Fetal Sleep Position

The Fetal Position is a side sleeping posture in which a sleeper’s knees are curled inward toward their chest as if they were a baby in the womb. A comfortable and natural position for the spine, the fetal position is often favored by individuals with a shy and sensitive character. The fetal position has been reported as the preferred sleeping position of an estimated 41% of sleepers—making it the most popular sleep position.

The Fetal Position is a side sleeping posture in which a sleeper’s knees are curled inward toward their chest as if they were a baby in the womb. A comfortable and natural position for the spine, the fetal position is often favored by individuals with a shy and sensitive character. The fetal position has been reported as the preferred sleeping position of an estimated 41% of sleepers—making it the most popular sleep position.

What is the fetal position?
The fetal position is a side sleeping posture in which a sleeper’s knees are curled inward toward their chest as if they were a baby in the womb.
What does the fetal position say about my personality?
The fetal position is often thought to be preferred by individuals with a shy and sensitive personality.
How common is the fetal sleep position?
It is estimated that 41% of people sleep in fetal position—making it the most popular sleep posture.

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Posture (General): Side
Posture (Detail): Knees curled toward chest (tight)
Personality: Shy, sensitive
Percentage Sleepers: 41%

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Male and female Fetal Sleeping Position plan (Queen Size Bed), plan (outlines)

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