Sleeping in the buff with your partner definitely has its perks—like getting to snuggle against their warm body instead of their super-worn t-shirt. But that's not the only upside of going to bed in your birthday suit. In fact, whether you sleep alone or with your S.
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Your body temperature plays a pivotal role when it comes to the quality of your sleep. Lowering your skin temperature at night increases the depth of your sleep and reduces the number of times you wake up in the night. There's truth to the idea of 'beauty sleep' as your body needs to sleep to regenerate and reset.
I sleep wearing night camisoles about half times and other times sleep naked. If I don't have a sex, I usually don't sleep naked. Mostly I do sex before a sleep with my partner.
In the summer months, Brits are much more inclined to sleep naked than at any other point in the year. All day long your body is restricted by clothes, even in the summer when we wear a little less, there are certain parts of us which never feel the freedom of fresh air. Sleeping as nature intended means that every part of you finally gets that release.
When it comes to turning up the heat in between the sheets, couples remove their clothes as if their lives depend on it. However, after a few of minutes of rustling and tousling in bed, most couples are guilty of doing something that could be hurting their relationship: putting their clothes back on. In the Cotton USA poll of over 1, Brits, the findings revealed those who sleep in the nude have happier marriages and relationships.
What's your preferred nighttime attire: a full set of pyjamas? Your battered freshers' week t-shirt and your comfiest pants? A silky nightgown that makes you feel like an old Hollywood movie star? Alas, it might be time to dispose of them all, as another new study has added to the growing understanding that sleeping naked is good for your health.