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Updated by max vijay on Dec 01, 2015
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Benefits of Sleeping Naked

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You’ll Sleep Better

You’ll Sleep Better

For those of you who can’t sleep or have trouble falling asleep fast, sleeping naked may help you catch those Zzz’s that you so desperately need. When you can’t sleep, you get frustrated, and when you get frustrated your body temperature rises, disrupting your body’s natural tendency to decline in temperature as you fall asleep. Basically, sleeping in the buff will help you stay cool as you sleep, and your body likes that.

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You’ll Have Great Sex

You’ll Have Great Sex

If you have a partner in bed with you, the skin-to-skin contact releases good hormones such as oxytocin, which can promote the feelings of bonding, sexual arousal, reduce stress, lower heart rate, and raise sex drive. Let’s just say that sleeping naked not only helps those who can’t sleep, but it also puts you in the mood. Win-win.

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Your Confidence Will Sky Rocket

Your Confidence Will Sky Rocket

Think about it. Your skin brushes across the sheets and the coolness of the air swirls over your body in the night. Pretty sexy, eh? And, in case you didn’t know, feeling sexy every now and then gives a direct boost to your confidence.

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It’s Good For Your Lady Parts

It’s Good For Your Lady Parts

Air it out! Sometimes the warm environment caused by not allowing your hoo-ha to get enough airflow can cause an overgrowth of yeast and bacteria. So, why not go commando while you sleep?

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You Will Literally Look Hotter

You Will Literally Look Hotter

Studies have shown that if you are too warm at night this may disrupt your growth and melatonin hormones, which are your body’s anti-aging hormones. Your skin and hair will thank you.

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Reduce Belly Fat

Reduce Belly Fat

As your body’s temperature will naturally be cooler and growth hormones increase, cortisol decreases. On the other hand, when you’re hot and uncomfortable during the night you will wake up with higher cortisol levels this in turn can trigger your appetite, particularly for fattening foods.

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Writer

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Mary-Martin White is a writer for Fusion 360, an advertising agency in Utah. She writes content for Sleep Genius and many other clients.