My doll face, Kristie, was lamenting regarding contradictory sleeping habits with her hubby.
This made me wonder: What do I do in my sleep? Do I have strange sleeping habits? Will I find sleeping next to someone a difficult transition?
I analyzed my sleep habits according to what I know and what I have been told:
- I do not snore.
- I do not talk.
- I am not typically a light sleeper.
- I prefer the room cold so I can snuggle up under the covers, but can sleep regardless.
- I can fall asleep in total silence or loud noise.
- I dream vividly.
- I have no problems sleeping on vacations.
- I have to force myself to sleep in...the daylight is just so exciting:-)
- I typically wake up once per night to rid my bladder of the gallon+ of water I drink each day.
- I have no problems waking up and being alert, except for maybe half a dozen times per year.
- I, once every great while when under extreme stress or participating in heightened physical activity, become a mover and a shaker. I have actually woken up laying cross-ways on the bed or with pillows and blankets thrown to the floor.
- I am a side or back sleeper.
- I often put my hands above my head.
- I have been known to sleep with my eyes open.
- I have also been known to put my hands up in the air and tickle them in my sleep.
- I imagine I would like to fall asleep next to my love, but then gravitate towards my own side of the bed for deep slumber.
Non-married folks: Are you worried about the transition?