Secrets of the body: postures that you unconsciously take in a dream

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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.

By Yraa

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