Waking up in the middle of the night isn’t uncommon. Most people actually awaken several times at night without even noticing because they fall back asleep quickly.
Many people believe that sleeping at the right time guarantees a good night’s sleep. But unfortunately, they often wake up-almost every night between 3 and 5 o’clock in the morning. Sometimes this can cause problems.
The fact that most people wake up at these hours is neither a coincidence nor a setback. It turns out that this makes some sense.
The hours between 3 and 5 a.m. are known as the “Hour of the Wolf,” and they were named after a film by Swedish director Ingmar Bergman.
It is at this time that the body sinks into deep rest and this phenomenon greatly affects the functioning of the body.
For those who sleep normally at this time, they have an hour of deep sleep. But those who wake up at this hour, it means that their feelings and anxiety take over the body.
Our biological clocks work at sunrise and sunset, which means that indicators such as body temperature, blood pressure and metabolism decrease during the night, at 4 o’clock in the morning they are at the lowest level, since this is the phase at which the body is in the deepest calm. But if you suffer from anxiety during these hours, emotions may be too strong and that’s why you wake up.
Here’s a useful tip to help you get the sleep you need. Put your phone into silent mode, because it bothers you a lot more than you think. Then try to understand why you are restless and what problems you have, try to find a solution and sleep peacefully.