The Soldier. If you sleep on your back with your arms by your sides, we salute you. Soldier sleepers are probably quiet and reserved. People who sleep in this position also tend to hold themselves and others to high standards and are more likely to say they sleep this way because it has medical benefits. It keeps your spine aligned. reduces tension headaches. helps chronic conditions by reducing pressure and compression.
The Starfish. Do you sprawl out over the entire bed when you sleep, comfortable and carefree? You might think this makes you a bed hog, but really, starfish sleepers tend to be selfless, giving people. They are always eager to lend a hand to a friend in need and are known to be good listeners. Starfish sleepers may sleep on their backs or bellies. If you experience back pain, consider placing a good pillow or rolled-up towel under your knees to align the natural curve of your spine.
The Freefaller. If you sleep on your stomach with your arms wrapped around your pillow and head turned to the side, you are likely to be bold and highly social, but don’t have very thick skin when it comes to taking criticism or dealing with intense or absurd situations. A recent survey found that introverts reported having a strong aversion to this sleep position. If you do sleep on your stomach, use an extremely soft pillow or none at all, so your neck won’t be at an awkward angle.
Well, hopefully you’ve learned a little more about yourself – or had a good laugh. Remember that no matter what sleep position you choose, establishing good sleep habits and setting up your bedroom for sleep will help you get the quality zzz’s you are seeking.
With individual pocket springs for optimal support and a plush layer of natural latex that contours to the shape of your body, you will be heading to the land of nod in no time!
Try it for 120 nights risk free!*