Our body says a lot about us — even what we would like to hide. Body lan­guage is called “body lan­guage”. There are experts who study it. They say that even the pos­tures that we uncon­scious­ly take in a dream can indi­cate some­thing.

Sleep is the only way to complete relaxation

Sleep is a nec­es­sary phys­i­o­log­i­cal need. It includes many func­tions, with­out which nor­mal life and com­plete relax­ation are impos­si­ble. He:

  • con­tributes to the pro­cess­ing and stor­age of the received infor­ma­tion,
  • restores immu­ni­ty,
  • ensures the removal of waste prod­ucts from the brain,
  • dur­ing sleep, the cen­tral ner­vous sys­tem ana­lyzes the work of inter­nal organs and nor­mal­izes it,
  • slow sleep helps to con­sol­i­date the stud­ied mate­r­i­al,
  • REM sleep draws images of sub­con­scious­ly expect­ed events.

Its dura­tion depends on many fac­tors. These include:

  • age,
  • floor,
  • Lifestyle,
  • health sta­tus,
  • food char­ac­ter,
  • degree of fatigue
  • exter­nal fac­tors (noise lev­el, etc.).

There is a wide­spread belief that sleep that began before 24:00 is much more ben­e­fi­cial than that that came after mid­night, they say, at this time the body begins to relax. How­ev­er, as a result of sci­en­tif­ic research, this judg­ment has not been con­firmed.

What does the body position you take in your sleep say about you?

What does the body position you take in your sleep say about you?

Many lit­tle things can tell about a per­son, for exam­ple, what kind of music he likes, or what style of cloth­ing he prefers. The char­ac­ter of a per­son who loves to wear jeans and lis­ten to jazz is cer­tain­ly dif­fer­ent from the one who wears clas­si­cal suits and prefers sym­phon­ic music of all kinds. But do we real­ize that the pos­ture that we most often take dur­ing a night’s rest can also tell some­thing inter­est­ing about us?

We take pos­tures in a dream uncon­scious­ly. Since we are in a state of deep relax­ation, we have no con­trol over them. There­fore, they freely express our emo­tions and what is hap­pen­ing deep inside us, body lan­guage experts say. And if you sleep with anoth­er per­son, the posi­tion that you take can tell about your rela­tion­ship with him.

Con­sid­er­ing that we spend a third of our lives sleep­ing (some more, some less), it will be use­ful to know what each pos­ture that a per­son takes dur­ing a night’s rest means.

Those who sleep on their stomachs

If a per­son sleeps on his stom­ach, then, appar­ent­ly, he is a closed per­son and prefers not to let strangers into his bor­ders, body lan­guage experts say.

The prone posi­tion is con­sid­ered the safest. Although, in terms of health, it is not the best for the res­pi­ra­to­ry sys­tem, since dur­ing such a dream the lungs are com­pressed. Tak­ing this posi­tion, the sleep­er uncon­scious­ly seeks to pro­tect him­self from the world. It kind of clos­es itself with a shell, as tur­tles do. Speak­ing about his psy­che, we can say that he often prefers to look inside him­self than to the out­side world.

Position on the back

If a per­son choos­es this posi­tion, it means that he is open to the world and feels safe in bed. By the way, ani­mals choose the same posi­tion when they feel con­fi­dent, safe and com­fort­able. Lying in this posi­tion, they open their stom­ach for all to see.

How­ev­er, such a posi­tion does not only indi­cate con­fi­dence. She also says that we have a cau­tious per­son who seeks to con­trol every­thing. This posi­tion in bed allows you to hear every­thing that hap­pens in the house, and instant­ly react if some­thing goes wrong. This posi­tion will allow a per­son to imme­di­ate­ly jump up and act. He will be able to do this much faster than if he were lying, for exam­ple, on his stom­ach.

Fetal position

A night’s rest in the fetal posi­tion (curled up) sug­gests that the sleep­er feels very inse­cure. Most like­ly, he needs pro­tec­tion and a sense of secu­ri­ty, accord­ing to body lan­guage experts.

When a per­son in bed assumes the fetal posi­tion in which he was in the womb, for him this is a way to calm down, to pro­tect him­self from the out­side world, before which he feels emo­tion­al­ly vul­ner­a­ble. This sug­gests that he has an inter­nal trau­ma that he can­not cope with. Curled up in a ball and feel­ing as if in a moth­er’s womb, he regains the feel­ing of absolute secu­ri­ty that he then expe­ri­enced. Com­plete relax­ation for him is pos­si­ble only in this posi­tion.

Those who sleep on their side

This pose is the most com­fort­able com­bi­na­tion of back and stom­ach posi­tions, so it is con­sid­ered the most bal­anced. Accord­ing to doc­tors, sleep­ing on your side is the best for the res­pi­ra­to­ry sys­tem and rest of the whole body. This sleep­ing posi­tion is often adopt­ed by phys­i­cal­ly active peo­ple, such as those involved in sports and fit­ness.

In gen­er­al, a night­ly rest on one side indi­cates that a per­son is quite bal­anced in life and feels a sense of har­mo­ny with the world. He does not need to expose him­self to the pub­lic, as do those who are used to sleep­ing on their backs, nor do they need to hide from him, like those who pre­fer to sleep on their stom­achs.

If a person in a dream constantly changes position

Body lan­guage always reflects what is hap­pen­ing in a person’s mind and soul, body lan­guage experts explain. And this hap­pens uncon­scious­ly. There­fore, if a per­son spins in a dream and con­stant­ly changes posi­tion, this indi­cates that he is expe­ri­enc­ing inter­nal tur­moil. It is not for noth­ing that peo­ple who have many prob­lems and wor­ries often say: “I didn’t sleep well last night and I was spin­ning all the time.”

But it hap­pens that a per­son has a calm state of mind, and noth­ing dis­turbs him, but he still spins in his sleep. In this case, the fre­quent change of posi­tion may be dic­tat­ed by his phys­i­cal con­di­tion, doc­tors say. For exam­ple, his hip or knee joint hurts, or his arm hurts, so he looks for a posi­tion in which the body will both­er him the least. Anoth­er option: a per­son may have a dream in which active actions take place, from which his body will move and change posi­tion.

In any case, peo­ple always change their body posi­tion dur­ing sleep, so the posi­tion in which you fell asleep is almost always dif­fer­ent when you wake up.

What should be the place for a night’s rest?

What should be the place for a night's rest?

Night rest is the most impor­tant human need. If you do not get enough sleep and do not feel well rest­ed in the morn­ing, this is an occa­sion to con­sult a sleep doc­tor who is a spe­cial­ist in sleep and wake cycles.

An impor­tant con­di­tion for a good night’s rest and sound sleep is a com­fort­able bed. Now ortho­pe­dic mat­tress­es are con­sid­ered one of the best (they are also called anatom­i­cal). Thanks to them, the load on the spine is reduced and blood cir­cu­la­tion improves through­out the body. These mat­tress­es are devel­oped by doc­tors who are spe­cial­ists in the treat­ment of the back and spine. These mat­tress­es are more expen­sive than usu­al, but they are worth it, because, first­ly, they give a good rest to the back and spine, and sec­ond­ly, they pro­vide deep sleep and com­plete relax­ation.


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