People Share The Real Reason They Sleep Naked
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Finding the right pajamas can be a fairly stressful ordeal.

Which is perhaps why some people choose to forgo pajamas all together, and sleep in the nude.

No doubt saving people hundreds of dollars on what they might otherwise have spent on a pair of pajamas.

But in addition to being economical, people no doubt have countless reasons for their natural choice of sleepwear.

Or lack thereof.

Redditor -TheMidpoint- was curious to hear why people opted to sleep in the buff, leading them to ask:

"People who sleep naked, why?"


Because I can!

"Zero restrictions while sleeping means better sleep."

"I have learned to hang a robe by the bedroom door..."- IssaScott

"Freedom!I"

"I sleep better when my body is a bit cool."

"I hate having to wear clothes by day, so by night its a relief!"- Draculamb

'I have to wear clothes all day, f*ck having to wearing them in bed."- Purple-Homework764

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Built in security system

"Wouldn't you be scared if you were a robber and saw a naked man running at you with a frying pan?"- makz_ammo

Read into it as you will...

"Same reason I shower naked, so I don't get my clothes wet."- dmack080288

This could have two meanings...

'It's f*ckin hot."- Kulladar

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Not just at bedtime...

"It stops people from sitting next to me on the train."- bujler

"When else does my genitals gets to see sunlight."- sex_chef

To get a head start on the day.

"In the morning I don’t feel like taking off clothes to get into the shower so i just sleep naked."- Zoie10135

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It just feels so good...

"because it's way more comfortable and I won't feel every single crease in the clothing and it won't bunch up."- everyonesBF

The most important factor when it comes to sleepwear is comfort.

Which, for many people means ditching sleeping attire all together.

And let's face it, there are few better feelings than that of the sheets against your skin.

Well, maybe one or two things, which also involve a lack of clothing...

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