is connected with the feeling of being sad. Try to breathe slowly and deeply in order to fall asleep better.
5:00 a.m – 7:00 a.m
If you tend to wake up during this time it might mean that you’re blocking something emotionally. The energy flow is blocked therefore it might affect the lower intestine area. When you wake up at this period of time, stretch or use the bathroom.
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Source: apost.com, themindsjournal.com