You Sleep Better Naked
According to the University of Amsterdam, by lowering your skin temperature, your sleep is of much better quality. This type of sleep removes toxic proteins from the brain and improves your thought processes.
Sleeping Naked Reduces Stress
This better quality sleep, as described by the above study, reduces cortisol levels which will reduce your stress levels, thus, improving your immune system and decreasing your risk of heart disease, depression and obesity.
Sleeping Naked Is Healthier
US National Institutes of Health has found that by keeping cool by sleeping in the buff, your body speeds its metabolism not only while asleep, but throughout the day. Sleeping nude also improves blood circulation which increases growth hormone and melatonin.
Sleeping Naked Builds Confidence
Sleeping naked helps build self-confidence, which The University of Melbourne found leads to higher wages and better jobs.
It is easier
You don’t have to buy or wash pajamas.
It forces you to be ready to go out more often.
You don’t put on your pajamas when you come home from work, so you are more likely to go out in the evenings. Therefore it is easier to stay active.
Skin-on-skin contact is the best
Sleeping naked means it is more likely that you will have skin-on-skin contact which can lead to a more active sex life. This releases a lot of oxytocin which helps you feel good about your partner.
It can help your skin
It gives all of the parts of your body a chance to air out and breathe, which lowers the risk of skin diseases.
It can keep your sex organs happier
For men, it helps keep your sperm healthy. For women, it can help prevent yeast infections.
** Reminder of Upcoming AANR-NW Meetings
The AANR-NW Spring Board meeting is being held at Mountaindale March 31 – April 2. Click here to download the registration form from the AANR-NW site.