When you lie on your side and bring your knees up to your chest, you are sleeping in the fetal position. Some people curl an arm under their pillow to support their head while in this position, but others may not. It is called the fetal position because it mimics the position of a fetus in the womb.
Back to back
Affectionately known as back kissing, sleeping back-to-back while in contact with each other is seen as a super relaxed sleeping position.
It’s like a spoon, but it happens when one person is in pursuit of another. One person has moved to the other side of the bed, and the other is “following” them.
The “Cliffhanger” sleep position, in which two partners face away from each other while sleeping on completely opposite sides of the bed.
Also known as a snout, it practically sees one person sleeping on their back in the cherubic position while another rests their head on the first person’s chest. The feet and hands often “hug” each other as well.
Face to face
Active sleeping position, in which both people are facing each other with their heads at the same level and their bodies are intertwined.
The second energizing posture is the leg hug. Whether your feet are touching repeatedly or your feet are completely intertwined, this position is demanding of intimacy.
In this position, both of you lie on your back and one person should place his head on the other’s shoulder.
Lie on your back next to your partner, either holding hands or gently touching their hands or feet. What do you look like? Two dolls of paper.
Imagine that you are being told by a military officer how to sleep, and you are guaranteed to lie on your back with your arms straight next to your body.
In one of the most widely known couples’ sleeping positions, one person in the spoon acts as the “big spoon”, holding the other in a hug on one side.
Sleeping in the starfish position (aka space hog) — spread out across the bed — can be beneficial alone; For both the quality of sleep and the condition of your body.
An acute condition, confusion is clearly rarely observed. When this happens, it is usually soon after an intimate situation or at the beginning of a new relationship.
If you both like to sleep in completely different positions but want some nighttime contact at the same time, try a tetherball.
It is considered a healthier position than entanglement, as it is equal parts intimate and independent.
When people have been in a relationship for a while, they can graduate to a loose spoon. Essentially, it’s a less restrictive version of the original spoon.