Recent evidence and various sleep studies suggest that your sleep position could influence your dreams. Take a look at the sleep positions below, and see if your sleep position correlates with the types of dreams you're having.
Sleep Position #1: On Your Side
Sleep Position #2: On Your Back
The study also mentions that those who sleep on their back experience dreams about vulnerability and feeling exposed — like showing up late for a final exam you forgot you had or suddenly being naked in public. Back sleepers also may have a harder time remembering their dreams, but maybe that's not such a bad thing.
Sleep Position #3: On Your Stomach
In another study conducted by Dr. Calvin Kai-Ching Yu, PhD, of Hong Kong Shue Yan University, he concluded that the individuals who slept facedown on their belly were more likely to have a wide range of love-related dreams, like kissing a stranger, getting married, or dating a celebrity.
Sleep Position #4: Sleeping At An Incline
When you experience a vivid dream, it feels incredibly real. Often, even after you've woke up, you thought that it really happened because you are so deeply involved in the dream.