While sleeping naked may not be your first choice now, you might want to consider the potential benefits before slipping into your PJs tonight. In fact, 68 percent of Americans report having trouble falling asleep at least once a week. Insomnia and other sleep disorders are driving people towards supplementary bedtime rituals, from bedtime yoga to consistent nightly routines that help you decompress. In the case of dressing or not dressing at bedtime, many studies tell us that less is more. In addition to laying out the benefits of sleeping naked, we also surveyed Americans to see if people are incorporating this into their routine and why. Of the However, there are several health benefits many are unaware of.
Only 29% of People Reported That They Sleep Naked
Are you wearing more than your birthday suit to bed? You could be missing out on some serious benefits from sleeping the old fashioned way: buck naked. According to sleep experts, you should be getting about 7 to 9 hours of sleep every night. Must must be nice — for a lot of us, those hours are reserved only for weekends or after a few glasses of wine. But, sleep is vital to being a functional human being and not on the hot mess express. If nighttime nudity gets you one step closer to better shut-eye, why not give it a go? We all need as much help as we can get. Numerous studies have shown that getting some shut-eye in low temperatures does wonders for your sleep. Your skin is naturally really good at insulating itself and your body temperature drops to promote sleep. So, is temperature the reason you often wake up kicking off your covers?
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Click through for some of their most surprising findings…. While 81 percent of Americans prefer to sleep in silence and 77 percent refrain from sleep aids, 19 percent sleep listening to music, six percent use prescription drugs to help lull them to sleep, nine percent utilize a sound machine, five percent don a sleep mask, and three percent wear earplugs. Thirty-six percent of respondents say they sleep soundly through the night. Lucky, right? Take note of the 65 percent of side-sleepers in the U. Research has shown sleeping on your side can help clean toxic waste from your brain. The 20 percent of back-sleepers and 15 percent of stomach sleepers may want to consider converting from the dark side to the right or left side.
When it comes to sleeping in the buff, people have a lot of strong opinions. But are there actually any benefits to sleeping nude or partially clothed? We turned to the people of the internet and sleep expert Matthew Walker, author of Why We Sleep and a professor of neuroscience at UC Berkeley, to find out. Unfortunately, Walker says that there's little scientific proof supporting the potential health benefits of sleeping in the buff. But we can glean some information from hunter-gatherer tribes in Africa who are more exposed to temperature changes.