If you wake up every night at the same time, here’s why

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“The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you. Do not go back to sleep. You must ask him what you really want. – Rumi

Waking up at the same time each night at the same time, without an alarm, can be a sign to pay attention to. You are a human being with energies that circulate without your knowledge through your body.

What about in the East?

According to traditional Chinese medicine, energy flows along the body via energy circuits called meridians. There are 14. The energy moves around the meridians in 24 hours. Meridians govern the great functions of the human body: lungs, heart …

They are essential for practices such as acupuncture or acupressure. These meridians are connected to the biological clock and energize different parts of the body at different times of the day. If you wake up every night between 3am and 5am, it means that the energies of a particular part of your body are blocked or weak.

You have trouble falling asleep between 9pm and 11pm:

It is usually in this time slot that most people go to bed. If you’re struggling to do the same, you’re probably stressed and worried about your day. To help you fall asleep, positive thoughts, meditation and relaxation exercises are recommended.

You wake up between 11pm and 1am:

According to Chinese medicine, it is at these times that the meridian of the gallbladder is active. Waking up at such hours is associated with sentimental disappointments. Accept yourself, share things and forgive others for a good sleep.

You wake up between 1h and 3h:

The meridian associated with the biological clock and the liver starts between these two hours. Waking up at such a moment is linked to anger and excessive stress. Try to drink fresh water and handle the situation that made you angry to sleep peacefully at night. Indeed, the liver, organ of anger, represents the consciousness we have of ourselves.

You wake up between 3am and 5am:

Waking up at this moment is associated with the meridian that circulates in the lungs and reflects the sadness. It is therefore the respiratory functions that are affected. To go back to sleep, breathe deeply and gently and have faith in yourself. From a psychological point of view, it is the limits that have been introduced that may not be respected or even exceeded.

You wake up between 5am and 7am:

At dawn, the energy flow is in the big intestines and emotional blocks are associated. This organ that allows the elimination of toxins represents the power of letting go. Try to stretch your muscles or go to the bathroom, to go back to sleep more easily.

Here’s why you wake up every night at the same time:

This phenomenon is known as sleep inertia. This is a time when your vigilance is impaired during the sleep-wake transition. It can last from a few minutes to a few hours.

You seem awake but you are not in total possession of your movements or your behavior or decisions. Sometimes there are memory deficits or disorientation in time and space.

When you wake up suddenly during the night, the prefrontal cortex is not awake yet. It is the part of the brain responsible for decision-making and self-control. You are not able to think intelligently about such moments, so never make an important decision.

Waking up and achieving the biggest goals

During your sleep, you dream but can also receive celestial messages about your destiny. Dreams can reveal details about the spiritual journey you are going through. As a spiritual being, you must be aware of the signs that your spirit sends you.
Your spirituality can manifest on your body, just like your emotional problems, in the form of pains. This divine spark, which everyone has in him, appears on awakening. You must pay attention.

Whether you believe in spirituality or not, the fact that you wake up constantly between 3am and 5am makes it clear that not everything is going well in your life. Listen to your senses and pay attention to the messages you receive.

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