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Remedy Your Insomnia With Feng Shui


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You can use the fundamental principals of feng shui to create a serene and balanced ambiance that will encourage rest and relaxation. Feng shui by its self may not alleviate your insomnia, but it can go a long way to helping you get a good night's sleep.

Your bed should be your main piece of furniture. The remainder of the room should be arranged about it. If it is practical, try positioning the bed diagonally. You do not want your feet or head facing in the direction of the door. Avoid positioning the bed beneath something that is hanging down from the ceiling, such as a ceiling fan. Do not sleep directly next to a window.

Limit the number of individual pieces of furniture that you place in your bedroom. Other than your bed, you can have a dresser and a nightstand. Do you really need anything more than that? If you have a computer, television, or other electronic appliances in your bedroom, find another room for them. The bedroom should be a place of quiet, peaceful, relaxation, not a place to check your email or watch the news.

Reduce your clutter and clear out the bedroom. A busy and chaotic room is not a peaceful place. Place the clothes hamper next to the washing machine. Locate a different place to keep your magazines and CDs. Think about selling or getting rid of some of your possessions if you find you don't have enough room for them all. The open spaces will only leave you feeling lighter.

Finally, you should select a color scheme for your bedroom that encourages relaxation. Whatever you do, avoid choosing murky and depressing colors. Instead, pick light colors, pastels, and a neutral carpet or hardwood flooring. Decorate your bed in these light colors and keep away from busy patterns. Your sheets should be of a natural fabric like cotton. Choose artwork that goes with your restful theme.

Feng shui might not be magic, but it can help you to transform your bedroom from a distraction filled mass of chaotic clutter into a sanctuary of peace and tranquility. Without all of the unnecessary distractions from clutter, electronics, or busy patterns, you will be able to relax much more effortlessly.

Carrie Buckles is a professional writer who specializes in the subject of healthy and natural ways of increasing your energy and productivity.

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