We all sleep, but did you know that the way you sleep says a lot about who you are as an individual?
For instance, Leonardo da Vinci took 20-minute naps every four hours to recharge his intellectual batteries, Charles Dickens slept facing north because he felt it improved his creativity, and these baby otters make squeaky toy noises as they nap because they’re cute enough to make you squeal.
If you are someone who likes to sleep in a specific position, and sleeping in any other way directly means no sleep at all to you, then worry not, you are not alone. There are many other women who are just like you. Wanting us to count the numbers? Every single one on this planet. However, your sleeping position also says a lot about you whether you sleep straight or relaxed as a baby, it reveals your secrets, let us tell you what.
How do you sleep at night? On your side, back, or your belly? Believe it or not it can say a lot about who you are when you’re awake…
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#1.You Have To Hug Something? :
Need something to hug when sleeping? You are trusting and a little bit TOO open with others. You are also a trustworthy friend.
You’re a calm as well as a trusting person, a little bit too trusting if we say so.
You are a person having a welcoming personality if you nap on your stomach with your hands tucked under your pillow. But, you can be really sensitive sometimes.
#4.Sleeping Like A Straight Board:
This position implies that you are a very quite and reserved person. You also think highly of yourself which by the way is a great trait.
You get irritated a lot, maybe because you don’t get a lot of sleep.
Attention! A person that sleeps in soldier position is one that sleeps on their back with their arms straight down at their side. Solider sleepers also live up to their name, tending to be strong, silent types who don’t like a big fuss. They are very structured and take themselves, and those around them, very seriously. This also means that they have high expectations for themselves and others around them. They have a tendency to snore as well.
The fetal position, in which a person sleeps on their side with their legs curled up, is one of the most popular. In fact, according to a survey performed by sleep specialist Chris Idzikowski, PhD and author of the book Learn to Sleep Well, 41 percent of people sleep this way. If you fancy the fetal position while you catch your Z’s, you may seem to have a tough exterior, but are very shy and sensitive on the inside. They can also overthink a problem and worry unecessarily.