How To Use Feng Shui To Cure Insomnia

If you suffer from, or have every suffered from insomnia (as I have in the past), you will know how much it can wreak havoc on your daily routine and suck the energy out of you. Knowing how to use feng shui to cure insomnia can be just what you need to get your body clock back into sync with the rest of your timezone.

I should point out right now at the start of this article that for any health issue, including insomnia, it would be negligent to assume feng shui can be the be-all-and-end-all solution to your problems. For any health matter, you should always consult your physician as a first step. However, unlocking the powers of feng shui can be a very beneficial secondary step towards curing your insomnia.

Feng Shui To Cure Insomnia

You have probably tried fixing potential causes of the problem such as secret arrows (often called poison arrows), ensuring you aren’t sleeping below sloping ceilings and overhead beams, etc.

Other things that you should think about are likely causes that you won’t have considered until now. Anything that is plugged into an electrical socket may be causing electromagnetic frequencies in your bedroom. You should unplug nearby lamps, sleep far away from the fuse box of your home.

Also consider changing your hair dryer to use a low EMF (electro-magnetic forcefield) one. Although expensive, these can definitely help because regular hair dryers with motors inside them produce and emit a huge amount of EMF energy directly onto your head, often just before you go to bed at night.

• Avoid having the bed in a corner of the room.

• Avoid having the bed next to a window.

• Changing the wall colors of the Bedroom to pastel or any other soothing colors may help.

• Avoid having the bed directly in line with the door. Also do not sleep with soles of the feet pointing the doorway. This position is known as ‘coffin position’ and is unlucky.

• If you have an attached bathroom, always keep the bathroom door closed and also keep it clean. Make sure you keep the toilet seat down when not in use.

• Use the bedroom only for sleep or relaxation and not for work.

• Keep the Bedroom free of clutter. Also avoid too much furniture in the bedroom.

• Do not have water features in the bedroom.

Eradicating all of these potential offending factors could give you a much better chance of getting a good night’s sleep, so that you feel revitalized for the next day, whether it be at work, a day out or a day spent pottering around the house.