News News. Dear Annie: My husband and I are in our mids. I know that raising kids today is nothing like it was 30 years ago, but Jake seems well adjusted. I checked with the other parents, and they confirm this. They frequently appear in the nude at breakfast if they are going skinny-dipping in the pool after. She sees no need for them to dress. I have no problem with Jake sleeping naked in his room or skinny-dipping — even the coed kind. But somehow, the idea of six teenage boys running around the house naked all day bothers me. He remembers fondly how he swam naked at the YMCA through his college years at an all-male school. He says it builds character and is a significant male bonding experience.
She can crank the AC up a little less, and be more environmentally sensitive. According to a new survey, Swanson is in the majority, particularly in her Millennial age bracket. Two-thirds of Millennials report sleeping in the nude, the poll by the mattress review site MattressAdvisor. Joe Mercurio, a project manager with Mattress Advisor, said he stumbled across several articles suggesting that people sleep better without clothes — and he decided to find out more. He surveyed over 1, people across the country, 58 percent of whom said they sleep in the nude. Nude sleepers also report better sleep quality than pajama-wearers. Only 39 percent of Boomers sleep in the buff, compared with nearly 65 percent of Millennials, the survey found. More than half of people who sleep nude report that their partner does, too. Lack of clothes seems to promote love-making, with nude sleepers reporting substantially more sex than those who prefer to sleep clothed, the study found.
Prudie counsels a parent whose son and daughter may be a little too close.
If you prefer to keep it all natch at night, you're in good company. Just how many people sleep naked as the day they were born? I'm glad you asked. A new survey from Mattress Advisor found that 65 percent of millennials prefer to snooze in their birthday suits. While sleeping naked with your partner can increase the chances of midnight romance, that's not the number one reason people choose to the sleep in the buff. According to the survey, 69 percent of people said sleeping naked is more comfortable , 58 percent said it's more relaxing, and 54 said they sleep better naked. If you're a troubled sleeper, it's worth ditching your PJs to see if this helps you slip off to dreamland faster and stay asleep longer. Of people who typically sleep naked, the survey reported that when they did sleep clothed 77 said they experienced diminished sleep quality. While sleeping naked might be comfortable AF, some naked sleepers reported incidents where they've had to leave their beds during an emergency sans clothes, which makes a good case for keeping a robe nearby so you don't have to wander the streets in the nude when they fire alarm goes off in the middle of the night. For those who don't sleep naked, the survey reported that almost 69 percent sleep partially clothed and 31 percent sleep fully clothed — these are the people who have the fancy pajamas you usually only see in the movies.
Sure, it feels sexier, but that doesn't even scratch the surface. Sleeping naked is legitimately good for your health — and, of course, it is sexier. Here are all the reasons you should strip down before settling in to the sheets. Tight, vag-hugging undies can be a warm, moist breeding ground for the bacteria that causes infections, and letting your vagina air out overnight by sleeping nude can help keep you healthy and clean. As Nicole Prause, an Associate Research Scientist at the University of California Los Angeles, told Medical Daily , sleeping naked reduces the ability of those bacteria to "overwhelm the normal healthy vaginal flora.