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Old 06-03-09, 10:10 AM   #1
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Sleeping Postions...

So, in what position do you generally fall asleep or prefer to sleep? Stomach, side (which one), back, or...

Me - when I'm really tired, I can go to sleep on my back, but will eventually end up on my left side. I really prefer a combination of stomach/left side with the left leg straight and right leg bent when I lay down to sleep. Even better would be snuggled up with someone. Most of the time, though, it's on the left side.

and, i usually have to have one foot sticking out from under the covers. no matter whether it's hot or cold.
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belly down, face tilted to one side on a pillow, another pillow sandwiched between my chest and the bed.
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depends on where the dog settles down
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slobbering and snoring. very attractive
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belly down, face tilted to one side on a pillow, another pillow sandwiched between my chest and the bed.
so you sleep on a pillow?
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so you sleep on a pillow?
well, the upper half does.
I actually like sleeping on a tilt. not flat down, nor flat on the side. so the pillow acts as a wedge to keep me in a tilt
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huh...i know another BF memeber that likes a whole bunch of pillows to sleep with...
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left side, left leg bent and right calf and foot out of the blankets
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we need a new bed. We're gonna have to go with one of those bi-lateral adjustable thingies...my wife likes a soft mattress; I'd sleep on a freakin' board if I could.
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depends on where the dog settles down
Often I don't have room when my 95 lb lab gets in. I often wake up and my wife's moved to the other room because she's pushed out.
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Often I don't have room when my 95 lb lab gets in. I often wake up and my wife's moved to the other room because she's pushed out.
Ours isn't quite 95lbs, but she likes pushing my wife around. Doesn't like being woken up, either...

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that's why you don't let four legged dogs sleep with you.
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Left side with a cpap machine attached, rolling over in the middle of night not a good idea.............
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I usually sleep in the fetal position.

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aren't you the nice guy????
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Belly down, face turned to the left. What position I wake up in is anyone's guess. It's not uncommon for me to wake up half way across my room.
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It's less about that and more about if there is a wet spot...it means I got some.
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Helps me feel better about helping you.
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If I'm really tired- kicked back in the recliner, with the laptop on the lap, with the headphones on listening to Pandora.

Otherwise, on my back, left leg straight, right leg bent to where the foot/ankle is under the left knee.
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Are you insinuating that I wet the bed?


Pfft, I stopped doing that years ago.
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