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Supine Position
Illustration of a man laying in the Flat | Supine Medical Position from the side

Supine position is a medical position where the patient lays horizontally with face and body facing upwards at a 0° angle of incline. One of the most common medical positions, the supine position is typically used for surgery, while also being useful for treating irregular blood circulation, relaxing the abdomen, and for performing head and neck procedures. Pillows can be used for comfortably resting the head while keeping the neck in a neutral posture. Arms should be placed along the sides or bent towards the center of the body at a 90° angle.

Supine position is a medical position where the patient lays horizontally facing upwards at a 0° angle. One of the most common medical positions, the supine position is typically used for surgery, while also being useful for treating circulation, relaxing, and for head and neck procedures.

Freefall Sleeping Position
Drawing of two people in Freefall Sleeping Positions on a King Size Bed

The Freefall Sleep Position is a stomach sleeping posture in which a person lays on their front with their arms lifted above and wrapped around their pillow. Sleeping in the freefall position is commonly associated with bold and sociable people that may often have difficulty dealing with feedback and challenging situations. It is estimated that only 7% of people sleep in the freefall sleeping position.

The Freefall Sleep Position is a stomach sleeping posture in which a person lays with their arms lifted above and wrapped around their pillow. The freefall position is often associated with bold and sociable people. It is estimated that only 7% of people sleep in the freefall sleeping position.


Log Sleeping Position
Illustration of two people in the Log Sleeping Position on a Queen Size Bed

The Log Sleep Position is a sleeping posture in which a person sleeps on their side with their arms and legs extended straight. Though the log sleeping position seems like a very stiff posture, the personalities of people that favor log position are often sociable, trusting, friendly, and trusting. The log sleep position is estimated to be the preferred sleeping posture for 15% of people.

The Log Sleep Position is a sleeping posture in which a person sleeps on their side with straight arms and legs. Though the log sleeping position seems like a very stiff posture, the personalities of the 15% of people that favor log position are often sociable, trusting, friendly, and trusting.

Starfish Sleep Position
Drawing of a man and woman in a King Size Bed in Starfish Sleeping Positions

The Starfish Sleep Position is a back sleeping posture in which a person sprawls opening on their back with arms above their head and legs stretched outwards. Sleeping in the starfish position is often performed by unique people that are carefree individuals and loyal and supportive friends to others. It is estimated that only 5% of people sleep in the starfish sleeping position.

The Starfish Sleep Position is a back sleeping posture in which a person sprawls opening on their back with arms above their head and legs stretched outwards. Sleeping in the starfish position is often performed by carefree and friendly individuals that account for 5% of sleepers.

Stomach Sleeping Position
Illustration of a man and woman on a King Bed in Stomach Sleeping Positions

The Stomach Sleep Position is a general sleeping posture in which a person sleeps casually on their stomach with arms and legs approaching the yearner position. Sleeping on the stomach is often an ambitious posture, and may cause unwanted stress and pain to the neck and back areas. While it may seem like a fun and adventurous sleeping position, but may also be an indication of a nervous and anxious individual. The stomach sleep position is estimated to be the preferred sleeping posture for 16% of people.

The Stomach Sleep Position is a general sleeping posture in which a person sleeps casually on their stomach with arms and legs outstretched. Sleeping on the stomach is often an ambitious posture that may cause unwanted stress and pain to the neck and back areas. 16% of people sleep on their stomach.

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