What is The Reason That You Wake Up Every Night At Same Time?
Waking up in the middle of the night is normal as soon as it’s a natural waking up. But, what does it actually mean if we wake up every night at the same time and we simply don’t feel good?
It is something called the Body Clock or Chinese Organ that is able to tell us what is going on with our body.
The Chinese Organ Body Clock works on the premise that chi or qi moves through the body at different times during the day. Chi moves from one body system to another at different times during the day in order to restore and strengthen. This cycle takes one day or 24 hours and each system has 2 hours of chi charge time.
Thus, if there is some kind of blockage that “stops” the energy flow from organ to organ or from system to system, that blockage could in fact force us to wake up. Emotional, physical, or mental health issues create blockages. Knowing what might be wrong can help us feel better in no time.
Chinese Body Clock Explanation!
Difficulties Falling Asleep Between 9 PM – 11 PM
During this time, the arteries or blood vessels are active. This means any health problems related to the immune system, adrenals,thyroid, or metabolism could be keeping us awake. (source)
Paranoia, stress or confusion could also be keeping our body awake. If we find this to be the case, we should practice some meditation, repeat some calming mantras or do a bedtime yoga routine.
Waking Up Between 11 PM – 1 AM
This time is connected to the gallbladder. This part of the body works to break down all the fat you’ve consumed during the day. Waking up during this period of time means that you need to eat healthier fats. (source)
However, if you are experiencing judgement or feelings towards others or yourself , or resentment, that may be the reason keeping you up as well. It is very important to expel resentment and let go of the mistakes you or others have made. Forgiveness and acceptance are important part of our lives.
You Wake Up Between 1 AM – 3 AM ? What’s the Reason?
During this time the liver is being refreshed, and we all know how important this organ is. Waking up at this period of time could mean that the liver has too many toxins to deal with. Reducing alcohol consumption and fixing your diet will help a lot. (source)
Guilt, anger and rage are associated with this time of the night. An excess of any of these feelings could cause you to wake up. Learn how to release that anger and in any troubling situation try to see clarity.
Waking Up Between 3 AM – 5 AM
This is the time when our lungs do the job by collecting oxygen and move it to the other systems. That is the preparation process for a new day. It could be also present when they remove toxins. Waking up and coughing during this time could be a sign that you need to breathe cleaner air or consume healthier food. (source)
This time is related to sadness and grief. Waking up during this time could mean that you feel depressed because something has happened in your life. It is important to accept these feelings, grieve appropriately, and carry on with your life.
Waking Up and Feeling Sick Between 5 AM – 7 AM,
This time is for renewal and cleansing of the large intestine. Most of us have a bowel movement at this time so it makes perfect sense. It is very important to drink plenty of water. (source)
On emotional plan, this time is associated with a feeling of being defensive, stuck, or impatience about lack of movement or growth in life. This is the perfect time to chant some uplifting morning mantras.
This body clock actually continues throughout the day and there are some things you can do to help the process along.
If you want to learn more, watch the following video!