You sleep on your stomach.
In the freefall position, a person sleeps on their stomach, hands by their pillow, facing either side. If sleeping on your tummy puts a big smile on your face, you are likely a very welcoming person, arms open wide to the world. Despite this friendly exterior, you can be very sensitive, especially to negative comments and criticism.
You hug your teddy bear.
If you’re drawn to being the big spoon, there’s a good chance you sleep in the hugger position. Whether you’re cuddling your pillow, partner, or teddy, you are probably very trusting. While connecting with others is great, try not to be too open too fast. Remember to protect yourself and find people who will be as good a friend to you as you are to them.
You sleep as stiff as a board.
If you find yourself in this position each night, your motto is probably “light as a feather, stiff as a board.” Your motto matches your quiet personality which others might mistake for stiff and standoffish. Those who know you well know that there’s more to you than meets the eye. A rich inner spirit contributes to your strong self-confidence.
You sleep like a baby.
We all know this position: sleeping curled on your side dreaming happy thoughts of childhood. Despite this throwback sleeping style, you are likely one tough cookie. You also have a more sensitive inside, just like a soft cuddly baby. Hopefully you just sleep in the baby position, not like an actual baby, because we all know those guys are the worst sleepers in the world.
You sleep like a marine.
This last sleeping position is the soldier. People claim to love this position despite its uncomfortable appearance. Just like the position’s namesake, soldier position sleepers are very regimented and no nonsense. If you find yourself in this position, you may not be a big talker, but you mean what you say, you like your routine, and you expect the best of yourself and others.