Ever thought that the position you sleep in can predict the kind of relationship you have with your partner? Most of us never really bothered thinking that these two things can relate to the other, however, study says it can tell a lot about your relationship.
If you are sleeping in a position which does not give a positive signal, then here’s a chance for you to realize the problem and to fix it. Let’s have a look at few positions to find out what your sleeping position says about your relationship:
Couples who are connected yet independent lie back to back without any physical contact, this position is known as liberty.
I’m sure some of us can relate to these positions and the signals they send match the kind of relationship you have with your partner. If you have enough signal as to how your relationship is then why not make the small changes now? Have those important conversations, express yourself and tell them how much they mean to you. Change your sleeping position to a cuddly one!
2. Lover’s Knot
You can tell by reading the name that this position is for the couples who love the independence, intimacy and sexually active. This position requires the couple to lie face to face with their legs intertwined for 10 minutes or till they fall asleep. It is the ultimate sleeping position for those lovey dovey couples.
The best position to sleep in for those who are new to sleeping together. In this position the man lies on the back and the woman lays her head on the man’s chest, this position is a signal that the couple is in a new relationship.
4. Pillow Talk
This requires both the partners to lie face to face without touching. It means that the relationship requires one on one contact and conversation. Have that conversation before it’s too late.
Shingles is known as a position where both male and female lie on their back where the woman rests her head on the crevice of the man’s shoulder, this shows that the woman is dependent on the man. Let’s not take it in the wrong way, there’s nothing wrong with depending on your partner for a bit.
6. The Crab
In this position the couple does not touch one another no matter which position they sleep in, this signals that there are issues in the relationship and that one partners need space while the other needs more intimacy. The only way to fix this position would be to talk with each other openly about what you want from them, take the step and your sleeping position will change sooner than you think.
7. The Cliff Hanger
This position requires both the partners to face outwards, meaning on opposite sides of the bed. The position means there’s distance in the relationship or that it’s a seldom one, this also means that the couple needs a good night sleep.