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Sleep is a human necessity.

So much so that without it, we die. To make sure we don't do that, our bodies will force us to sleep whether we want to and are comfortable or not.

Every now and then that means having a less-than-five-star sleeping experience.

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Image by Dieter Robbins from Pixabay

Sleeping puts you in a vulnerable position. You're laying down, muscles are relaxed, the room is dark, and if you wake up you're mind will be the furthest thing from sharp.

But some people are out there leaning into the that vulnerability. They heap on one extra pivotal variable: they do it completely naked.

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A deep, sound sleep is vulnerable. You're on your back, your eyes are closed, it's usually dark, and you are--at best--30 seconds away from full and alert consciousness.

Usually, that's fine. Usually, you sleep hours and hours until the light comes again. The morning you expected arrives. You wake gently and take the time you need to return to waking life on your terms, at your pace.

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It's a shame that only 17% of Americans sleep naked...

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Falling asleep and insomnia have been hot topics in the media for more than a decade. Is the reason you can't sleep because of your bad sleep habits—inconsistent bedtime, hitting snooze every morning, drinking alcohol before bed, etc.—or is it that evil blue light we've all been warned emanates from our beloved electronic devices?

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