Unveiling at the same time every night can be explained according to traditional Chinese medicine.
While we sleep our body continues to perform processes that help us regulate our bodily functions, so waking up at dawn ? can be a sign that something is wrong.
There are many people who have healthy sleeping habits, but after a certain day, without apparent explanation, their rest is affected. Doesn’t it happen to you that you always get up at the same time at night? Well, that is not the result of chance. According to traditional Chinese medicine, each organ of our body has a time slot in which it works with greater intensity to regenerate naturally.
East biological clock ⏱ It can be very useful to know which organs work during the night and relate it to the fact of waking up at dawn. At night, the gallbladder, liver, lungs and large intestine are regenerated. We will see between what time slots these processes occur and the causes of problems falling asleep.
I have trouble sleeping between 9 and 11 at night.
This could be a sign of stress. Try to relax half an hour before the time you want to sleep avoiding annoying noises and lights. ? If you have a TEC MOON with IMS ENERGY ™ at home, the relaxing massage will help you fight it and fall asleep much faster. You can also check these tricks to fall asleep. ?
The consequences of having high stress are very negative. ?? They translate into a rise in the cortisol hormone, a hormone produced by the adrenal glands that serves to increase blood sugar levels. The problems derived from having high cortisol can be weight gain, especially in the upper body, insomnia or bone fractures, especially in the spine and ribs.
I wake up between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m.
If you have been waking up for a while between those hours, your sleep problems may be caused by gallbladder, which is located under the liver and is responsible for storing bile, necessary to digest fats. Control fat intake and eat in a healthier way. ?
In addition, some of our emotions are linked to the gallbladder, so if you suffer from situations of anxiety, resentment, low self-esteem or some emotional disappointment (among others), you may wake up between those hours.
I wake up between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m.
These hours are the most active for the liver. Waking up between 1 and 3 in the morning can be a sign that this organ does not work properly. The liver cleanses and removes wastes from the blood, and waking up at that time may result from a blockage due to accumulation of waste.
To facilitate the performance of their functions try to drink more water and reduce the amount of alcohol cafe and caffeine. Foods such as artichoke or citrus skin ? help dissolve fats.
And not only that. Like the gallbladder, the liver is also connected with some of our emotions and can be a sign that you are accumulating anger and suppressing it, or having problems with frustration.
I wake up between 3 a.m. and 5 a.m.
This time slot affects the lungs. During these hours blood and oxygen are pumped to the muscles, and the oxygen in the cells is replenished. If you wake up between these hours you may have problems associated with the lungs, such as pneumonia or asthma, breathing difficulties or obstructions due to mucus, and you may experience coughing or sneezing frequently.
In this case you should improve the ventilation ? of the room, even leaving the window open a few moments, or assess the incorporation of a humidifier ? that allows the air you breathe to be less aggressive to the airways.
Getting up at this time is also associated with emotions of sadness, ? remorse or nostalgia.
I wake up between 5 a.m. and 7 a.m.
Waking up at this time without an alarm clock and without it being the time we get up to work can be associated with an imbalance in the large intestine. From the physical point of view, it is a consequence of poor diet or constipation problems.
Psychologically it can be due to an emotional blockage, stress at work, or factors that worry you and that do not let you rest properly.
Do you wake up at any of these hours? In any case, we remember that this is not the result of any scientific study, but of theories that traditional Chinese medicine has developed based on observation and the relationship between body and emotions.
What we can assure is that not getting enough sleep can negatively affect both physically and mentally. Sleeping well helps you to be more focused and improves memory, helps to optimize our physical performance and immune system, and also reduces the risks of obesity, heart problems, depression and hypertension.
Likewise, our productivity at work is also affected by sleep due to unwillingness, irritability or increased anxiety caused by lack of rest.
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If you have insomnia or some other pathology that prevents you from sleeping, we listen to you. Leave your comment and we will be happy to advise you and offer you the best solution to get you back to sleep.