What Type Of Sleeper Are You?

10:20Alice Grace

Last week was Sleep Awareness Week, but the guys over at Casper, the brains behind a new, mattress brand that's rivaling some of the biggest names in America, have decided that seven days was simply not enough time to fully appreciate the power of getting sufficient zzz's. Instead, they've devoted a whole month to the cause, seeing as the average person spends 26 years of their life in dreamland! To celebrate, they've created a fun graphic to help you decipher which type of sleeper you are, from the cover-collecting 'bed-hogger', to the tech-obsessed 'iSleeper'. 

If you're interested, Casper offer high-quality mattresses at an affordable price ($500-$950 depending on size). Their 'cloud-like' creation combines memory foam with a top layer of cooling, latex foam, to give healthy support and added bounce. The mattress fits the contours of your body rather than the other way round, preventing sleep interruption as a result of being uncomfortable or in pain. Conveniently, your purchase is shipped (for free, nationwide) directly to you, in a box the size of a small fridge and takes seconds to unpack. Pretty nifty, right? You can even make a purchase, thoroughly test it out for 100 nights and, if you aren't fully happy with the mattress, you simply ship it back to them for zero cost. If only I lived in the USA...

Me and sleep get on like a house on fire. Without it, I'm a cranky, forgetful nightmare that no-one wants to be around and I don't blame them. There's a reason why it's called 'beauty sleep', too. Dark circles, a dull complexion and red eyes aren't a good look for me. Fortunately, I seem to have the ability to fall asleep in any position, at any time and on anything from a hard floor, to the most restricting seat on a plane if I'm tired. So much so, I've actually garnered the nick-name of 'The Magician', for that very reason. 

Catching enough shut-eye isn't a problem for me, but it appears that I like to be quite an adventurer in the middle of the night. I have been known to nod-off in the standard fetal position, before waking up at the other end of my bed, on the floor, or even in another room. Sometimes it's obvious I've been on the hunt for a midnight snack in the early hours, after finding a sea of crumbs covering the duvet, but I can never recall actually getting up or moving around. I'd love to set up a camera to record myself sleeping during the night, but I'm too scared of a paranormal activity scenario, despite not believing in ghosts!

What type of sleeper are you? If you can't relate to any of the types shown above, I'd love to hear your own creations!


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  1. omg, to record yourself when you sleep would be way to creepy! I'm lucky I am a very steady sleeper! I did a post about napping too, perhaps you will like it ;) x Josune, Your Beauty Script

    1. I'll definitely check your post out :) x

  2. Thanks so much, you've made my day! x


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