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双语:睡姿透露出你和爱人之间的关系

2015-02-28    来源:chinadaily    【      美国外教 在线口语培训

双语:睡姿透露出你和爱人之间的关系

If you usually doze off with your back to your partner and a gaping space between you, you'll be pleased to hear you're not alone.
如果你常常背对你的伴侣睡觉,并且两人之间有一定的空间,那么你将会高兴地发现这样做的并不只有你。

A new study into the most common sleep positions for couples revealed the 'liberty' position, sleeping back-to-back without touching, was most popular with 27 per cent of couples pinpointing it as their regular nighttime stance.
一项关于伴侣睡姿的最新研究显示,“自由”的姿势最受伴侣们喜爱,约百分之二十七的伴侣表示这是他们的常规睡觉姿势。

It may not ring of romance but relationship psychologist Corrine Sweet, who carried out the study on behalf of bed specialist Dreams, believes there's hidden clues to a strong relationship in the non-tactile pose.
这也不是完全与浪漫挂钩,但进行该项研究的情感心理专家康琳·斯威特说这些这种双方没有接触的睡姿反映了坚固的恋爱关系。

'It shows the couple is connected and secure,' says Ms Sweet, who says sleep positions can speak volumes about the state of a relationship.
“它显示这对伴侣之间的关系是紧密联系并且让人安心的。”斯威特小姐说。她表示,睡觉姿势可以显示伴侣的情感状态。

So what does your sleep stance say about your relationship?
那么你的睡觉姿势透露了你什么样的情感现状?

Liberty:Back-to-back without touching
自由式:背对背,无接触

Some 27 per cent sleep in this position with plenty of space keeping them apart. Ms Sweet said that couples who adopt the Liberty are: 'Connected and secure in themselves, this position shows both closeness and independence in the relationship.'
约百分之二十七的伴侣用这种睡姿,两人分开,中间留有不少空间。斯威特小姐说这种采用自由式的伴侣是关系紧密且让人安心的,他们关系密切,但同时又很独立。

Cherish: Back-to-back touching
珍惜式:背对背,有接触

'A quarter of pairs (23 per cent) like to sleep separately, facing different directions - and is often a sign of a new romance.
约四分之一的伴侣们(百分之二十三)睡觉时喜欢分别面对不同的方向,这通常是新恋情的标志。

Ms Sweet said that it means that, 'both partners are relaxed and comfortable with one another – this is often common in new relationships.'
斯威特小姐说这代表双方在对方面前都非常放松且惬意。这常常出现在亲密关系刚开始的时候。

Spooning: Front-to-back touching
拥抱式:一正一背,有触碰

The classic loving sleep position although one of the most famous, is only adopted by a fifth (18 per cent) of couples.
只有百分之十八的伴侣采用这种出名的经典爱情睡姿。

Ms Sweet said it's a 'traditional position' and demonstrates a dynamic, 'where one partner takes a protective stance over the other.'
斯威特小姐表示,这是一种“传统的睡姿”,展现了一种动力,“一方对另一方采取保护姿势”。

Lovers’ knot: Face-to-face
情人结:面对面

The most complex position in which a couple lies facing each other, with their legs and arms intertwined for ten minutes before they separate, is a sign of relationship strength.
伴侣之间最复杂的睡姿是面对面睡,双腿双臂交缠约十分钟然后分开。这是关系坚固的象征。

Yet only eight per cent adopt this complex position. Ms Sweet said it's, 'a compromise between intimacy and independence, allowing for the best of both worlds.'
但只有百分之八的伴侣采用这种姿势。斯威特小姐说这是“在亲密和独立之间的一种妥协,对两人都好。”

Superhero: Starfish position
超级英雄:海星睡姿

Women may hold out for a hero but when it comes to going to bed it's the last thing you need.
女人或许都想等到一位英雄,但在睡觉时候,这可能是最不需要的事情了。

Some three per cent of selfish sleepers adopt the starfish position, pushing the other partner so they're hanging off the bed.
大约百分之三的自私的睡眠者会采用海星一样的姿势,把他们的伴侣推搡到一边这样他们可以霸占整张床。

Ms Sweet's verdict is that: 'One partner dominates the space, while the other takes a secondary role.'
斯威特小姐认为这是“其中一人控制空间,另外一个人处于从属地位。”


The romantic: Resting head on chest
浪漫式:头枕胸膛

This intimate posture, in which one partner rests their head on their partner's chest, while their legs are intertwined is often seen in early relationships.
这种一人头枕在另一人胸膛上,双腿交缠的亲密的姿势最常见于刚开始恋爱时期。

Adopted by four per cent of couples Ms Sweet explained it 'represents vibrant, passionate or rekindled love.'
这种姿势约百分之四的伴侣采用。斯威特小姐解释说这代表了生气勃勃的,有激情的或重燃的爱情。

Pillow talk: Face-to-face without touching
枕头夜话式:面对面,无触碰

With space between them but their bodies mirroring each other, only three per cent of couples lie in the pillow talk position.
两人中间有空间,两人镜像一样面对面。这种姿势只要百分之三的人采用。

But Ms Sweet noted that it could indicate an emotionally demanding union. 'This position shows a need for intimacy and close communication.'
但斯威特小姐评说这也许代表了情感上的一种要求:“这种姿势表示两人对于亲密的要求以及深入交流的必要。”

The Lovers: Face-to-face with legs intertwined all night
情人式:面对面,双腿交缠

There's a reason only two per cent of pairs sleep lying so closely intertwined. Ms Sweet said that although it's 'romantic and very intimate, this position also shows a lack of independence from each other.'
只有百分之二的人选择了这种非常亲密的姿势是有原因的,斯威特小姐说,虽然这种姿势非常浪漫也很亲密,但这种姿势显示了双方对对方都有依赖。

Despite sleep studies showing that 94 per cent of couples who spend the night in contact with each other are happy with their relationship, Ms Sweet believes autonomy in the bedroom is no bad thing.
虽然睡眠研究显示,晚上睡觉时与对方保持身体接触的伴侣中有百分之九十四都表示对自己的情感关系很满意,但斯威特小姐认为在卧室里保持独立也不是坏事。

And considering 25 per cent of couples argue in bed because they are kept awake by their partners, it's no surprise one in five British couples choose to sleep in separate beds.
约百分之二十五的伴侣抱怨说他们晚上经常被伴侣吵醒。考虑到这点,对于五分之一的英国伴侣选择分床睡也就不奇怪了。

Physiotherapist Sammy Margo, author of The Good Sleep Guide, also believes couples should not resist sleeping apart if it means a better night's sleep.
《良好睡眠手册》的作者,理疗学佳萨米·玛戈认为如果分开睡意味着更好的睡眠,那么伴侣们不应拒绝它。

She said: 'More often than not sleeping separately has nothing to do with a couple's relationship and everything to do with their urgent need for a better night's sleep.
她说:“分开睡常常与情侣们的关系无关,更多的是他们渴求更好的睡眠质量。”

'Often it starts when one partner has an episode of illness, such as a cough, heavy cold or back pain, and moves temporarily to another room so as not to disturb their partner (or in some cases to the sofa) and they both enjoy such a good night’s sleep that they decide to keep it that way.
“这经常始于其中一个伴侣患病,比如说咳嗽,感冒或者背痛然后暂时搬到另一个房间以防吵着伴侣(有时候他们也会搬到沙发上),然后他们都这样睡眠质量都很好,以后便决定一直如此。”

She also point out that men and women sleep differently: 'Men spend more time in stage one sleep and women spend more time in slow wave sleep.
她同时指出男人和女人睡眠状态不一样:“男人多数时间是在第一阶段睡眠,女人多数时间是在慢波睡眠。”

'Hormonal fluctuations due to the menstrual cycle can also disrupt sleep for many women, not to mention the fact that women with curves have different mattress needs to men without curves.
“荷尔蒙波动影响的月经规律也常常影响女人睡眠,更不用提女人的曲线需要不同的床垫,而无曲线的男人并不用。

'In short, men and women have different sleep needs.
“简而言之,男女对睡觉需求并不一样。”

'Statistics show that people who sleep poorly have a higher divorce rate - so if you persist in sharing a bed despite having your sleep disrupted, you risk not just poor performance at work, reduced concentration and poor health but problems in your relationship.'
“数据显示缺少睡眠的人们有着较高的离婚率。所以如果你不顾你的睡眠被打扰,坚持要共睡一张床,你不仅是在冒工作表现不佳的风险,还有可能降低你的注意力和健康状况,同时还会导致伴侣关系出现问题。”
(中国日报)


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