Think about it: all they do, all day, is sleep, eat, play and sleep some more.
When you, in turn, face your partner in a fetal position, it shows you depend on him.
So this position could mean you're sick and tired of your partner's snoring (not your partner himself).
Being far from the brain and the first part of your body to react in the case or a flight or flight response, the feet are the most honest portion of the body, under the least conscious control, Wood says.
This says you're independent or have a desire to be more separate.
If you're typically snuggly sleepers though, this position could be a red flag that something isn't right, whether that means stress at work or an untold secret.