The traditional Chinese medicine is researching the behavior of our bodies in different periods of the day. They claim that waking up at a certain time of the day or night is a sign of a blockage in certain part of your body and impeded function as well.
The schedule below will help determine which part of the body works:
An average person goes to bed during this period of time, where the endocrine system is loaded with hormones and enzymes which regulate the state. So, if you experience difficulties in sleeping during this interval of time, it means that you can’t relax.
During this interval of time, the body’s energy is converted to Yang which is the energy that prepares the body from the following day. For instance, it helps the body to gain energy, self-esteem and strength.
Furthermore, it is the time when the body absorbs the processed fat, which means that you will find it difficult to fall asleep if you had a heavy dinner.
Between this interval of time, the liver purifies the blood and eliminates the toxic waste. It means it is time for refreshing.
However, if you wake up between 1 and 3 o’clock, it means you weren’t able to eliminate the negative emotions and stress.
Between 3:00 and 5:00, our body is supplied with oxygen, checking whether all the pre-conditions of the body are ready to go after waking up.
This means that if you wake up between this interval of time on a regular basis, you need to do some breathing techniques.
Moreover, it also indicates that you lack oxygen and are unable to breathe properly. This is definitely a sign of some more serious health conditions.
Waking up during this interval of time, it shows that your body has difficulty in digesting the late dinner.