A bad sleeping position can wreak havoc with our dormant indulgences and broken sleep or insomnia can be one of the most debilitating experiences to live with. It makes us sluggish, slow, inefficient and irritable. We are unable to be productive and even the magical elixir of caffeine can’t make a dent in our miserable demeanour. Each of us sleeps in our own way and our own position. Rarely do we find that people have an ideal sleeping pattern or repose that fits the ‘perfect position’ prescribed by mattress companies and pillow manufacturers. Many of us may believe that we sleep like a Disney Princess, calm and serenely laid out on a bed with hands demurely placed on top of our torso. When in reality most of us are more likely to resemble a Tasmanian Devil, sprawled with limbs akimbo and having wedged ourselves into some sort of contorted yoga-esque position that Houdini would be proud of.