Of course, there are always exceptions. Since your subconscious mind controls how you sleep with your spouse, sleep body language may be an amazingly accurate method to assess what’s happening in your relationship.
SLEEPING positions and what we use to bed can show a whole lot more than just our customs — they could hint at the type of person we are during daylight hours, the condition of our relationship and our health.
1 The Cliffhanger Position
Both sleep on the edge of the mattress, not facing each other. When it is occasional, it is just because they want a good night’s sleep. But if it happens all of the time, there are a number of issues between them.
The man sleeps on his back and the lady on his chest, with their legs entwined.This couple is comfortable and complete.
3 Pillow Talk
Partners lie facing each other, rather carefully. This is normal in the beginning of a connection, when a couple needs a good deal of eye contact but are still getting to know each other.