Many people report that they wake up every day at the same time at night and are intrigued. Science explains why they wake up in the middle of the night every day, and so does spirituality. See below.
DO YOU USUALLY WAKE UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT? SEE WHAT YOU MEAN
wake up in the middle of the night
In this article we will discuss the physical, emotional, and spiritual explanations for waking up in the middle of the night. According to science, our body has internal biological clocks that govern our bodily functions. Because of this, our physical health and our spiritual well-being are so closely linked. If you are waking up insistently at the same time, your body (physical, emotional or spiritual) may be trying to alert you to some energy that is blocked or misdirected and ends up disturbing the natural balance of your body. Your body has the capacity for self-healing, so it alerts you when something is wrong.
Below is a list of times and possible meanings for waking up in the middle of the night at each time:
WAKING UP (OR NOT BEING ABLE TO SLEEP) BETWEEN 9PM AND 11PM
This is the time when more people try to get to sleep. It is at this time that our endocrine system seeks to balance and supply the enzymes that regulate our bodies, so that our hormones and metabolism work well. If you have had trouble getting to sleep at this time, or waking up at this time, your body may be warning you that you are stuck in escape or fight mode.
This means that you are too caught up in the events of the day that has passed or anxious about what will happen the next day, and your body can’t shut down, getting stressed. We suggest that you pay attention to your diet, do not eat too late, nor in large quantities and heavy foods near going to bed, as this can cause blockages. Practicing yoga, meditation, or repeating positive mantras can help release tension.
WAKING UP BETWEEN 11 P.M. AND 1 A.M.
The explanation for waking up at this time is emotional. The body wakes you at this time because it feels that you are carrying resentments. It happens like this: one dawn you dream (or go to sleep thinking) about this resentment. The yin energy takes a 24h cycle to transform into yang energy, which is highly active. Therefore, 24 hours later, your body supplies you with the yang energy, which reinforces your self-love, so that you recover from this resentment, but at the same time it wakes you up and makes you agitated. So, if you are waking up during this period, get rid of your resentments and take advantage of the energy of self-love yang to free yourself.
WAKE UP BETWEEN 1:00 A.M. AND 3:00 A.M.
This sleep period is very important for detoxification and body renewal. It is in this period that your liver releases and destroys toxins, filtering your blood. If you are waking up during this process, it can be a sign of anger, frustration, feelings of negativity in your life. Your body is drawing attention to this: you are in a negative spiral and need to get out of it. Stay away from problems, view life with greater optimism and pay attention to your feelings and emotions.
WAKE UP BETWEEN 3:00 A.M. AND 5:00 A.M.
In this period of sleep, your lung is working at full throttle. It is flooding your body with oxygen and nourishing your cells. If you usually wake up in the middle of the night at this time, you may be sleeping in very stuffy, closed places, or you should pay attention to your respiratory system. The states of pain and sadness are also related to lung problems, and waking up at this time. Breathing exercises before going to bed can help.
In spirituality, it is believed that waking up every day at a fixed time within this interval can mean that the spiritual world is trying to get in touch with you. It is recommended that you pray or meditate on waking up to get to sleep and find answers in your unconscious.
WAKE UP BETWEEN 5:00 A.M. AND 7:00 A.M.
At this time, the toxins released early in the evening are being removed from your body. The large intestine is active in this period, so having a bad diet or eating too late can make you wake up at this time. If the cause of waking up in the middle of the night is not physical, it may mean that you have emotional blockages that make you stretch your muscles too much (and you may wake up with cramps) or want to go to the bathroom. To do this, release your emotions, stop repressing them.