#1 SLEEP IN THE DARK
At night, when its dark, your body produces
the hormone melatonin. Melatonin helps you sleep and regulates
your mood. Light makes your body think it’s daytime. If you
sleep with the lights on or the TV, your body won’t make enough melatonin.
So you won’t sleep well, and you’ll get moody or angry or depressed.
FOG YOUR BRAIN WITH EMFs
EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) surround
the electrical stuff in your room like your TV, computer, and power strips.
Too much exposure to EMFs can give you brain fog and make it hard to concentrate
when you try to study or take exams. And your grade point average could
go in the toilet. You can reduce your exposure to EMFs by keeping your body
at least one foot away from your TV, computer tower, and power strips.
YOUR BED IN A POSITIVE DIRECTION
Everybody has 4 positive sleeping directions
and 4 negative directions determined by the year you were born and your gender.
Sleeping with the crown of your head pointed towards one of your 4 positive
directions helps you sleep better and keeps everything in balance. When
you sleep in a negative direction, everything gets wack. Get your best sleeping directions right now.