According to body language expert Robert Phipps, there are 4 main types of sleep positions.
The foetal position is the most common sleeping position. This is when you have your knees curled up to your chest, your arms tucked in together and the head lowered. People who sleep in this position are returning to a safe comfort zone to de-stress themselves. Foetal sleepers are conscientious, ordered but tend to overthink things and worry without reason. Foetal sleepers often deal with the previous day’s issues whilst asleep.
These single positions tell us about our personality but what about when we sleep with a partner? Here are some findings:
Couples' Sleep Styles
What kind of sleeper are you? Turns out, I'm a Foetal sleeper - and the description here is definitely accurate!
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