Around 2 p.m., digestive fatigue sets in, driving us to sleep like crazy, and it can be very tempting to take a quick nap at work, after your lunch break. And yet, once you've gone to bed, you wake up in the middle of the night.
73% of people report waking up at least once a night. These interruptions last from 10 minutes (awakenings considered normal by doctors) to 30 minutes or more (and are then qualified as insomnia).
That being said, waking up early isn't necessarily a bad thing. If it happens a few minutes before the scheduled time, it just means that your sleep cycle is aligned with your alarm clock, which is actually a good thing.
You may wake up earlier because you've satisfied your need for sleep.
However, if you're waking up in the middle of the night, it's best to seek help while you're still young. Indeed, as you get older, these problems tend to get worse.
There are many causes of nocturnal awakening. These include snoring, breathing problems, increased fatigue, sleep apnea and so on. All breathing-related problems can affect your sleep.
While the sedative effect of alcohol will put you to sleep in the first few hours, it will disrupt the rest of your sleep afterwards.
We need to prevent sleep disorders from becoming chronic.