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Can you fall asleep easily at night? A lot of people can’t, and we have already mentioned it in a recent video.
If you can fall asleep easily, but wake up in the middle of the night for no reason at all, you need to watch today’s video!
Did you know that adults, in general, need 7 to 9 hours of sleep daily to keep their body functions in check? Waking up in the middle of the night is considered a type of insomnia, and it can mess with your health.
Sometimes, we do wake up during the night and have trouble going back to sleep. But, if it happens too frequently and you are always tired during the day, it may be a sign of a problem.
Have you ever noticed that we usually wake up around 1 to 5 in the morning?
The reasons for interrupted sleep can be many: From 1 to 3 A.M., it might be a liver issue. From 3 to 5 A.M., the issue might be your lungs.
In both cases, we recommend you schedule a visit to a doctor to investigate the causes of your insomnia.
Besides, you can also use these tricks for a better sleep:
Don’t smoke or drink coffee in excess after 4 P.M.
Regularly exercise, and do physical activities at least 5 hours before bedtime.
Maintain a routine to sleep and wake up every day at the same hours.
Turn off all electronic devices before going to bed.
Keep your room cool and dark.
Try it and share the results with us!
0:00 Why You Are Waking Up in the Middle of the Night
1:00 Causes of Waking Up From 1 to 3am
1:56 Causes of Waking Up From 3 to 5am
2:44 Tips and Tricks for a Better Sleep
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