The way you sleep and what it means

Science is always emerging with new ideas about the ways that we sleep and what impact we are actually having on our own sleeping health. And yet, many people aren't aware of their own reality - that even their sleeping position can reveal so much about them and their personality. We think that this emerging science is deeply fascinating and wanted to share it with our readers through this blog. Sleeping positions are habitual and something you may have been doing since childhood so that you are no longer conscious of it. We’re going to cover a variety of sleeping positions (e.g. the fetal position) and what they uncover about you. So, without further ado let’s dive into the science behind sleeping positions and help you learn more about yourself. Let’s get into it!

Sleeping Position number 1: The fetal position

This is a very common and well known sleeping position. It is especially common amongst women. If you sleep like this it most likely indicates that you are a sensitive and shy individual. This can be linked to the way the fetal position is associated with being small and compressed like you don't want to draw attention to yourself.

Sleeping Position number 2: Stomach sleepers

People who sleep on their stomachs are more rare than those who sleep in the fetal position. This position is usually characterized by the individual sleeping with their hands up or under their pillow and shows that they like being sociable but also that they dislike criticism from others.

Sleeping Position number 3: Side sleepers

Those who have their arms outstretched and sleep on their side usually have the characteristics of being open natured but suspicious at the same time. Additionally, they stick by the choices/decisions they have made.

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