What’s the best way to sleep – naked or in your PJs?
Blake reckons. . .
We spend 36% of our lives in our beds, we need good sleep to let our bodies recover and recharge for the next day, but what’s the best way to do it? Clothed? Or naked?
I say clothed, living in a shared household, clothed is the only way, too many times I have done the late night stumble to the bathroom only to have a very awkward conversation with my flat mate, usually about why I’m not wearing pants.
Plus we have all heard the stories or the family emergency or touch wood a fire in your house and you have to leave ASAP leaving no time to grab your possessions, let alone remembering to put your pants on. Do you really want to be the person standing in the street with your tackle hanging out? Of course not! now I know I am thinking worst case scenarios here but there are other reasons.
Google bed bugs! Have a look at those little microscopic critters that infest your bed when you sleep feasting on skin cells and bodily fluids. Sweat, tears, saliva and snot can seep into your sheets and our beds also hold traces of urine, faeces and other bodily discharge. Ewwww, I hope you wash your sheets? That will most definitely make you keep your pants on. Sleepwear can be so much fun, with designer brands and celebrities bringing out their own lines you now have even more selection to choose from. Boxers, knickers, nighties, jocks and brands like Peter Alexander are making sleepwear comfortable and sexy, so from now on I don’t risk it – pants on is the only way to sleep.
CK says. . .
Nudity. Everyone loves a nudey run at a grand final. Everyone loves to see that drunk nude guy taped to the street sign after a huge bucks night. Nudity is bliss.
This utter love of the birthday suit should be embraced as much as possible and to my shock, I discovered Blake can’t sleep in the nude. He’s suffering from a case of Gymnophobia. Yes ladies and gentlemen, the fear of being nude.
He puts it down to being afraid that there will be a house fire, and he will have to flee naked. If Blake lived in the USA there is 0.0044 per cent chance of this happening to him. There is more chance of getting struck by lightning, touch wood. But he lives in fear, sleeping each night in pyjamas otherwise known as the straight jacket of the bedroom. Not only is sleeping naked more comfortable, but it’s good for your health too. Scientists have proved your level of comfort rises, making it easier for you to relax and sleep, so you get a better night’s kip. The resulting deeper, longer sleep makes it easier for your body to regenerate and repair itself, and build up your energy for the day ahead. Scientific proof you should nude up for beddy byes. And if you’re into the environment, then listen up eco warriors – sleeping in the nude is considered better for the environment! Why? Less pyjamas equals less production and a smaller carbon footprint! So forget the prius and the embrace the nude!!! As for Blake, he can keep his Peter Alexanders on, that’s an image I don’t want to fall asleep with, it’s scarier than the