Sleeping positions reveal a lot about relationships. But most people are not aware of this fact. When you fall asleep, the subconscious part of the brain takes over. This means that you do things while asleep without knowing. The position you take while asleep with your partner shows your personality. Here are some sleeping positions and what they say about your relationship.
In this position, partners sleep with one facing and in contact with the back of the other. The person spooning matches the shape of the other as they sleep. According to Patti Woods, an expert in body language, this position is highly intimate and most common in a new relationship. This is the position that says, “I Trust You” in a relationship. It also means that both of you have a high level of intimacy.
Leg hug position
As the name suggests, partners sleep while their legs are interlocked. It shows that the partners are very close to each other. Most of the time, they can understand each other without much talk. This position says that couples are one in two and hard to separate. The leg hug shows that you are a great team together.
Back to back position while in contact
In this position, partners spend the night facing opposite sides but with their butts in contact. It is a very common position among couples. Although this position may not seem very romantic, you will be surprised that it is a reflection of love. This is the position that speaks relaxation and comfort between couples. For more surprising facts about sleeping positions and what they say, read more here and thank me later.
The unwoven braid
This position takes two stages before partners fall asleep. First, the couple intertwines for some time and when they fall asleep, each takes any sleeping position without knowing. The position is a show of trust between lovers. Besides, couples sleeping in this position are relatively independent and like it that way.
Bed space dominance
Some partners have the habit of sleeping in a position that takes most of the bed space. This makes it difficult for the significant other to sleep. Sometimes you may fall out while sharing a bed with such partners. Others may take the blanket entirely for themselves. If your partner dominates the bed most of the time, it could mean that they are selfish.
Sleeping positions reveal much about a relationship. Whether your partner chooses to take that position or it just happens naturally, it has something to do with their personality. However, this is not a reason for breaking up. You can improve your relationship now that you can understand the character of your spouse.