The time you wake up is an indicator of your health status.
Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night or suffered from insomnia? If this is happening, you should address it immediately or seek medical attention. Because your current health condition is very alarming. The human body is like an alarm clock. When your body is weakening, it will scream and alert you through daily life signals. Pay attention when your body undergoes unusual changes.
Clocking In with Your Organs
Ever heard that our body’s like a clock? Chinese medicine sure thinks so! It says each organ in our body has its own “time slot” during a 24-hour cycle. Picture this: every two hours, it’s like a new organ clocks in for its shift. And the organ that was hard at work twelve hours earlier? Well, it’s kicking back, taking a break. So, in a way, you can peek at the clock and guess which organ’s currently on duty.
Feeling sick or just a bit off? Maybe it’s one of your organs having a busy moment. And if you’re waking up at weird hours, maybe your organs are dropping you some hints about your health. Here’s a quick rundown:
11 pm to 1 am
Finding yourself wide awake between these hours? Your gal bladder might be the chatterbox. If you’re tossing and turning, it might be asking for fewer fries or maybe a break from all that coffee and wine.
1 am to 3 am
Rise and shine during this slot? Your liver’s likely the culprit. If you’re constantly up at this hour, it’s worth checking in on your liver health.
3 am to 5 am
Consistently waking up between 3 and 5? It’s lung o’clock! Chinese medicine believes that’s when they’re the busiest.
5 am to 7 am
Finding it hard to snooze past the early morning? It could be your large intestine’s way of saying hello. If you’re restless during these hours, your digestive system might need some tender loving care.
So, if you’re popping awake in the middle of the night, it’s not just random. Your body’s trying to tell you