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Some people wake up in the middle of the night without any apparent reason. Is this your case?
If you are like this, know that other people go through the same thing.
Sleep interruptions are common when there are worries in your life, constant thoughts, or during a stressful situation. But, other times, it happens without any reason.
And what about when you wake up precisely at one in the morning ? There are some explanations for waking up involuntarily at this hour.
We recently made a video explaining why you should sleep before 11 P.M., did you watch it? Go watch it, it is super interesting, and you will like learning why!
According to traditional Chinese medicine, all people have energy waves in their bodies.
Each energy wave is released by a different organ in specific moments of the day.
When there is a physical or emotional issue, these signs are sent with more intensity, which causes the person to either get sleepy or lose their sleep.
So, waking up at 1 in the morning might be evidence of something wrong with your health.
It is incredible how the body can send us different signs about our physical and emotional states.
So, we all must learn how to listen and recognize these signs to improve our lives.
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