Pre­vi­ous­ly, peo­ple believed that those who sleep naked do not dream at all. And now psy­chol­o­gists are con­vinced that sleep­ing with­out clothes allows a per­son to feel free on a sub­con­scious lev­el. In the mod­ern world, this is more a neces­si­ty than a desire, because every day we “chain” our­selves into tight jeans, an uncom­fort­able skirt or an office suit.

Interesting facts about a useful habit in numbers

The Amer­i­can Nation­al Sleep Foun­da­tion (NSF) has long been involved in issues relat­ed to the phys­i­o­log­i­cal state of rest and the work of the human brain in it. In this regard, var­i­ous stud­ies were reg­u­lar­ly car­ried out. So, here’s what they installed:

  • A third of peo­ple on earth sleep naked (stud­ies were con­duct­ed with an audi­ence over 18 years old).
  • 1/3 of all men pre­fer to sleep naked.
  • 1/5 of all women do not wear shirts.
  • The vast major­i­ty of peo­ple who admit­ted to sleep­ing in paja­mas were in the 50+ age group.

It is inter­est­ing that peo­ple made the choice towards a use­ful habit — “naked sleep” intu­itive­ly, that is, for rea­sons of per­son­al pref­er­ences and com­fort.

Reason 1: Quality sleep

Reason 1: Quality sleep

The human body is an enter­tain­ing sys­tem in which all process­es are inter­con­nect­ed like clock­work. So the axiom: dur­ing falling asleep, the body tem­per­a­ture nec­es­sar­i­ly grad­u­al­ly decreas­es. We vio­late the phase of deep sleep nec­es­sary for immer­sion in every pos­si­ble way by putting on paja­mas and under­wear. The result is insom­nia, rest­less sleep, and then heavy awak­en­ing, lethar­gy and bad mood.


Sleep prob­lems can be solved — try sleep­ing naked.

Reason 2: Sleeping naked is a guarantee of positive emotions

By check­ing the box next to the “Sleep with­out clothes” item, you get, in addi­tion to reliev­ing fatigue, a por­tion of the hor­mone oxy­tocin or, as they say about it, pos­i­tive emo­tions. It is he who is engaged in reduc­ing stress hor­mones, puts the ner­vous sys­tem in order. For this to hap­pen, a per­son needs to com­plete­ly relax. But there is an opin­ion that peo­ple who sleep in clothes do not allow their body to “turn off”. After all, paja­mas, no mat­ter how com­fort­able they are, are an unnat­ur­al shell for the human body: in any case, it con­strains move­ments, squeezes or rubs a lit­tle.

Con­clu­sion: it is pos­si­ble to “win” the stress hor­mone if a per­son is in a nat­ur­al state — naked.

3 reason: Another way to deal with excess weight

Stay­ing naked dur­ing the night is use­ful for anoth­er rea­son — there is an accel­er­a­tion of the metab­o­lism in the body, pro­vid­ed that the sleep is sound and long. For those who sleep in clothes (and we have already found out that this is an uncom­fort­able state for the body), the num­ber of night awak­en­ings increas­es, the metab­o­lism slows down. Such a tan­dem is fraught with the fol­low­ing:

  • poor-qual­i­ty sleep stim­u­lates a drop in the lev­el of the hor­mone lep­tin by about 15% (it noti­fies us of food sat­u­ra­tion),
  • with an increase in the lev­el of the “talk­ing” hor­mone, the feel­ing of hunger also increas­es (by the same 15%).

As a result, we lose con­trol over our own body, wake up hun­gry and run to the refrig­er­a­tor for com­fort.

Also, a decrease in body tem­per­a­ture at night reduces the amount of the hor­mone cor­ti­sol in the blood, which con­tributes to the accu­mu­la­tion of fat in the abdomen. The body can gain strength even with a low­er lev­el of sub­stance, which it will restore in the morn­ing with­out dam­age to the fig­ure. If sleep is rest­less, an addi­tion­al lev­el of cor­ti­sol is auto­mat­i­cal­ly pro­duced, the con­se­quence of which is an increase in appetite in the morn­ing.

Reason 4: Good blood supply

Did you know that 6–8 hours of qual­i­ty sleep pre­vents myocar­dial infarc­tion and reduces the risk of devel­op­ing dia­betes?

The secret is that the blood must cir­cu­late freely and flow to all cells. This is exact­ly what the shirt pre­vents (cloth­ing can pinch the body, elas­tic bands or ties block free move­ment). Avoid­ing paja­mas is the key to good cir­cu­la­tion.

When we sleep naked, the inter­nal organs receive a suf­fi­cient amount of oxy­gen and nutri­ents, because the blood cir­cu­lates cor­rect­ly. As a result, we wake up in good shape — cheer­ful and in a good mood.

Prop­er blood cir­cu­la­tion pro­motes instant cell regen­er­a­tion, so anoth­er bonus is that the body looks young and healthy.

Reason 5: Healthy skin

Reason 5: Healthy skin

Good habits can be dif­fer­ent, but the most impor­tant thing is that they have the most ben­e­fi­cial effect on the body. Sleep­ing with­out clothes is just one of those.

Every day, our skin is exposed to adverse envi­ron­men­tal fac­tors and it sim­ply needs rest, like the ner­vous sys­tem. A sim­ple show­er is not enough. Be sure, at least a cou­ple of hours a day, you need to let the body “breathe” nat­u­ral­ly — by direct con­tact with the air.

For what? The answer is sim­ple: The more your skin breathes, the less you sweat, and there­fore the less you expe­ri­ence acne, eczema, break­outs and irri­ta­tion.

Reason 6: Important for the female and male body

Sleep­ing naked has a ben­e­fi­cial effect on the health of the gen­i­tal organs of both women and men. Let’s con­sid­er in order.

It is prefer­able for the fair sex to sleep naked. Since sleep­ing with­out clothes pre­vents the active repro­duc­tion of bac­te­ria and fun­gi that devel­op in warm and humid con­di­tions. Just such cre­ates clothes.

Men, on the oth­er hand, are advised by experts to cat­e­gor­i­cal­ly refuse tight-fit­ting under­wear in favor of free or even in its absence. Why? Sci­en­tists have proven that tight-fit­ting under­pants fet­ter the gen­i­tals: sperm motil­i­ty decreas­es, as does their con­cen­tra­tion, which results in a loss of pro­duc­tive func­tion.

Reason 7: Prevention of deterioration in family relations

Good habits con­tribute to pos­i­tive emo­tions.

Touch­ing the skin is a real aphro­disi­ac, that is, sleep­ing naked with a loved one pro­motes a reg­u­lar inti­mate life and strength­ens rela­tion­ships.


Accord­ing to the British Insti­tute of Research, 57% of Britons who sleep naked said they are hap­py in their rela­tion­ship, com­pared to 43% of those who pre­fer to sleep in their clothes.

Bod­i­ly con­tact (through the skin) has a ben­e­fi­cial effect on the inti­mate life of a man and a woman. It simul­ta­ne­ous­ly increas­es trac­tion and increas­es the lev­el of trust between part­ners, and also almost com­plete­ly removes con­straint: usu­al­ly, those who are embar­rassed become more relaxed over time.

Inter­est­ing note!

In Rus’, there was one belief: a woman who want­ed to get preg­nant had to sleep naked on a moon­lit night.

Reason 8: Budget Savings

Of course, buy­ing a lace shirt or a bathrobe (yes, they sleep in them) is def­i­nite­ly pos­i­tive emo­tions, but, most often, it is a big expense item, a waste of mon­ey, and women also have a headache: “black or red?”.

And final­ly, here is the case when the rule “from the oppo­site” applies: it is always eas­i­er not to do than to do! Why waste time search­ing, buy­ing, and then putting on / tak­ing off things, if you can do with­out it and, what is impor­tant, with health ben­e­fits?


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