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Find Out What Your Sleeping Posture Says About You

Find Out What Your Sleeping Posture Says About You

The way you conduct yourself says a lot about the person you are. Even if you may try to create an impression about yourself, your body language can give away many traits of yours. But did you know that the way you sleep also sends out many non-verbal communications? Find out what your sleeping position reveals about you.

 

The Foetal Position

This is the most common sleep position, wherein the sleeper might hug a pillow or a stuffed toy. Those who sleep in the foetal position are described as being very emotional, artistic and sensitive and usually have intense relationships. A semi-foetal position is considered the optimal sleep position for comfort and body alignment.

“The Yearner” is another variation of this position, with the arms outstretched in front of the body as though the person sleeping is reaching out or “yearning.” People who sleep in this position are described as having open natures with a hint of cynicism or suspicion. They take a long time to make decisions, but once they do, they’re unlikely to change their minds.

Free Fall

It is observed that people who sleep on their stomachs with their hands around the pillow and their heads turned to one side, are usually brash. Despite their outgoing personality, they are pretty soft in the heart and dislike criticism. They are also like to be stubborn, persistent and goal-oriented.

Starfish

People who sleep in a prostrate position are observed to be the sort who make friends easily. They are good listeners and easily offer help. They are authoritative, and offer excellent advice. They are likely to snore and breathe poorly during the night. If you are overweight and sleep in these positions, you might suffer from sleep apnoea.

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