Based on a survey conducted, on this site, some of us seemed to be bothered by a mirror facing the bed. Whereas for some others, this is no issue.
Firstly, you could check whether the mirror faces any part of the bed (not just the bedroom). If it does face the bed, do you feel restless or do not sleep well?
If your answer is yes, then, it is best to try and cover the mirror. If so far, you are not affected by having the mirror face the bed.. ie. you can sleep peacefully, then, you should not be affected by it.
There are several ways to `cover' the mirror:
1. A more costly approach is to change the door to a non-mirror door or
2. Buy those off the self opaque film for windows and paste it on to the whole mirror. There are either Do-it-yourself or get a contractor to install it for a fee.
3. Use posters or even gift wrappers and stick it on with scotch-tape it.
On 7/23/2001 11:51:00 AM, Sudarshan Iyengar wrote:
>There is a full length mirror
>in my bedroom. I have heard
>that mirrors (or any
>reflective surface like PC
>monitor screen,ect...) are not
>good in the bedroom. How do I
>minimize the effect of this?
>Thanks a lot!!
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