While we may choose our conscious day-to-day decisions, most of us have sleep habits that we naturally follow. This includes our sleeping posture, which as it turns out, can reveal a lot about who we are as people. Read the following to know more about it.
Which of these sleeping postures comes closest to yours?
This is the second-most popular sleeping position. In this position, you sleep on your side with your legs stretched out and arms on your side. Don’t be fooled by the stiffness of this posture. Such sleepers are very extroverted and easygoing. They can get along with all sorts of people but they aim to be in the A-list. Unfortunately, they are easy to take advantage of as they are very trusting.
This position looks a lot like the log but the yearners have their arms extended outwards in front of them. People who sleep like this are very warm and welcoming, They usually start out being very open but they can end up being suspicious and cynical of others. Not very quick to make decisions, yearners will stick to a decision once they make it.
Such sleepers sleep on their backs with their arms laid straight on their sides. People who sleep like this tend to be the strong, silent types. They don’t make a fuss about things and take things very, very seriously. They are disciplined in their day-to-day activities and have extremely high expectations of themselves and those they know well. They are most likely to be snorers.
The freefaller sleeps on his/her stomach with the head lying sideways; their arms are upwards and may be wrapped around their pillows. Such sleepers have open and friendly personalities, yet they are so matter-of-fact and plain in their talk that others think they are rude. They’re often risk-takers but are also very sensitive to criticisms.
This is the least popular sleeping posture. Such sleepers lie on their backs with legs spread out and hands lying above their heads. People who sleep like this are very loyal friends and prioritize friendships above all. They are natural helpers and will go out of their way to try and help those who are facing problems. They also make good listeners.
In this position, you sleep on your side with your legs curled up; it is one of the most popular sleeping positions as around 41% of people sleep this way. Those who sleep like this have a tough exterior but are rather sensitive. They are also prone to shyness. They have a tendency to over-think about their problems and worry unnecessarily