In fact, many people wake up at three in the morning or a little
later. This is not a mystical or supernatural phenomenon, but
a very common problem caused by a sleep disorder
associated with anxiety.
However, this phenomenon should be explained in detail so that you can
better understand him and confront him. Getting up early in the morning
and the inability to fall asleep can be a very serious problem if
It occurs within a few days. Therefore, it is important to know how
to handle the situation correctly.
- Reasons for getting up at three in the morning
- Anxiety and rise in the early morning hours
- How can this problem be solved?
Reasons for getting up at three in the morning
There are quite a few publications that describe this.
common phenomenon. However, it is worth remembering that there is no
nothing surprising; this is actually a brain response to elevated
the level of anxiety that we feel at that moment. When is that
begins to constantly disturb our sleep, we must take the appropriate
It is important to keep in mind the symptoms that often accompany a rise in
three or four in the morning:
- Awakening from intense anxiety and anxiety.
- Heart palpitations and a sense of danger.
- Return to sleep is impossible. It increases the nervousness,
negative thoughts and insomnia.
- If you still manage to fall asleep again, sleep is very light, and you
wake up feeling tired.
- You wake up at three or four in the morning several times in
Anxiety and rise in the early morning hours
Why do I always wake up at three in the morning?
If during the week you suddenly wake up early in the morning and almost
always at this time, first ask yourself something bothers you
or something bothers you, or you work too much, there is
All of these factors can cause concern, which we often
not even aware, but our brain responds to these problems through sleep.
It’s hard for us to fall asleep, but when we eventually fall asleep, the accumulated
anxiety makes you wake up with a sense of danger.
Let’s look at the problem in more detail:
- Anxiety directly affects the central nervous
system (CNS), which begins to make small changes in the bio and
neuro-chemical systems involved in the sleep-awakening cycle. Everything
it directly changes the stage of sleep (fast and deep).
- As a rule, we go to bed and it’s difficult for us to fall asleep. We are in
end up falling asleep around midnight, but anxiety fragments
our sleep, it’s hard for us to reach the fast sleep stage when sleep is deep
- Our brain interprets this anxiety as a threat and something from
what we have to go. The sensation of this warning makes us with
waking up at about 3 am
- It is the body’s natural response to anxiety and our
neurotransmitters change, causing changes in sleep.
How can this problem be solved?
If the cause of sleep disorders are anxiety, we must
confront these sources of stress and problems that cause
anxious to rest well at night.
- It is important to realize that something is happening. Rise in the middle of the night with
a sense of fear or threat is a sign that something is wrong.
Ask yourself what it is, why it happens in your life, what
bothering you that makes you unhappy and why you feel
yourself in danger.
- Make small changes in life, set priorities and
try to develop new habits to stimulate the brain and
- Try to walk after dinner for at least
half an hour. Walk, breathe deeply, shut off the world,
- When you get home, take a bath and go to bed. Not
worth scrolling in my head: “I need to sleep well all night,
to work well tomorrow. ” This thought creates tension in
to the brain, because he sees in this an obligation: “I must
- Achieve clarity of mind and calm your thoughts.
- Make sure your room is clean, well ventilated and
smells fresh. According to experts, the best temperature for sleeping
is 20 ° C. When the temperature exceeds 25 °, the body
feels uncomfortable. Remember this!