If you suffer from tiredness when you just woken up, this sleep times table maybe a Godsend to you. Scientists have calculated the exact time you need to go to bed to wake up fresh and light. The calculation is based on figuring out sleep phases.

There are two main phases of sleep:

– Non-Rapid Eye Movement (NREM) Sleep (also known as quiet sleep)
– Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep (also known as active sleep or paradoxical sleep

A good night’s sleep consists of five to six such cycles. If you wake up in the middle of deep REM sleep, then you continue to feel groggy during the morning and maybe during the entire day. It is better to wake up earlier and prevent entering the REM state phase altogether.
The best of course, is to wake up just after the REM. This table shows you the times to go to bed and wake up just after the REM phase – the time when you feel the most alert and refreshed. REM sleep is also when you see dreams, which is important for healing. This table shows the times to go to bed and wake up just after the REM cycle.

Research has proved that most, if not all illnesses have psychosomatic roots and sleep problems contribute a lot to developing stress and health problems. To heal we need to learn to identify emotional patterns in the body that lead to disease that creates problems in people’s life. This ability is called Medical Intuition. The process of healing specific emotional patterns that become the root cause of an illness is called Intuitive Healing. If you want to learn more about this topic please look at my fully approved and accredited “Intuitive Healing Practitioner” course.