Positive Effects of Sleeping Naked

If You Sleep Naked Tonight, Here’s The Surprising Effects It’ll Have On Your Body

Sleep not only is important for your overall physical health but also very important for your mental health. The human body needs enough sleep in order to be prepared for the daily activities. Sleeping is as important as eating because if you don’t get enough sleep you may experience serious health problems.  Or if you’re like me you get CrAnKy too!!

A study showed that every third person is sleeping naked, they are intimate with a partner and that promotes a sense of happiness, but in same time lowers the blood pressure, strengthens the immune system and reduces feelings of anxiety. It also reduces divorce rates.  LOL

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Sleeping without clothes will give you an amazing feeling of absolute freedom, much like skinny dipping!   There is nothing that scratches or wraps around your body while you are sleeping during the night. In fact, this is great recipe for increasing the sexual desire between partners as when people are naked, they simply feel sexier. It is incredibly sexy to touch your partner, skin to skin.


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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF SLEEPING NAKED?

It’s better to sleep without pajamas since you will save money as there is no need to buy, wash or iron. In case you are cold at night, you always can cover yourself with an extra blanket.  I prefer cozying up to my husband!


Comfort

Sleeping naked is more comfortable and easier, your body stays more relaxed and you get peaceful sound sleep.  Once you get used to sleeping naked, it is likely that you will never go back to the old habit of sleeping in pajamas.


Better Sleep with Oxytocin

If you and your partner both sleep in the nude, you can be reaping the benefits of this feel-good hormone. Skin to skin touching (with intimacy, an essential oil massage, intercourse, or cuddling) is all that is required. … And orgasms are nature’s best sleep aid. More cuddling and a more active sexual life results in the release of Oxytocin.  Oxytocin plays significant role in intimacy, sexual reproduction and social bonding of both the partners.


Improves Skin Quality

Sleeping naked will improve your skin quality as your skin can breathe completely free. What is even more important, over time your genitals get aired and this ultimately leads to better sexual health. In addition to this, letting your private parts, armpits and feet to breathe, will lower the risk of skin diseases, such as athlete’s foot, which commonly is caused by wet and covered skin.


Helps Regulate Cortisol

By sleeping naked, your body temperature will be at the optimal ranges and thus your body can better create cortisol. When you sleep overheated the cortisol levels tend to stay high even after you wake up, which may lead to increased anxiety, cravings for bad food or weight gain. Sleeping naked can properly produce and regulate the cortisol levels.


Balances Melatonin and Growth Hormone

Sleeping naked will help your body to regulate the melatonin and growth hormone levels. There are many studies which have proved that these hormones slow down aging and are crucial for good health.  Clothes off my friends!!


Essential oils can reduce stress and elevate mood, which can promote increased feelings of sensuality and sexual energy.

Smell is one of the most primal of our senses. Aromatherapy can reveal a whole other level to intimacy.  But essential oils are more than just a scent.  To name a few, Essential oils can:

  • rid negative emotions of bitterness, and resentment to encourage positive ones like forgiveness, compassion, and transformation.
  • settle relationship conflicts and forge stronger bonds of trust and passion.
  • enhance our own personal confidence, thus increasing our attraction.
  • boost our libido which increases physical intimacy.
  • help with relaxation and sleep

How can you use these oils?

  1. Diffuse to set the mood!
  2. Combine one or more of these with some almond oil (a female aphrodisiac scent) or other light oil for homemade massage oil.  Extra powerful on reflexology/ Vita-flex points on the feet, hands, and ears. About 20 drops total per 1/2 cup (100ml or so).
  3. Drop some in bath water to be enjoyed alone or together.
  4. Add a drop or two to skin and beauty items, like lotions and hair products.
  5. Make a sexy bedlinen spray by using 10-20 drops in a 2 oz. glass spritz bottle and spray on sheets and pillows.
  6. Wear as perfume behind ears, neck, wrists, cleavage, bikini line, etc.

Below are the aphrodisiac properties of the top sensual essential oils for love, romance, and passion which ultimately lead to relaxation!  😉

Ylang Ylang – Uniquely calming, cooling, and euphoric at the same time.  Known for soothing anxieties and conflicts, Ylang Ylang has a euphoric effect on the nervous system.

Jasmine – This heady aroma promotes deep-lasting affections by bringing confidence and a slight warmth.  It is seductive for rekindling and sustaining strong relationships, taking away performance anxiety or feelings of inadequacy.

Sandalwood – Uniquely able to mingle with everyone’s own natural body odors, which means Sandalwood produces different aromas and pheremones for each person!  Brings out the best in you, something very personal.

Black Pepper – Think stamina, strength, and heat.  The penetrating properties of this EO produce a warming effect,  so should be used in very small amounts.

Cinnamon – This oil can increase appetites, both nutritionally and sexually.  It is another oil that brings the heat, increasing blood flow to areas, so please dilute!

Patchouli – Who doesn’t love Patchouli?  The biggest gift here is focus.  Patchouli aids in a sharp mind and being fully present with a partner or self, as well as overcoming fatigue.   Helps men relax and arouse.

Orange or Lime – These oils combined with other sensual Essential Oils add a layer of playfulness and fun.  They can lighten the mood.

Ginger – This pungent oil boost vitality, spices up the libido, and heightens passion and desire.

Nutmeg – Similar in effects to Ginger.

Basil – A sweet and spicy oil that promotes love, seduction, and fertility by awakening the senses and arousal.

Clary Sage – This mellow oil contains natural phytoestrogens which makes it perfect for supporting normal PMS and menopause…an excellent balancing oil for female hormone support and fertility.

Lady Sclareol – An alluring and seductive blend of oils (Geranium, Coriander, Vetiver, Orange, Clary, Bergamot, Ylang ylang, Royal Hawaiian™ sandalwood, Spanish sage, Jasmine, Idaho blue spruce, Spearmint, and Hinoki)  Great for skin, perfume, and driving each other wild!

Sensation – This is a really romantic blend to enhance the enjoyment of togetherness!  Comes as an essential oil or already-ready in a Sensation Massage oil.

Joy – It inspires romance.   Contains rose oil which is the most uplifting, loving, romantic oil.

Mister – An essential oil that specifically benefits men.   It also helps promote greater inner-body balance and many have found it soothing when stressed. Mister is recommended for men age thirty and over.

Goldenrod – My husband begged me to get this oil for him.  He now has 3 bottles at his disposal.  Supports the circulatory system, opens up the blood vessels and better flow is a good thing.  We love Goldenrod!

Idaho Blue Spruce – Increases focus, calming,  yet increases emotional awareness.  One of my favorites.

Lavender –  Lavender relaxes, soothes, and nurtures…and it can do the same for a relationship.


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Here are a few of my favorites for sleep. I love to mix these with Epsom Salts in a nice hot bath before bed.

Lavender:  widely used for its calming properties.  It eases tension and induces relaxation.

Cedarwood:  warm, woody scent that is both grounding and calming, promoting a great night’s sleep

Vetiver:  This grass has a rich, exotic aroma that is extremely grounding for emotions.

Marjoram:  has a slightly spicy, warm aroma that calms and helps you release emotional stress and trauma

Roman Chamomile:  sweet floral aroma is calming and soothing to the mind and body, making it one of the most often used essential oils for sleep

Bergamot:  floral citrus aroma is an adaptogen, meaning that it can be both uplifting and calming, depending on what your body needs at the time.  Helps calm and reduce anxious feelings.

Wild (Sweet) Orange:  sweet citrus scent and, like bergamot, wild/sweet orange is also an adaptogen that can be either energizing or calming, depending on what your body needs

Grounding Blend:  refers to a generic term for essential oil blends that include essential oils like blue tansy, frankincense, and spruce.  These blends promote tranquility and relaxation while eases anxious feelings.

Frankincense:  warm, spicy aroma promotes feelings of peace, relaxation, and satisfaction.  A great oil to use to help balance your mood.  When combined with other oils, frankincense often enhances the properties of the other essential oils.

Patchouli:  musky scent is grounding and balancing for emotions

Hawaiian Sandalwood:  rich, sweet and woody aroma instills calm and relaxation.  It’s soothing scent lessens tension, promotes emotional well-being, and has a meditative-like effect.

Calming Blend:  refers to a generic term for essential oil blends that include essential oils like lavender, ylang ylang, marjoram, and Roman chamomile.  These blends lessen the feeling of stress, calm emotions, and create a peaceful feeling.


Message me for assistance in finding the right oils for you.  Better sleep with natural chemistry!

P.E.A.C.E.*(Proper Education Always Corrects Error)

The Oily Guru

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9 Comments

  1. Lark E. Kirkwood

    Wow! What a wonderful read! My interest in essential oil, aromatherapy, being naked, etc. etc. should cause this comment to not be construed as spam. Not only are you a great writer, the content is so relative, and you included the full resources of what I love to know and learn about. Thank you I look forward to more.

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    1. Roxy

      Thank you Lark. There is so much great information out there and unfortunately most of us don’t have the time to look for it. So glad you like what I take the time to pull together. Thanks for following!!

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