Sleep patterns and personality
Sleeping at night is very good for the body and reduces physical fatigue. Our need for sleep may change throughout life and at different ages, but everyone needs enough rest. In addition to sleep patterns, how you sleep also affects your health.
In addition to how sleep affects the health of the body, how people rest can be understood as their personality. Sleeping on your back, abdomen, sides, or fetus is a normal sleeping position. In the continuation of this part, we have brought the relationship between the way people sleep and their personality.
1- Like a child
41% of people sleep like children. If you sleep like this, you do not do well outside the home and community, and you are a sensitive person. You are a shy person, but you quickly say your words after a conversation. Women sleep more in this state than men.
2- People who sleep on their side
Some people do not take life and issues hard. They are social and lovable people, although they can be believed quickly.
3- People who sleep on their backs
People who sleep on their backs with their hands on their sides are calm and dignified—wanting glory. These people make difficult decisions and change them after making difficult decisions.
People who sleep on their backs and raise their hands are best friends. They are always ready to listen and listen to what others have to say. They do not like to be the center of attention of others.
5- People who sleep on their stomachs
People who sleep on their stomachs and wrap their arms around pillows are social. These people are among the people who are called a little thin orange.
Those who sleep on the left:
These people are very stubborn and constantly oppose. These people suffer from low blood pressure.
Those who sleep again:
People who sleep again love liberation and freedom; they are comfortable, sleepy, social, moderate, and environmentally friendly.
Those who sleep upside down:
People who fall asleep and wake up in the morning have their feet on the pillow and their heads in the opposite direction.
Those who put their heads on the pillow:
People who sleep on their stomachs and put their heads on pillows are often secretive, tired of the past, always unhappy that they do not want to change their lives.
People who sleep in a bed:
People who sleep, move a lot, and lie in bed are kind, energetic, and erratic and quickly change their minds.
People who sleep on their side and bend their knees:
People who sleep without a pillow under their head and put the pillow between their legs are usually sensitive and lack self-confidence. They are very kind and can express much love to their partner. They get angry very quickly, but their anger soon subsides.
People who sleep on the edge of the bed with their hands hanging:
People who lie on their backs with their hands in the air are usually artists, creative, “special,” and “different” who can be very successful in their careers if they discover and direct their talents.
These sleep patterns prevent neck and back pain and reduce acid reflux.