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There’s nothing better than settling into your cozy, comfortable bed at the end of a long day and enjoying a restful night of sleep. We spend a good chunk of our lives sleeping so that our bodies can relax, reboot and regenerate. The most important part of getting a good night’s sleep is to have a solid bed, comfortable mattress, high-quality pillows and luxurious and cozy bedding. Did you know that your sleeping position can say a lot about your individual personality? The way that we choose to sleep at night is an intimate representation of what we find comfortable and an honest expression of who we are. Research has found that the body language you portray when you’re asleep can relate to personality traits that you show when you’re awake. Let’s go over a few of the most common positions and explore what your sleep position says about your personality. 

The Fetal Position

In this sleeping position, you sleep on your side with your legs curled up underneath you. This is a very popular sleeping position, and it makes sense since every person starts out in this position before birth. The person who prefers the fetal position when asleep has a tough exterior but hides a shy and sensitive personality from the rest of the world. The fetal position is a comforting position and a cozy way to snooze day or night. This position is also one of the best ways to align your spine and alleviate back pain. It is known to cause some strain on your neck, but with a proper pillow and high-quality mattress you can avoid tension and issues. 

The Log 

The log sleeping position is when you rest on your side with your legs extended straight and your arms by your side. This is also a very popular sleeping position and it indicates a person who is social, easygoing, carefree, popular and can just go along with whatever life throws their way. This type of sleeper is also known to be very trusting, which can make them seem gullible. Sleeping on your side is highly recommended because it keeps your neck and back in alignment and alleviates back and neck pain. If you add a pillow or blanket between your knees in this position it can further ease up any discomfort. 

The Yearning Dreamer

In this position you rest on your side and your arms are stretched out in front of you, like a mummy. People who sleep in this position tend to be open and inviting, but also suspicious of new acquaintances. The yearning dreamer is also slow and deliberate when they make any new decisions and will take their time weighing the pros and cons, but once they reach a decision their mind will be set. This position is helpful for individuals who suffer from hip or back pain. 

The Back Sleeper

A person who prefers to sleep on their back with their arms straight down at their sides is someone who is strong, focused, reserved and holds themselves to higher standards than others. These individuals likes to be organized and structured and they take everything very seriously. This position allows your neck and back to be in proper alignment and decreases the chance for premature wrinkles. 

The Shooting Star

In the shooting star position, you lay on your back with your legs stretched out and your arms up above your heard, almost like a starfish on land. This is probably the least common sleep position and is indicative of people who are unconventional, but extremely loyal, supportive friends and will often go out of their way to help. People who sleep in this position are very selfless and giving and are also known to be good listeners. To make this position more comfortable you may consider placing a pillow under your knees for extra support and to alleviate stress on your lower back. 

The Stomach Sleeper

If you sleep on your stomach with your arms wrapped around your pillow and head turned to one side, you are a stomach sleeper. This position is utilized by people who are bold, playful and very social, but who are not very good at taking criticism, are secretly anxious and crave control. This position increases the risk of back and neck pain because it puts strain on your spine. The best way to make this position comfortable is to use a very soft pillow or no pillow at all so your neck rests at a more comfortable angle. 

No matter what sleeping position you choose, establishing healthy sleep habits and creating a safe haven in your bedroom free from distractions is the best way to achieve the sleep that you need and deserve. 

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