Ever Wondered πŸ€” if It is Better πŸ™πŸΌ to Sleep Naked πŸ™Š?


What do you wear to bed?

To me there is nothing like slipping into a freshly made bed naked to feel the crisp sheets and duvet cover (comforter?) against my skin.

I have slept naked since I was a teenager (although not for a couple of years when I had a sleepwalking phase.2

There was one night when … that’s a different story!) Although I do it out of preference, I love that there are actually some great benefits of sleeping naked.

1. It Can Increase Intimacy

One of the benefits of sleeping naked if you have a partner is that it can do wonders for increasing your intimacy as a couple.

This does not necessarily have to relate to anything sexual (though of course it can if you so wish!), but the feel of skin to skin contact can be very therapeutic and comforting, especially under the warmth of a cozy comforter.

Sleeping naked can make you feel a bigger sense of togetherness than wearing multiple layers.

2. Healthier Skin

Our skin is always at its healthiest when it gets a lot of fresh air.2

Sleeping naked allows all of the skin on your body to breathe freely without the constraints of pajamas.

We get very warm over the course of the night, and our sweating bodies combined with the layers of our sleepwear can have the potential to cause skin irritation like rashes or dryness by the morning.

Sleeping naked, even for a couple of nights a week, can have a positive impact on your skin.2

3. Improves Sleep

When we go to sleep, our body temperature lowers in a natural manner, but this is not always the case depending what kind of pajamas you usually like to wear.2

The warmer your body is under the covers, the more likely you are to experience sleep problems ranging from irritability to lack of comfort to even insomnia.

However, this does not happen if you choose to sleep naked.

With just the adjustably warmth of your duvet over you, your naked body finds it easier to regulate temperature, allowing for a better night’s sleep.

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