The Foetus (41%):
If you prefer the fetal position while you’re dosing off, you’re part of the 41% of people who sleep this way, according to sleep specialist Chris Idzikowski. It’s the most common and preferred way of sleeping.
This position is preferred by people who have a tough exterior shell but who are in fact very shy and sensitive on the inside. Overthinking and worrying are two traits that fetal position sleepers possess.
The Log (15%):
The log position is the second most popular position among sleepers.
Those who sleep like this are very social and easygoing people who prefer to hang around an A-list crowd. Log sleepers are very trusting which can come across as being gullible.
The Yearner (13%):
The yearner and the log look fairly similar but the yearner has their arms outstretched in front of them.
Studies show that people who choose to sleep this way are inviting and open but can also be suspicious and cynical. They also aren’t the best at making decisions and take their sweet time, but once they make up their minds, they’re extremely stubborn in changing it.
The Soldier (8%):
Those who sleep like this are loyal friends and keep friendships a top priority in their lives. They’re good listeners and will go out of their way to help others.