You often wake up at a certain time during the night and you may have a health problem

The quality of sleep varies from person to person. Some people are sleepy but can’t fall asleep in bed, counting sheep to the ceiling. If you’re lucky, you fall asleep once in a while, but you wake up at 2 or 3 a.m. Why do you always wake up at the same time? What is a good night’s sleep, anyway?

In principle, falling asleep quickly within 30 minutes of going to bed; The number of awakenings after sleeping is less than or equal to 2; Wake up in the middle of the night and fall asleep quickly; If you’re sleeping at these 3 points, you’re sleeping pretty well. If not, it falls under the category of insomnia. What are the dangers of insomnia?

When human body is in morpheus state, the blood volume inside liver can increase, the detoxification ability that can improve liver oneself not only at this moment, still can enhance the regeneration function of liver cell. Correspondingly, if the liver is not adequately rested, it may result in insufficient blood supply to the liver, which may make it difficult for damaged liver cells to be fully repaired, and even lead to the risk of deterioration. At the same time, sleep is also the time when the heart is resting. The heart rate of the human body is about 10~30 times lower than when the body is awake. Adults who sleep less than six hours or more than eight hours have an increased risk of heart attack. This is because the brain, when sleeping, is no more idle than during the day. The brain needs to sort out the information from the day and clear away the metabolic wastes generated by the information. People who suffer from chronic sleep deprivation, whose brains are not properly rested, may be at increased risk of Developing Alzheimer’s disease. Accordingly, the kidney will also be damaged. The filtration rate of the kidney is slower at night than during the day, and the corresponding urine will be reduced. Chronic insomnia may cause rapid kidney decline.

So why do people suffer from insomnia? Knowing this, you will find that when you wake up at a fixed time, there may be something wrong with these two parts of your body.

  1. Waking up between 1 and 3 am can be a sign that your liver is blocked

In traditional Chinese medicine, it is believed that the liver meridian from 1 to 3 o ‘clock in the morning is in season, when the liver hides blood. After a hard day’s work, it is when the blood returns to the liver that the liver needs a full rest. If appear irascience, qi is sluggish wait for a circumstance, can bring about liver gas not free, channel is impassable, can wake up often consequently. The corresponding performance has the head sends out the oil much, the eye is dry, the face is yellow, the tongue is dry and the mouth is bitter, also has the bad breath, the palm is red, the fingernail appears vertical grain, the mood easily fidgets or is irritable, likes the sulk, the belly flatulence, fart many, the stool dry knot and so on symptom.

  1. When you wake up between 3 and 5 a.m., your lungs are likely to become clogged

According to Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), lung function is at its most vigorous from 3 to 5 am when the lung is in season. The lung is the “jiaozang”, the organ at the top of the five zang organs, which is easy to be damaged by bacteria. The corresponding performance still has the hair is scorched yellow, the brow is withered, sparse; Rhinitis, nasal congestion; Dry, coarse pores, colorless skin; Drums in fingers and thickened palms; Cough and pharyngitis; Poor urination and constipation; Symptoms such as snoring and a worsening cough at night.