Sleeping in the nude is better for you.

@amadeo (70335)
United States
January 13, 2018 3:23pm CST
Good afternoon. How many sleep in the nude.I have been doing this for years. I love the freedom of sleeping in the nude. Below is an online about sleeping in the nude is much better. They are ten reason.Take a look Nothing offensive here.
There are many benefits, physiologically and psychologically, to sleeping naked. Here are just 10 reasons you should be going commando at night.
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@Marty1 (35394)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
13 Jan
I am afraid i will have to be called out of the house in an emergency and don't want to not have time to put on clothes
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
13 Jan
@Marty1 just have your clothing near by and put it on.LOL
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@tmosby (315)
14 Jan
@Marty1 Ha ha, you are always aware and ever-ready for emergencies.
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@Marty1 (35394)
• Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
15 Jan
@tmosby yes that is me! Except for last night, i took off my sweatpants and shirt as they were bothering me so i put on a light summer nightgown. And it was really cold last night!
@Kandae11 (40232)
13 Jan
I live in a country which is in the earthquake belt - one can occur with no warning. Therefore I would not feel comfortable sleeping at night without anything on. Just in case an earthquake strikes and I must make a quick exit from my home.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
13 Jan
@Kandae11 well do you not have an escape clothing there near by.I always do.My bathrobe and pants etc.
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@Kandae11 (40232)
13 Jan
@amadeo An earthquake lasts between 1 and 3 minutes - not even enough time to open a door with grills and many locks and get out.
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@Kandae11 (40232)
14 Jan
@thedevilinme Why, may I ask?
@Corbin5 (112940)
• United States
13 Jan
I never had. Not something I would want to do.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
13 Jan
@Corbin5 I have been doing this for years.No bug or spider.LOL
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@Juliaacv (32353)
• Canada
13 Jan
I just cannot do it-I keep on thinking of those poor firemen who might get more then an eye-ful if we ever had a fire in the middle of the night.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@Juliaacv well you should have an emergency back up.I do.LOL
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@thedevilinme thanks Glad you okay it.lol
@snowy22315 (50997)
• United States
13 Jan
It's pretty cold this time of the year to think about doing that! I prefer to wear something at night even in the summer.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
13 Jan
@snowy223315 yes it is.But if you have a warm comforter and heating on.Should be okay.Just saying
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@snowy22315 (50997)
• United States
13 Jan
@amadeo pass
@Plethos (10432)
• United States
14 Jan
Interesting, only when im too lazy to get dressed. @vandana brought me here.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@Plethos I see thtat
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@vandana7 (66828)
• India
15 Jan
Was it a punishment? Evil Grin. You got to learn what is trending.
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@NJChicaa (44866)
• United States
13 Jan
I could never do that. I would be way too cold!
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
13 Jan
@NJChicaa yes for some I imagine would be cold
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@NJChicaa (44866)
• United States
13 Jan
@amadeo I sleep in a long-sleeved t-shirt and sweatpants (with socks!) and under the blankets all year long.
@marlina (76605)
• Canada
13 Jan
I prefer to wear a nightgown or a pj.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@marlina yes most people do
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@pgntwo (21929)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
14 Jan
Some of those so-called benefits to sleeping as nature intended only apply in temperate climes... no fun having to get up in the wee small hours in the cold, stumble around in the dark to find your dressing gown so you can stagger, half-asleep, to the bathroom without risking awakening, or worse, encountering, others in the house... Interesting article, thanks for the tag, @vandana7!
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@pgntwo why stumble leave it on your bed.I am very organize and never stumble.I love the freedom.
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@pgntwo (21929)
• Derry, Northern Ireland
14 Jan
@amadeo I won't deny that there is a certain freedom there, yes indeed... The dressing gown inevitably falls off the bed, and you end up pulling the cover off the bed in your attempts to retrieve the garment without switching on the bedside light... third-world problems, probably the reason so many invest in an en-suite bathroom I guess - freedom!
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@pgntwo A good one there.Thanks
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@JustBhem (41164)
• Davao, Philippines
14 Jan
I remember when I was alone in my boarding house, I use to sleep with my panty. Like I have all the freedom to sleep very well. Lol.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@JustBehem. good for you.The freedom is the thing.
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@JustBhem (41164)
• Davao, Philippines
14 Jan
@amadeo Exactly. But now I cannot do that. Lol
@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@JustBhem Okay then.
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@Susan2015 (21310)
• United States
14 Jan
I just can't do that. Have to have my pajamas.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@Suan2015 many do as you can see here.
@fly802 (1517)
14 Jan
When it is summer season, I would like to do that.,But don`t have more chances as my baby is coming very soon.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@fly802 I see.Cute
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• Eugene, Oregon
13 Jan
Yes, when it is warm I do, but the house gets down to 62 in winter (we like it cool), so I wear some pjs this time of year.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
13 Jan
@JamesHxstatic James I do not own any PJ.Never had them.Just a bathrobe.
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@thelme55 (14944)
• Germany
13 Jan
Nope. That would be so cold for me.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
13 Jan
@thelma55 I am sure it is cold for many here.
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@thelme55 (14944)
• Germany
13 Jan
@amadeo yes, I am also sure of that. It is winter.
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@yugocean (8774)
• India
14 Jan
Not me, in winter we cannot dare, in summer we do not want . In normal days I wear normal pajama.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@yugocean okay.Thank you
@averygirl72 (16620)
• Philippines
14 Jan
I actually haven't tried it. I wear socks. I wear pajamas and I wear longsleeve because of aircon at night
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@averygirl72 no nice heavy comforter.
• United States
14 Jan
in new england,in winter? yea.ain't happening.
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@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@scarlet_woman.No problem for me.
@kobesbuddy (52616)
• East Tawas, Michigan
14 Jan
Nope, nothing offense here. I sleep in heavy pajamas and socks, to keep from feeling cold.
@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@kobesbuddy yes many do there.
@kobesbuddy (52616)
• East Tawas, Michigan
14 Jan
@amadeo Our home is very cold at night, so I bundle up to stay warm.
@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@kobesbuddy I do not blame you there.
@gaianoor (1144)
• Tirana, Albania
14 Jan
i can go to bed with my pj but i will wake up without them. i like to remove them during the night
@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@gaianoor I see.Too warm there during the night
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@gaianoor (1144)
• Tirana, Albania
14 Jan
@amadeo yeah, but maybe its just me
@SAM774 (4048)
14 Jan
I feel uncomfortable that way
@amadeo (70335)
• United States
14 Jan
@Sam774 I see.Your choice