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One likely explanation for waking up at the same time each night is a clear sign of some imbalance in your body that needs to be addressed. Also, this is more of a conscious habit that’s directly connected to our internal systems and rhythms.
In fact, this disturbed sleep-wake is also known as a circadian rhythm that may give rise to serious sleeping problems. In addition, there is a deeper explanation of the cause of these blockages and their meanings.
Here’s the meaning if your waking up at the same time every night:
- 10 pm- 11 pm: Hormones and Metabolism
If you are struggling to sleep, you are probably dealing with too much stress. Thus, may be a sign of uncontrolled stress, endocrine imbalances, or some metabolism issues.
- 11 pm- 1 am: Gall Bladder
The TCM believes that this is a sign when you are depleting the gallbladder’s stores of energy. Therefore, if you can’t sleep in this period, you may be dealing with poor judgment, inability to digest fats, and experience low self-esteem.
- 1 am- 3 am: Liver
Thus, means your liver needs some help, so try to re-balance it. Besides waking up at this time, you might also experience symptoms like headaches, anemia, chronic fatigue, and irregular periods. Plus, there’s a strong bond on an emotional level, that’s linked to anger. Therefore, you also might repress some anger, frustration, or resentment.
- 3-5am: Lungs
The lung is responsible for moving the qi (energy) through the meridians of your body, so if you waking up at this time every night, is often an issue related to tragedies and sadness. In addition, these imbalances might lead to wheezing, coughing, poor immune system, and asthma.
- 5am-7am: Large Intestine
This time of the night is reserved for your bowel movement. In fact, you need to let go of things, both, emotionally and physically.
Here are few tips that will help you establish a healthy sleep routine:
- Stick to a sleep routine, the same bedtime and wake-up time, even on the weekends
- Practice a bedtime relaxing ritual
- If you have trouble sleeping, avoid naps, especially the ones in the afternoon
- Exercise daily, even light exercise is better than no activity
- Sleep on a comfortable bed