New Delhi, Table of Spirituality. Vastu Tips for Sleeping: At present, from children to the elderly, one finds the habit of sleeping late and waking up late. This habit is not only bad from Ayurveda point of view but also this habit is considered inauspicious in Vastu Shastra. Some rules for sleeping and getting up have been mentioned in Vastu Shastra. Taking care of who remains happiness and prosperity in the house.
what is the best time to sleep
One should sleep after three hours from sunset, that is, about three hours. While sleeping, your head should be at least three hands away from the wall. Even sleeping at night is not considered auspicious. Also, it is not good for health.
in which direction should the head be
From Puranas to astrology, it has been said that it is very important to take care of direction while sleeping. You should always sleep with your head facing east or south. This increases wealth and age. Also, one should never sleep facing west and north. Because by doing this there is a possibility of increasing disease.
what mistakes to avoid
Many people have the habit of falling asleep sitting on a sofa or chair. This is not good from both health and vastu point of view. Eating sitting up in bed is also considered unfavorable. Tilak should not be applied to the forehead while sleeping.
What to keep in mind when getting up
Getting out of bed in the morning, one should get up on the right side and leave the bed. Leaving bed suddenly puts pressure on the heart, increasing the risk of heart attack. According to the scriptures, when getting up in the morning, one should first bow down and touch the ground, then keep one’s feet on the ground. This scriptural rule is also based on this principle of science.
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