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Truth Analysis About Sleeping Position and Personality

Updated on June 21, 2019
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Everybody needs their share of sleep. When we lie in bed to take a nap we take a position that is comfortable. The position we take while we sleep has an association with our personality. An individual can get good sleep only if he/she is comfortable in their position while sleeping. Every person may take different positions while sleeping, however every person possesses a main position while sleeping. Our sleep position helps us relax and rejuvenate. Some of us may have the tendency to roll over in bed before we fall asleep. We roll about in bed until we find the perfect sleeping position.

Sleeping Positions and their Association with Personality

When we find the most comfortable position; more times than not we sleep like babies. The surface we sleep on may determine the sleep position we take. For instance most people that sleep on their tummy sleep on a soft bed or soft mattress. Everybody has their favorite sleeping position. When you hit the bed you invariably get into your favorite sleeping position as you sleep. Indeed, sleeping positions do reveal the personality of a person. The way you sleep says a lot about the person you are. The position you take when you sleep is indicative of the type of person you are in everyday life.

The lines below provide a detailed truth analysis about sleeping position and personality. If you want to express your views and opinions about different sleeping positions and their association with personality, feel free in the comments section.

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Sleeping on One Side with a Knee Bent

Individuals that sleep on one side with a knee pointing upwards towards their chest usually have one of their arms stretched and the other over the stretched arm diagonally. Sometimes the hand that runs over the stretched arm is placed under the pillow.

Personality Traits: People that sleep on one side with a knee bent are

  • Tense in tight situations
  • Hyper
  • Nervous
  • Fussy
  • Finicky
  • Conscious about appearance
  • In two minds about a big decision
  • Always complaining
  • Always on the run

Truth Analysis and Meaning: This sleeping position is known as the running position. If you visualize this position it appears the person is about to run. This sleeping position suggests a person is always on the move. It reflects a great deal about how such a person goes about in everyday life. These persons are up and ready for anything life throws at them. Persons that take this position while sleeping are known to move forward and dwell less in the past. However, these persons also have a tendency of running away from relationships.

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Sleeping on your Back with Your Arms sticking to Your Sides

Few people sleep on their back with their arms sticking on their sides. It’s a position that’s developed since childhood. Acquiring this sleep position could be due to lack of space to spread hands. If more than two persons have been sleeping on a bed during childhood there is a chance of acquiring this sleeping position through adulthood.

Personality Traits: People that sleep on their back with their arms sticking on their sides are

  • Observant
  • Introverts
  • Thinkers
  • Good Listeners
  • Shy
  • Quiet

Truth Analysis and Meaning: Individuals that sleep with their arms sticking on their sides do not move about in their sleep. They love restricted spaces which throws light on their introvert nature. These individuals do not like to be under the spotlight and rather love to observe and see others hog the limelight; it reflects their shy nature and laid-back attitude. People that take this sleeping position love simple things in life.

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Sleeping on Your Stomach

This is a popular sleeping position with teenagers globally. In this position the person lies flat on the stomach with hand or hands tucked under the pillow. If one hand is tucked under the pillow the other hand lies in a stretched position at a slight angle. Sometime both hands may be spread at a wide angle.

Personality Traits: People that sleep on their tummy are

  • Outspoken
  • Bold
  • Brash
  • Dominating
  • Self-Centered
  • Arrogant
  • Adamant
  • Non-compromising
  • Not open to others views
  • Opinionated

Truth Analysis and Meaning: Individuals that sleep on their tummy are known to be defensive. The fact that they sleep on their tummy throws light on the fact that they are not open to suggestions and views expressed by others. Showing your back to someone reflects proud nature of a person. This sleeping position also suggests that the person may be argumentative and fights over little things.

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Sleeping with a Blanket covering the Entire Body

Some people cannot do without a blanket. These individuals love to clutch onto their blankets and cover themselves during every season. It doesn’t matter if it’s summer, winter, spring or rainy season, these individuals love their blanket at all times when they sleep. Most blanket users love to clutch the edges of their blanket as they sleep.

Personality Traits: People that sleep with a blanket covering their entire body are

  • Secretive
  • Deceptive
  • Introverts
  • Loners
  • Known to get stressed over little things
  • Known to keep all their troubles within
  • Known to portray a tough image to hide their soft/mild nature

Truth Analysis and Meaning: People that take this position while sleeping are known to conceal various aspects of their life. These individuals may pretend to be what they are not. They take refuge in deception. These individuals become habituated to dwelling in the past and do not share their burdens or troubles with friends and family. They love to live their lives wearing the mask of deception. These people bring about that happy face to hide their insecurities and pain. These people feel afraid to speak their mind and wear multiple personalities in accordance with the people they meet.

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Sleeping on Your Back with Arms Spread and Legs Spread

Individuals that sleep with their arms and legs spread occupy a lot of space and usually sleep alone. This is a sleeping position associated with contentment. It is known to be a sleeping position associated with happy and content people.

Personality Traits: People that sleep with their arms and legs spread are

  • Peaceful
  • Loving
  • Liberal
  • Nosy
  • Content with what they have
  • Known to do what they like
  • Spontaneous with their decisions
  • Easy-going
  • Gossipmongers

Truth Analysis and Meaning: People that take this position while sleeping are known to live life by their terms. Nobody can hold the reins of their life. They make their own rules and terms, and love living life in accordance with what they feel is right. Persons that sleep in this position do not allow others to come into their life easily. These guys are happy with the moment and content with what they have at that moment in life. Since these people do not allow others to come into their life, they feel lonely and are often found to be inquisitive about what’s happening in the lives of others.

Sleeping on your Back with Hands tucked under Pillow or Head

Although this is a relaxed sleeping position, people that take this position as they sleep tend to get cramps on their hands due to restricted circulation of blood. Sometimes a person may have one hand tucked under the pillow or head and the other hand lying on the stomach. Also, individuals that tuck one hand under the pillow or head may also alternate between right hand and left hand position regularly.

Personality Traits: Individuals that sleep with hands tucked under their pillow or head are

  • Go-getters
  • Relaxed
  • Friendly
  • Love their Family
  • Caring
  • Helpful
  • Known to throw surprises
  • Intellectual

Truth Analysis and Meaning: Though these individuals may not be attached to family and friends, they are approached by family and friends in times of trouble. These individuals have the knack of handling complex situations and helping calm down individuals that lose their cool when angry. These individuals will go out of their way to help out people in times of trouble. These individuals may not be friendly, but their helpful nature in different circumstances is what people around them appreciate. These individuals do not expect anything for a favor done; they are driven more by heart and less by mind.

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Sleeping in a Curled Up Position

The curled up sleep position is also known as the fetus sleep position because of the similarity in shape during the position. The habit of sleeping in a curled up position (where you roll up like a ball) arises from sleeping in small spaces. Individuals that sleep on the couch as they watch TV get habituated to the curled up position.

Personality traits: People that sleep in the curled up position are

  • Timid
  • Protective
  • Vindictive
  • Jealous
  • Unforgiving
  • Known to have suppressed anger
  • Sensitive
  • Selfish
  • Possessive

Truth Analysis and Meaning: The percentage of women that curl up as they sleep is higher than the number of men that do the same. Individuals that sleep in this position usually cling on to something, could be a pillow or a soft sheet mattress. Also, many teenage girls cuddle up with a plush toy in the curled up position as they sleep. This is a sign of being possessive and selfish, not wanting anybody to have what you have. Clinging onto something as you sleep also suggests a person is not ready to forgive and forget a person from the past.

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