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What Your Sleeping Position With a Partner Says about Your Relationship

The things we use subconsciously can say a lot about us. For instance, when we sleep, the sleeping position and the dreams can say a lot about us. Moreover, if you sleep with your partner, the most usual sleeping position you have can indicate what kind of relationship you have. Hence, we decided to list the most common couple sleeping positions and their meaning. Take a look and learn something new about you and your relationship.

The Chase

This is a common couple sleeping position. It either indicates that one person is in pursuit of the other or that one partner does not feel like being in a close relationship, while the other one insists. The name itself indicates the meaning of this sleep position.

The Tangle

There is a lot of intimacy going on in this sleeping position. That’s why it is extremely rare! It is typical at the beginning of a romantic relationship. It indicates that the partners are too dependent on each other to sleep apart.

The Unraveling Knot

This position starts with the tangle position but unravels after a couple of minutes. It shows that the relationship is strong and there is independence between the read more

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Chiropractor Urges Everyone ‘Never Sleep on Your Right Side’

The lack of sleep can be the reason behind various chronic conditions, depression, sickness, obesity, and high blood pressure. However, even if you are getting the recommended 7-8 hours sleep every night, if you sleep in the wrong position, you will again face problems like neck pain, wrinkles, and stomach issues.

To boost the benefits of sleep, you need to pay attention to the way you spend the night.

According to the sleep expert Doctor John Douillar, it is best to sleep on the left side, and here is why:

-By sleeping on the left side, you will reduce heartburn and help digestion

-Sleeping on the left side is also beneficial in case you snore or suffer from obstructive sleep apnea

-This sleeping position relieves the pressure on the spine so it will also help you to reduce the chronic back pain

-The left body side is the lymphatic side, meaning that this sleeping position will support the healthy function of the lymphatic system and the elimination of toxins, waste and lymph fluids from the body

-If you sleep on the left side, you will improve heart health, read more

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