Why sleeping naked could cut your risk of diabetes… not to mention ward off infections, trim your waistline and make you less exhausted

Sleep experts agree it’s important to keep cool at night as your body (or ‘core’) temperature needs to drop by about half a degree for you to fall asleep.

The brain, driven by your internal body clock, sends messages to the blood vessels to open up and release heat.

‘Your core temperature is at its highest at 11pm and its lowest at 4am,’ says Dr Chris Idzikowski, director of the Edinburgh Sleep Centre and author of Sound Asleep: The Expert Guide To Sleeping Well.

‘If anything prevents that decline in temperature, the brain will wake itself up to see what’s going on, meaning you’ll struggle to get to sleep or you’ll have disturbed sleep.

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  1. John Oliver Mason 4 years ago

    I’ve been doing in-the-house nudity for a while, and it’s fun and subversive. the problem is I try to sleep nude, but some nights I keep getting up to relieve myself, and I can’t sleep at all, although one night I was able to sleep. I would love to continue sleeping nude. What can I do about it? Thanks.

  2. naturistsholiday 4 years ago

    Reblogged this on Naturist Holidays in Europe.

  3. Penis Hazelton 4 years ago

    Reblogged this on Penis's Nudist Life.

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