Do you love being naked at Home?
If you answered yes, don’t worry you are not alone. Studies show that lots of people enjoy being naked at home.
Here are a few tips to do it successfully without making others uncomfortable:
If you have family, consider them carefully before stripping down. Make sure they are OK with the idea, and do not pressure them to be so. Even better, make sure they’re out of the house as well.
Don’t force anyone at all to be naked, and don’t get naked in front of anyone who is uncomfortable with the idea.
Public nudity isn’t always a crime, but might be illegal in some cities or states. Do not be seen by anyone outside your home if public nudity is illegal in your area.
Some great benefits of being naked at home
Many women struggle with body image issues, especially after having children. Most of us are all too familiar with the “tricks” that help us avoid seeing our full naked selves. There’s the full-on avoidance of mirrors (don’t look!), the refusal to install full-length mirrors (chest up only, please!), and the quick “towel wrap” after showers (quick, cover up!). I’ve done them all myself, so I totally get it.
But forcing yourself to spend more time naked forces you to confront the fact that your body is yours. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. No matter where you stand in your health journey, our bodies are amazing. They carry us through life and they deserve to be respected and treated well, not avoided at all costs.
Get comfortable with actually looking at your body and you may just get comfortable with what you need to do to learn to love your body more, too.
Your skin will improve by being a nudist at home.
Tight, synthetic apparel can cause skin to freak out, resulting in rashes, clogged pores, and irritation, according to dermatologist and RealSelf advisor Dr. Sejal Shah. And when you perspire, it creates an environment for yeast and fungus to thrive, which, gross. She recommends sleeping sans skivvies to keep your skin healthy and clear. If you’re into pumping iron at home, maybe try doing it au naturel to avoid sweaty workout clothes that trap bacteria against your skin. That’s the way Arnold probably did it, right? At the very least, you’ll save yourself the stench of old gym clothes festering in your hamper.
BEING NUDE MEANS BETTER SLEEP
Sleeping in the buff can lead to improved sleep quality. According to the National Sleep Foundation, a drop in temperature can help signal your body to sleep, helping you feel drowsy and fall asleep easier. The simplest way to cause a temperature drop? Disrobe.
Teaches you kids about the body.
By practicing family naturism your kids get understand the human body for what it is, rather the ideas they get online. Social media and Pornographic material can effect the image your child has of the naked body.
You don’t need to visit a nudist beach.
The joys of being naked at home are that you don’t need to visit a nude beach to be nude. You have the luxury of doing it all within your own space.