I have one suggestion based on the information provided:
Under the "Metrics" tab on your instance management page, there is a graph showing the average CPU usage of your instance. Notice that there is a sustainable zone and a burstable zone. If your instance CPU usage is consistently in the burstable zone (or if a given burst is too high), you may experience issues with instance availability. Depending on your use-case, it may be worthwhile to upgrade to a more powerful instance type in order to increase availability by remaining in the sustainable zone.
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