Are you a side sleeper or more likely a back sleeper or even a stomach sleeper? Your sleeping position reveals some of your characteristics. Read, which of your traits are said to be connected with your sleeping position.
Very few people wake up in the same position like they fall asleep in. After all, no-one is lying in bed stiff as a poker. Take your preferred sleeping position when falling asleep and learn what it means:
Did you know that only 13 % actually find this position comfortable? When you are a stomach sleeper you rank among ambitious people and set your goals high. You are a tidy person and always want to do everything perfect. At the same time you try not to put too much pressure to yourself. When you are a stomach sleeper you more likely tend to have erotic dreams. Maybe this is due to the pressure on the sex organs when lying on the stomach.
You prefer sleeping on your stomach and clutch your pillow? Then you are said to be a sociable person but somehow impetuous. Being a pillow cuddler you are looking for support of your fellow human beings. Your family is very important for you. You like to give a sense of safety and security. Unfortunately you tend to forget your own needs.
When you are a side sleeper you are sharing your sleep-characteristics with 59 % of all people. So, this position is the most popular one. People who slightly bend their knees are said to be well-balanced, rely on their intellectual power and are very fairness-loving. All those who strongly bend their knees are said to be emotional, creative and have a hands-on mentality. No matter how and if you bend your knees: side sleepers look for security, in a family, for example.
You roll up during the night and take the embryonic form? Outwardly, you are said to be tough but possess a soft core. At first contacts you seem to be rather reserved but build trust quickly and open up. Your inner strength supports you so that others don’t take advantage of yourself.
People who prefer sleeping on their back are said to be slightly egoistic and have a huge amount of pronounced self-confidence. About 18 % of all people prefer sleeping on their back. But be cautions: sleeping on the back tends to snoring.
No matter, whether you found yourself or not or what your preferred sleeping position is – one thing applies for all: for having a good and restful sleep and especially a relaxed neck, the proper pillow is essential.
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