For both men and women of this age, one common reason for waking up multiple times at night is pressure from the bladder to urinate. It's totally normal to get up once a night during a seven-hour span to relieve yourself. But sleep interrupted by a trip to the bathroom two or more times a night may mean there's something else going on, such as sleep apnea or diabetes.
Sleep apnea could be a cause for multiple awakenings; it's a good thing to look into especially if your male. Common symptoms include loud pervasive snoring, waking up gasping for air, and feelings of exhaustion during the day. Because sleep apnea leads to sleep fragmentation, many sufferers also notice increased memory troubles as well as drastic changes in mood.
Keep in mind that Zeo may not record awakenings from sleep apnea, and can't help with diagnosing breathing issues. However, you can track possible warning signs of sleep apnea as well as bring your Zeo data into a sleep clinic if need be. If you suspect that you may be at risk for apnea, you can take a quick screener quiz here to help asses any possible risk.
Above all, it's important to remember that individual differences in sleep styles and sleep stages are vast; instead of focusing on a specific number, what's more important is how well rested you feel during the day.