You’ll Feel Less Stressed
When you sleep naked, your cortisol levels decrease since your body has an easier time cooling down and finding that comfortable sleep temperature. Sleeping naked allows you to feel more relaxed. Your blood pressure decreases instead of the unsettling alternative of feeling anxiety-ridden. Your body essentially tells itself that it’s time to take a break and that there isn’t any room for all your daily worries. Increased cortisol levels can also lead to excess body fat from stress eating. If you never allow yourself to relax and fail to get an adequate amount of sleep, you may see unhealthy changes in your diet. There are countless health consequences that stem from stress so if sleeping naked can prevent even just a few of them, it’s worth it.
You’ll Have Less Laundry
The Laundry Monster is already big and scary enough between our tops, pants, shorts, dresses, bras, sports bras, bralettes (how many bras do we have?), socks and underwear. Sleeping naked allows you to have a little less laundry and when you have less laundry, you use less energy! So, you could conceivably say that sleeping naked is eco-friendly and therefore amazing.
It’s A Natural Confidence Boost
Sleeping naked is quite the intimate thing—you force yourself to become acquainted with your body. This type of vulnerability though can be a healthy change in your life. It’s important to feel comfortable in your own skin and to embrace the body you've been given. We should acknowledge ourselves in our most natural state. Who knows, maybe after a few days you’ll be parading around your bedroom in total naked bliss, completely in awe of how incredible it feels to just be you.
The moral of the story is to be just as naked and natural as our organic products. No one wants to crawl into a bed that prevents them from fully experiencing a healthy sleep. Sleeping naked in chemical flame retardants doesn’t flow as nicely as sleeping naked in organic comfort. You don’t have to get rid of your sleepwear entirely. Go ahead and lounge in them while you’re watching a movie or writing the next great American novel (one can dream). When it’s time to actually get some zzz’s in though, try putting your pajamas away for the evening. Sleep well!