The way our body expresses itself and reveals our personality is simply amazing. Our body language is a clear reflection of what we probably hide from others. Our gestures, body movements, and facial expressions are simply the mirror of who we really are. But, can our bodies transmit an image of our personality when we are sleeping? The answer is surprisingly YES!
You might be shocked to read this, but your sleeping position goes beyond lying on your left side or your back. Actually, when you unconsciously prefer a sleeping position it is a sincere expression of who you are.
Whether you prefer to stretch out across the bed or simply sleep on your back, the way you sleep uncovers many secrets about your personality. Take a look at the following slides to know what kind of sleeper you are.
As it is reflected in the name, a skydiver position is when your arms twist your pillow while you’re sleeping on your stomach and your head is on one side. If you are a skydiver sleeper it means that you have a playful, flexible, and amusing personality.
You tend to be to-the-point most of the time when it comes to what you want, and you’re not afraid of new experiences. People may assume that you’re full of energy and a determined person, but that does not deny the fact that skydivers may lose control of a situation and they are anxious when new people are around.
The word skydiver reflects adventure and fun, and those are the main features of people who sleep on their stomachs. But remember that this sleeping position may not be comfortable especially for your neck and could cause back pain.
This is an ideal sleeping position for people who like to go camping and sleep under the stars. People who like to sleep with their arms behind their heads while lying on their backs tend to be very active and energetic, they take quick but powerful naps when they’re “stargazing” which helps them to maintain their vitality.
Concerning personality, stargazers are generally helpful and positive, they are extremely loyal and family for them is a priority. They like to support their friends no matter what the situation is. They are free and reliable whenever someone needs them.
Generally, this sleeping position is quite comfortable, but it may increase snoring and other sleep issues. It is recommended to place a blanket or a pillow under the knees to make this position better and more restful.