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Do you know what position you sleep in? Did you know that your sleeping position can say something about you? Find out what your sleeping position might inadvertently reveal about you at night!
The foetal position is the most common sleeping position. This means you sleep on your side with your legs tucked underneath. With such a position, even though you may look tough on the outside, you're more sensitive and secure on the inside. You may seem shy, but you have a unique appeal.
Pillow-huggers like to cuddle up with a pillow when they sleep. They want to feel safe and protected. These sleepers value family and long-term friendships, are prone to daydreaming, look for new opportunities, and are good at problem-solving.
Skydiver sleepers lie on their stomach with their head to one side and arms around the pillow. Only 7% of adults sleep with this position, and they tend to be straightforward and free-spirited. However, they easily get anxious and desire to have control of a situation.
Stargazer sleepers always sleep with their arms behind their head as if they are gazing at the stars. Such sleepers are more positive and agreeable. Their loyalty to those they cherish is beyond imagination, and they will do anything to help their family and friends.
As in the literal sense, stomach sleepers sleep on their stomach. These sleepers are more sociable but less confident. They can't take criticism very well or easily forget it, which means they are more likely to break down under stressful situations.
The fetal position, sleeping on your side with knees bent towards your chest, is the most common sleeping position in the U.S. These sleepers are more introverted, sensitive, and easily anxious.
The freefallers put their hands up by the pillow, head turned to the side, and lie on their stomach. People who sleep in such a position are confident and straightforward and free to embrace new things. However, deep inside, they desire stability.
When you sleep on your side with your arms in line with your body, you're in the log position. Log sleepers are usually easy going and friendly, but you may seem a little naive because you are too trusting.
The starfish position is open and shut: the sleepers lie on their back and spread their arms and legs in all directions. This group of sleepers is usually selfless, giving others unconditional support. They don't want to be the center of attention, but are typically natural leaders.
Lying on your side with your arms and legs stretched out is the yearner sleeping position. These sleepers are more open-minded and complex. When they set their mind to do something, nothing can stop them.
People who lie on their back with their arms straight down at their side are called soldier sleepers. These sleepers are more reserved, value their privacy, and set up high standards for themselves and others.
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