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Do You Wake Up At The Same Time Every Night? Here Are Some Surprising Reasons Why
From 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
This time period represents the health and wellbeing of your gallbladder. If you wake up during this period, you may be eating too many fatty foods and are having trouble digesting them. It also means you may being too judgmental and need to lighten up a little with yourself and others.
Solution: Rethink your diet and cut down on how much fat you are consuming. This could help keep your cholesterol levels down and reduce your chances of a heart attack.
From 1 a.m. to 3 a.m.
Your liver is on duty during these hours, and it is doing its job by detoxing your system. The emotions attached to this time frame include feelings of anger and resentment that have gone unresolved for too long.
Solution: Pay attention to what you are putting into your body so your liver doesn’t have to work overtime to keep your system running smoothly. Examine your feelings, and deal with any issues you may have been putting on the back burner.
From 3 a.m. to 5 a.m.
If you wake up during these hours you may want to take a few deep breaths. This is when your lungs are recharging. If your breathing becomes labored, you are being reminded to relax and go with the flow of energy that is directing you.
Solution: Spend more time during the day focusing on your breathing. Learn to focus solely on the air that enters and exits your nose while you are performing deep breathing exercises.
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