Do you wake up at the same time every night?


What does it mean if you wake up at the same time every night and don’t feel good or can’t get back to sleep?

A little something called the Chinese Organ or Body Clock may be able to tell you what is going on with your body.

Difficulties Falling Asleep Between 9 PM and 11 PM

During this time, the blood vessels or arteries are active. This means any health problems associated with the immune system, thyroid, adrenals, or metabolism could be keeping you awake.

Waking Up Between 11 PM and 1 AM

This time is associated with the gallbladder. This part of the body works to break down all the fat you’ve consumed during the day. Waking up during this time could mean that you need to switch to a diet with healthier fats.

Waking Up Between 1 AM and 3 AM

The liver is being refreshed during this time, and we all know how important the liver is. Waking up at this time could mean that the liver has too much work to do (too many toxins to deal with). Fixing your diet and reducing alcohol consumption will help.

Waking Up Between 3 AM and 5 AM
This is the time when the lungs collect oxygen and move it to all the other systems in preparation for a new day. It is also when they remove toxins that may be present. Waking up and coughing during this time could be a sign that you need to consume healthier food or breathe cleaner air.

Waking Up Between 5 AM and 7 AM, or Feeling Sick at This Time Period

This time is for cleansing and renewal of the large intestine. This makes perfect sense because most of us have a bowel movement at this time. To help with the process, it is important to drink plenty of water.

What do you think? Is this true for you?

Of course there are many other reasons why your sleep can be disrupted depending on your stress levels, emotions and many other factors too.

Justine Laidlaw
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