A survey by the National Sleep Foundation shows that for many couples, even if sleeping in separate beds has many benefits, more than 60% of people advocate sleeping with their partner.
In their view, this is as natural as breathing. Rosenblatt was the first scholar in the United States to systematically study two person shared beds. He has a book called "Two People, One Bed: A Sociological Analysis of Couples Sharing One Bed". Among them, the sleep status of 42 couples was recorded and the emotions reflected by different sleeping positions were analyzed. Face to face, touch with hands or feet. You can not only breathe, but also surround yourself with your body. This sleeping posture implies that both parties are satisfied with this relationship, relaxed, emotionally stable, and have a lot of high-quality interaction time.
One side hugging the other and snuggling tightly: this is the infinite physical proximity, demonstrating emotional intimacy. The person sleeping behind plays a parental role in marriage, while the person sleeping in front is the one being taken care of, with delicate emotions and a love for home. This intimate sleeping position also has the advantage of increasing the frequency of sexual activity.
The author of the secret language of sleeping posture and American behaviorist Ivani Thomas said. Back to back: If you keep doing this, the two of you have independent personalities and significant differences in preferences. There is no need to express emotions through physical intimacy and respect each other's differences. However, recent occurrences suggest conflicts in the marital relationship and the need to strengthen communication. The posture is uncertain, and the hands and feet are in contact with the other person, or with their hands and feet: you are independent in personality, but can be consistent in many issues. The party who actively extends their hands and feet is more dependent and needs to confirm that the person next to them is always there.
The appearance of a talented woman indicates the same appearance indicators as a husband and wife. To sleep well, one should also have a harmonious posture with each other. Ivani Thomas summarized some common sleeping positions from the perspective of sleep space.