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  • This Is The Reason Why You Wake Up At The Same Time Every Single Night

    Ever wonder why you wake up at the same time every night?

    Are you the kind of person who just wakes up in the middle of the night at the exact same time just about every single night? There’s a reason for that. There are things about your human body that are incredibly complex and that serve very specific purposes. Your body, as explained by ancient Chinese medicine, is composed of energy meridians that are deeply connected with your daily bodily functions.

    Your energy meridians are also connected to your body clock system and is in charge of bringing energy to different parts of your body to help you with your day-to-day activities. How your body clock chooses to wake up is an indicator of how your energy meridians work and how your body responds to these energy boosts.

    Find out what it means for you to wake up during a very particular time.

    1. Difficulty Going To Sleep Between 9:00 and 11:00PM

    For the vast majority of people, this is the usual bedtime period. Most people, after having a spent a long and tiring day performing various tasks and activities, would be dead tired during this period of the day. However, when you find yourself as a member of the unlucky few who will have difficulty sleeping at this time, then that is an indication of high levels of stress in your system. You have plenty of worries that keep you awake at night, and they continue to race through your mind, not allowing you to rest at all. To help you sleep, you should engage in some simple meditation and relaxation exercises to help calm your nerves.

    2. Waking Up Between 11:00PM and 1:00AM

    Ancient Chinese knowledge says that during these hours, energy meridians are heavily focused on a body’s gall bladder. If you find yourself constantly waking up during these hours, then you are most likely a victim of consistent emotional disappointment. In order to remedy this, you have to start training yourself to engage in self-acceptance and empathy for others. Regain some well-deserved sleep by learning to let go of things that you can’t control, and rid your heart of any toxicity. – Continue reading on the next page