Here's the scenario: you have a cold. You are fastidious about blowing your nose, drinking soothing beverages and taking elixirs and potions to give you comfort. You lay your head on the pillow each night, perhaps in vain, because you know that sleep will not come easy since either nostril (or both) could shut down at any moment, leaving you with the option of trying to sleep whilst breathing through your mouth. You stumble out of bed. You don't call it "waking up" because that would imply that you had some semblance of sleep. You go to work, blow your nose some more, take more medicine, and throw your stapler at the pink elephant tap dancing on your desk. You may even tell your friends that colors now make sounds. You go home, and repeat your evening process.
And then there is that glorious morning that I call the "a-ha wellness moment" where you wake up refreshed, breathing out of both of your nostrils, and say to yourself "hey, I feel better." You want to take this feeling to the movies and then for a nice steak dinner. Sure, you still cough and sniffle ever so slightly, but you know you have beaten your cold.
I has it this morning.