Sleeping is one of the important things we do at night.
Getting the right amount of sleep has an untold benefits in terms of health and not getting enough sleep is a serious problem.
Here are some benefits of sleeping naked.
- YOU’LL SLEEP BETTER NAKED
Your body is wired to decrease it’s temperature during sleep and if you need a solid night rest, sweatpants can keep your body warm. This can lead to restlessness along with tossing and turning. Your skin works naturally with the rest of your body to cool itself down – allowing you to dream the way you like without overheating.
2. YOU’LL LOSS WEIGHT SLEEPING NAKED.
Speaking of keeping cool, the U. S National Institute Of Health discovered that staying cool whiles asleep makes your body to produce more more brown fat. Brown fat helps you to warm by burning some calories, which boost your metabolism.
Research has proved that such people have higher level of brown fat making them have faster metabolic rates, better blood sugar control and also high insulin sensitivity.
3. YOU’LL GET CLOSER TO YOUR PARTNER SLEEPING NAKED
Having skin contact with your partner releases oxytocin – “Love hormone “. Oxytocin helps alleviate stress and also depression , reduces blood pressure and helps with gut inflammation.
Sleeping naked also encourages more intimacy with your mate, which lead to happier sexual, physical and emotional relationships.
4. SLEEPING NAKED IS HEALTHIER FOR YOUR PRIVATE PARTS
Researchers at the University of California Los Angeles have revealed that sleeping in underwear especially tight undies or thongs, creates a breeding ground for bacteria.
Sleeping naked helps your private part “Air Out ” and also reduces the chance of bad bacteria to multiply. Sleeping in underwear also increases the case of chafing and initiation.
In addition, when men’s testicles are too warm it leads to low sperm count, according to Dr Brain Steixner, an Atlanta -based urologist.
5. YOU’LL GAIN CONFIDENCE SLEEPING NAKED.
Sleeping naked makes one feel more comfortable in one’s skin. It leads to an increase in self esteem and also confidence, which affects your overall health. A University of Melbourne study found out that confident people earn higher wages and promoted more than their counterparts.