Pajamas, lingerie, shirts and shorts, boxer briefs, or underwear – which of these do you prefer to wear while sleeping and why? You’ll be surprised that experts claim you don’t need sleepwear at all because sleeping with no clothes on is actually good for your health!
By Dr. Mercola
Can sleeping naked improve your sleep and health? Evidence suggests that, yes, ditching your sleepwear may in fact have a number of benefits, including better sleep. Interestingly enough, a mere 8 percent of Americans admit to sleeping firstname.lastname@example.org
Many of these health benefits result from the fact that sleeping n@ked helps prevent overheating, which can have a significant impact on your sleep quality. As you fall asleep, your body temperature drops, and this drop in core temperature actually helps you sleep better.
As you wake, your body temperature rises, which is why it’s much more difficult to fall asleep and stay asleep when you’re hot.