Around 40% of all people sleep in this pose.
If you're feeling like you're having trouble getting ahead at work, if may have nothing to do with what you're doing at the office and everything to do with the way you're sleeping. No, not the hours of sleep you're getting, or even the times you're sleeping, but the position you're sleeping in.
"If you wake up in a fetal position, you're waking up on the wrong side of the bed," said Amy J.C. Cuddy, assistant professor at Harvard Business School. Cuddy is a social psychologist and a popularTED Talk presenter who's extensively researched the power of body language.
The good news? You're not alone. Around 40 percent of all people sleep in the fetal position, said Cuddy. It's a sleep position often adopted by highly sensitive and emotional people and nearly double the number of women sleep in the fetal position than men.
Read the rest over at StyleCaster: Your Sleep Position May Be Why You Can't Get Ahead At Work
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