What your sleeping position reveals about YOUR relationship: Expert explains why safe couples cuddle less in bed (and the body language that shows that he might cheat)
- Sleep modes offer an intimate guide to the health of your relationship and sex life
- Experts claim that our subconscious mind takes over when we go to bed to sleep
- The red flag that cheats on your partner suddenly changes its sleeping position
- Survey conducted by IllicitEncounters – a British dating site for married people
Can the position in which you sleep give away if you have cheated your other half?
According to new research, unfaithful partners who have gone astray reveal significant signs in the way they nestle at night.
The most popular sleeping position according to the poll – adopted by 34 percent of couples – is known as & # 39; The Separation & # 39 ;; where partners will sleep apart with a gap.
While this may indicate couples in a secure relationship who feel no need to show affection in their sleeping position, it is also the most popular position when a partner is unfaithful.
The most popular sleeping position – assumed by 34 percent of couples – is known as & # 39; The Separation & # 39 ;; where partners will sleep apart with a gap. But it can also indicate that your partner has been unfaithful
That is because the adulterous person is wary of getting to bed too close to his husband in the event that clear signs of deception, such as the smell of the perfume or aftershave of someone else, are apparent.
IllicitEncounters.com sex and relationship expert Jessica Leoni said the research provides us with an intimate guide to the health of relationships and the sex lives of people.
& # 39; As we sleep, our subconscious mind takes over, so the body language we use with a partner can be an accurate indication of what is going on in a relationship, & # 39; she explained.
& # 39; Couples tend to be very intimate in how they sleep when they first meet and gradually fall apart in bed.
The second most popular sleeping position in the study was the & # 39; Back Kisser & # 39; – used by 22 percent of couples
The third most popular position is the spoon – this is by far the most popular position for couples in new relationships
& # 39; This is not necessarily a bad thing – if the relationship is secure, you don't have to prove your intimacy by taking sleeping positions that are uncomfortable and make it impossible to lose weight.
& # 39; The only red flag for everyone should be if you normally share a fairly intimate sleeping position with your partner and then they suddenly switch to the separation position.
& # 39; This is a sign that they are not good enough and are concerned that signs of their betrayal are visible on their bodies or that they think of another person and reject intimacy with you.
The fourth most popular position is the Space Hog – chosen by 14 percent of the respondents – where a partner, usually the man, serves a large part of the bed
& # 39; Other signs to watch out for are they shower or brush their teeth as soon as they come in. & # 39;
The second most popular sleeping position in the study was the & # 39; Back Kisser & # 39; – used by 22 percent of couples.
They sleep again with their backs to each other, but retain a greater intimacy than the separation by touching their backs and sometimes keeping in touch through their feet.
The fifth most popular position was the Nuzzle – another position for new lovers that is only used by eight percent of couples in permanent relationships
Tangled is the sixth most popular position, where both bodies are fully intertwined
The third most popular position is the Spoon – this is by far the most popular position for couples in new relationships of which nearly half (48 percent) say they use it when they first make love.
However, only 16 percent of couples use it if they have a permanent relationship because of sleeping problems.
The six most popular sleeping positions for couples
- The divorce (34 percent)
- Rear kissers (22 percent)
- Spoon (16 percent)
- Space Hog (14 percent)
- Nuzzle (8 percent)
- Tangled (6 percent)
The fourth most popular position is the Space Hog – chosen by 14 percent of respondents.
This is where a partner, usually the man, holds a large part of the bed and their partner has to accommodate them.
The most popular sleeping positions were revealed in a new poll of 2,000 people, evenly distributed across the sexes, by IllicitEncounters.com – a British dating website for married people.
The fifth most popular position was the Nuzzle – another position for new lovers that is only used by eight percent of couples in permanent relationships. The couple is close by and the female lays her head on his chest.
Tangled is the sixth most popular position, where both bodies are fully entangled – popular with new lovers, but used by only six percent of couples in long-term relationships due to sleep problems.
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