According to an article written by Healthline, Sleeping naked might not be the first thing you think about when it comes to improving your health, but some benefits might be too good to ignore. Since sleeping naked is pretty easy to try yourself, it might be time to strip down and get your snooze on. For your health, that is.
As it turns out, there are many benefits of sleeping naked. You may have heard of some of these, but others might surprise you.
1. Improve your relationship
While s£x can be a great part of your relationship, sleeping naked with your partner can be just as wonderful. One study discovered that skin-to-skin contact between adults stimulates the release of oxytocin, which plays an important role in building attachment between partners.
Even better? Touching your partner is also great for your health not just your relationship and sleeping naked is a fantastic way to reap both benefits.
2. It Helps To Burn Calories
Studies show that when the body is at a cooler temperature, it activates tissue called brown fat, which burns extra calories as the body tries to warm up. Brown fat produces heat by burning calories (300 times more heat than any organ in the body), and this boosts your metabolism all day long to help you lose weight.
3. Prevent weight gain
According to Healthline, If you’re having problems falling asleep, it could be wreaking havoc on your life in many ways. One study followed over 21,000 people for three years and found a possible link between inadequate sleep and weight gain. Individuals who reportedly slept equal to or less than 5 hours per night were more likely to gain weight.
4. Promote vaginal health
According to Healthline, Sleeping naked is also a great way to increase vaginal health and avoid yeast infections. Tight-fitting or sweaty underwear can increase your risk of vaginal yeast infection since yeast likes to grow in warm, moist places.
Regardless of what you wear during the day, sleeping naked is an easy way to air out your vagina and keep it healthy.
5. Balanced Hormones.
Sleeping unclothed and thus getting less warm at night can even begin to affect other aspects of your health, including your hormones. “Sleeping with a low body temperature can positively regulate hormones like melatonin, growth hormone, and cortisol,” says Powell. “These hormones are important for mood, quality of sleep, and blood pressure.”
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