Every couple, whether new or old, has a default sleep position. Several studies have shown that the way a couple sleeps together can say a lot about a relationship.
When we are sleeping, our subconscious mind takes over, so our body language while we slumber can represent more than just our preference of comfort. Below you will find some of the most common sleeping positions and what they really say about your relationship.
THE CLIFF HANGER
If you sleep on the opposite sides of the bed, means distance in the relationship. In a case it happens rarely, the couple just needs a good night’s sleep.
This position can reveal that you have problems in your relationship, where one partner needs space and the other needs more intimacy.
Not the sexiest name in the list, but one that indicates a high level of comradeship. Typically, both partners are on their backs, with one resting his or her head on the other’s shoulder.
Because of the strong egos here (people who sleep on their backs are thought to posses big personalities), when one partner complies and lets the other play protector, it means you really understand each other, and indicates confidence in the relationship.
This position (face to face not touching), means one on one contact and conversation.
If the man is on back and the lady is laying head on male’s chest, represents that this relationship is new.
This sleeping position is: face to face, legs intertwined for 10 minutes, or till couple drops off to sleep. Lover’s knot means loving self-reliance, intimacy, and sexual activity.
SPOON MALE INSIDE
Male requires love and care.
SPOON FEMALE INSIDE
Male is caring and protective.
This sleeping position is back to back touching. This implies that the partners are comfy, intimate, and unwinded.
Back to back, not touching, symbolizes that you are linked yet independent.