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That’s from the journal Sleep & Hypnosis. In a study, adults filled out a popular sleep questionnaire, called the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index. They noted which side they slept on, and whether their dreams were positive or negative. The study found that just 14% of right-side sleepers reported bad dreams, compared to 40% of left-side sleepers! Right-side sleepers also reported more dreams with feelings of safety or relief.

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