Question of the Day, Friday, May 13

Winchester

In the kitchen with my cookies
Thread starter
Veteran
Joined
Aug 28, 2009
Messages
27,846
Purraise
20,808
Location
In the kitchen
If somebody is interested in doing Friday's Question of the Day, PM me.

How do you sleep? On your back, on your tummy, or on your side? A combination of all three?
 

neely

May the purr be with you
Veteran
Joined
Dec 22, 2005
Messages
14,964
Purraise
33,590
On my side but never know which side I'm going to wake up on. :biggrin:
 

DownTheLane

TCS Member
Alpha Cat
Joined
Feb 13, 2021
Messages
305
Purraise
638
Location
The Netherlands
Usually on my side, extra soft blanket in my arms as if it were a plushie. Sometimes on my back, especially when it's hurting. Because of my bad back, I don't really sleep on my stomach
 

MonaLyssa33

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Mar 10, 2018
Messages
2,624
Purraise
7,400
Location
Minneapolis
I sleep in all positions. I usually start out partly on my stomach and right side and I might end up in any other position.
 

Mia6

Mother of one
Top Cat
Joined
Jan 22, 2017
Messages
27,412
Purraise
27,783
Location
Ohio, USA
Right side only. Ever since I contracted RSD/CRPS I can only sleep on that side. My hair grows in straight
from years of it.
 

Maria Bayote

Mama of 4 Cats, 4 Dogs , 2 Budgies & 2 Humans
Top Cat
Joined
Jan 15, 2018
Messages
3,660
Purraise
10,421
On my side, left side because on my right is my husband :biggrin:.

I don't know with you guys but each time I sleep on my back I'd end up having nightmares, really bad ones.
 

cassiopea

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
May 30, 2013
Messages
4,048
Purraise
4,419
Location
Ontario, Canada
Stomach or side with me :) least favourite on my back.



I don't know with you guys but each time I sleep on my back I'd end up having nightmares, really bad ones.
There has been a study done that provides possible evidence that sleeping positions do indeed affect dreams! It is still a young study, so more research is required and other factors to consider, but nevertheless might prove interesting to some.

Can Changing Your Sleep Position Alter Your Dreams? - Sleep Center - Everyday Health.

The effect of sleep position on dream experiences
APA PsycNet
 

Elphaba09

TCS Member
Top Cat
Joined
Sep 6, 2018
Messages
2,075
Purraise
5,606
Location
NE Ohio
I either sleep on my right side or on my back. Once I am asleep, I do not move unless I have a nightmare.
 
Top