Everyone has heard about the silent messages we send through our body language, but what many people don’t know is that our sleeping position can reveal a lot about who we are while conscious. In fact, many scientists believe that a sleeping person’s body language never lies.

Moreover, the position in which we sleep may also have positive or negative effects on our health.

You’re wondering what does your sleeping position say about you? According to science, here’s what each position means:

sleeping positions personality

1. Sleeping on your back

Sleeping on your back is also known as the “Soldier” position. People who sleep in this position tend to take themselves very seriously and are very structured. They are often reserved and quiet, and they will set high standards for themselves and others around them. According to doctors, sleeping on your back is the best position for back and neck health. However, this position also has a downside – these people are often snorers which can make them prone to sleep apnea.

2. Fetal position

According to a study conducted by Professor Chris Idzikowsk, the director of the UK Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service, the fetal position is the most common sleeping position. It is characterized by sleeping on your side with your legs curled up. Usually, people who sleep in this position stay in one corner of the bed and like to sleep next to a wall. According to science, sleeping in this position means that a person is thick-skinned and tough on the outside, but very shy and sensitive on the outside. Although these people may seem shy at first, they tend to relax quickly and are warm, organized, and conscientious.

3. Sleeping on your belly

Sleeping on your belly with your head to the side and your arms wrapped around a pillow is also known as the “Freefaller” position. As the name implies, freefaller sleepers have open, friendly, and playful personalities. They can also be brash at times. Although they seem free-spirited most of the time, they are secretly anxious and are very sensitive to criticism.

4. Sleeping on the side

This sleeping position is characterized by sleeping on your side with your legs stretched out or slightly bent. It can be distinguished from the fetal position as the body tends to be more relaxed, not curled up in a ball. According to science, people who sleep in this position have an analytical mindset, are stable and reliable. They also find it very easy to adapt to any situation in life and like to be a part of the crowd. Finding a pillow that fits may be very challenging.

5. The Snorer

Although this is not a sleeping position, but whether you snore or not can reveal something about you. According to studies, people who snore tend to have extreme emotions which manifest in hyperactivity, aggression, or depression. This is probably because they don’t get enough sleep.

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Resources:

littlethings.com

sleep.org

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Everyone has heard about the silent messages we send through our body language, but what many people don't know is that our sleeping position can reveal a lot about who we are while conscious. In fact, many scientists believe that a sleeping person's body language never lies. Moreover, the position...