• Yes, because PJ's bunch up around the joints and cut off circulation.
    • beaker95
  • Yes it's good to know that sleeping naked increases growth hormone
  • Sleeping naked allows the body to breath easier. I have been a nudist for many years and have likewise slept nude for many years.
  • Sometimes I do when I can't fall asleep and it is a lot better. It is just really awkward when you need to go to the bathroom in the middle of the night.
    • Victorine
      Why would sleeping in the nude make going to the bathroom awkward? If you're afraid of running into someone in a hallway, keep a bathrobe by your bed.
  • Yes, but I wear a shirt to keep my shoulders warm.
    • beaker95
  • Yes. I'm always sleeping in the nude because I like remain loose, not tight.
  • 3-29-2017 Yes, because it's such a drag trying to get them off when you want to make lust.
  • Yes, and I go Commando too.
    • beaker95
    • Anoname
    • beaker95
  • Mr PantsFellDown can't wear PJ's, because they fall down. (I dont know why.) (I wear them pulled half way down like pants are supposed to be worn. It's not MY fault! *sigh* ......Anyway it's best to sleep nude, in case in the night you suddenly find a naked woman is hovering over your bed. ........................
    • beaker95
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Oh I hope so!
  • Nope... I have no bed buddy and it's too cold here to sleep nude. Even in summer, I wear sleep shorts and tshirt.
    • Roaring
      I learned from a Swedish woman that the best way to keep warm even solo is nude where your body heat heats the air around your body. A good blanket(s) or feather comforter(or two) is key.
    • Linda Joy
      A Swedish woman who wanted to get him naked! Lol no, its true.
  • Yes I always either sleep in the nude or all dressed in pink. In fact I'm always either nude or dressed head to toe in bright pink and wearing bright pink glasses and a bright pink headband.
    • beaker95
    • Mr PantsFellDown
  • Makes it harder for the aliens to suck me out of the bed at night.
    • beaker95
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      em...hmm... hoo boy. *blink* ..And you DON'T want to make it hard to get sucked! (oops)(I was trying so hard not to do that) (Those pesky aliens anyway! Always probing and penetrating....the atmosphere, to study us ....with their probing and tying you up in restraints *loosens collar, feeling a bit warm* ..And whats with turning the cows inside out by the way? That's just rude! A good guest should NEVER treat your farm animals like a pair of socks. Yeesh!
    • Roaring
      Like strumming an instrument, the cadence of phrases.......
  • When it gets hot I do. The fan works better that way.
  • I used to. But after a friend died in a house fire while looking for his PJ's before escaping; I no longer do. I prefer sleeping in an Arab thobe though. As unlike PJ's it does not bunch up around joints and gives a better sleep too.
  • Yes, I always find night clothing to get in the way and bunch up.
    • beaker95
    • Scotslass
      Sleeping - what else are you suggesting you naughty man ;)
  • Yep, I get very comfy. :)
  • Of course, it is a relaxing feeling.
  • No. You'll last until your first house fire.
    • Roaring
      Funny you should mention that. One friend witnessed a fire where a naked woman was on her porch roof naked waiting for rescue from a burning house. Fortunately it was during warm season.
    • Victorine
      All you need to do is keep a bathrobe by your bed. put a pair of clean underwear in the pocket if you feel the need.
  • sometimes especially since i live alone
  • Yes. It is much more comfortable. I can't remember when I last slept not naked, even camping or sleeping on a friend's sofa I always sleep nude.
  • If there was a fire, you need to get out quickly.
  • Yes, and it's not for sexual reasons. It's simply more comfortable. We sleep best when we feel relatively cool, and I find that pajamas or nightgowns get tangled up under the covers and make me feel too warm.
  • Nope, not since the night the house burned down.
  • Yes. In the winter I have two fleece blankets, one as sheet and one as cover. I like the furry feel. In summer I have two mulberry silk sheets, one as sheet, one as cover...and definitely like that silky feel.
  • No. If there was an emergency, you would need to get dressed.

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