I've tried every method there is for better sleep. Warm milk before bed, counting sheep, listening to boring podcasts, switching off any screens. They tend to work with varying levels of success. And then there's the different sleeping positions: the starfish, the fetus, the log. But I never know which one actually works best. Getting a better night's sleep depends on so many different variables. However, one thing I didn't know about until recently is that the position of your bed in your room can determine how well you sleep. But what are the best bed positions for sleeping? I've got all the answers you need to help you stop you tossing and turning at night.
Bringing a little bit of feng shui — the ancient Chinese art of aligning yourself with your environment — to the bedroom may be exactly what you need to get your sleep patterns on the right track. If you've tried everything else but have had no luck, then this slightly more niche route might be the way to go. It may take a little while to find the right place for your bed, so don't be afraid of some trial and error, but here's your beginner's guide to bed feng shui, and to getting a better night's sleep.