Over the years, numerous studies conducted by various subjects would have demonstrated that sleeping without pyjamas or wearing other items of clothing is a habit that would bring about a number of benefits for health and psychophysical well-being. Let’s investigate why.
Sleeping more quickly
Our ability to fall asleep is significantly influenced by body temperature. According to studies, sleeping naked would allow the body temperature to drop and signal to the body that it is time to sleep.
Increased sleep efficiency
The degree of rest, and thus the quality of sleep, is related to body temperature. The ideal bedroom temperature, according to a 2012 National Institutes of Health study, would be between 15 and 19 degrees. At these temperatures, sleeping without pyjamas or other clothing would be a good way to stay cool under the covers and get a better night’s sleep.
The latter would have a positive impact on the health of the skin because it would result in better sleep overall. For instance, one study demonstrated how the quality of sleep can influence the skin’s capacity to recover more quickly from minor injuries. In this case, better sleep is undoubtedly beneficial.
Keep stress and anxiety at bay
If going naked while you sleep improves your quality of sleep, it can only help keep negative emotional states like stress and anxiety under control. The latter, among other things, significantly worsens both difficulty falling asleep and the quality of sleep.
Enhancing the relationship
The quality of life for a couple can be improved by sleeping naked from a purely psychic standpoint, as can self-confidence (self-esteem) and self-esteem. Studies have demonstrated that skin-to-skin contact between partners would cause the release of oxytocin, which is crucial for fostering attachment between partners.