Yes, in winter as well.
I don`t have to remind you how important is to get a good night`s rest. Not enough sleep can be a crucial factor leading to diabetes, heart disease and other serious diseases.
The quality of our sleep is just as important as the quantity. Many people believe that sleeping naked is the key to a healthier good night`s sleep.
Here are 5 reasons why you should sleep naked from now on:
1. Sleeping naked regulates your body temperature
As soon as we fall asleep our body temperature begins to drop. Wearing warm pajamas can only disrupt its natural course leading to restless sleep, which means you`ll fell less replenished the next day. Sleeping naked regulates your body temperature by making sure it doesn’t get too high.
2. Sleeping naked releases sleep hormones.
Balanced melatonin levels are essential for a healthy sleep and they are best regulated when we sleep naked. Also the room temperature and the lightning play a crucial role in the creation of melatonin. In perfect conditions, the room should be completely dark and not warmer than 69.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
3. Sleeping naked strengthens your relationship.
Sleeping naked with your partner has its many benefits and our bodies tend to release oxytocin which lead to feelings of happiness and also has a positive effect on our sleep. It also strengthens the bond between you and your partner.
4. Sleeping naked regulates your stress hormones.
Cortisol, the so-called “stress hormone” is very important in various metabolic processes that take place in our bodies. For example, if you get too warm by wearing thick pajamas your cortisol levels will rise resulting with a ravenous appetite, tension and increased nervousness. Sleeping naked will help in keeping your cortisol levels down as possible.
5. Sleeping naked will increase your sense of well-being
Sleeping naked regulates your blood flow because it moves easily through your body. As a result, you`ll feel better, lighter and you`ll sleep well.
Sleeping naked is a must try for all who suffer from various sleeping disorders. I`m sure it might take some getting used to, but your body will thank you at the end!
Will you give it a try?