External and involuntary factors can wake you up at night. This could be a pressing need to go to the bathroom, thirst, the neighbors making noise, or your children waking up.

They're annoying, but these awakenings are not considered a sleep disorder. On the other hand, the fact that you can't fall back to sleep quickly is a sign of one.

This could be due to several aspects such as insufficient sleep pressure, certain habits that keep your brain alert (food, screens, caffeine), too much stress, etc.

By working on the aspects that maintain insomnia, you can improve the quality of your sleep, despite these external factors. This is what the Moonoa program offers you ;)