The way you sleep

Sleeping posture — what does it tell you about your personality? It is said that the posture one normally assumes while asleep tells about the person’s personality.

What is your case?

1. I sleep sideways.

2. I sleep face-down.

3. I sleep face-up.

4. I sleep in the fetal position.

5. I sleep “tied-up” — limps crossed, body-twisted . . .

Sleeping sideways

Those who sleep sideways are calm and peaceful people. They are not overly excitable nor are they particularly sensitive. They are steady, do what they are expected, and get the most they can out of life, but they do not drive themselves crazy while attempting to “get ahead”.

Sleeping face-down

People who sleep face-down are serious and stubborn. They hold strong beliefs and try to have everything done precisely the way they want them. They are tense and focused, and they do not give ground easily.

Sleeping face-up

Those who sleep face-up are confident and optimistic. Concerns and worries that wear others down have little effect on these people. Their attitude is “lucky go happy” and they are not particularly keen on planning or scheming. Occasionally such an attitude render them vulnerable to unpleasant surprises and setbacks.

Sleeping in the fetal-position

Those who sleep in the fetal position are trusting, natural, and communal. They tend

to look at the world in rosy colours, and treat people kindly. They do not want to see and think about the darker side of life, and above all they long for security, intimacy, and joy.

All tied up

Those who sleep all tied-up are experiencing stress. They are under constant pressure, either to survive crises or to move forward. It is strenuous struggle, and they often feel that they are falling short. The tension will either wear people down or convince them of the uselessness of anxiety and introduce a new beginning.