I Always Sleep Naked

join if you sleep naked

I am crashing at a buddy's home for a couple of nights. Kansas in January so cold. Inflatable mattress. He offered an extra blanket and I readily took it, adding " no matter how cold I sleep bare, I just add more blankets". He agreed it is the only way to sleep. But then while trying to sleep I could not get warm. It took some tossing and turning for me to realize my topside was warm but anything touching the mattress was chilled. Once the extra blanket was added below I finally was able to get warm.

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An air mattress on the floor close to where a cool draft is...is not the best place to be. Glad you were finally able to get comfy.

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I am crashing at a buddy's home for a couple of nights. Kansas in January so cold. Inflatable mattress. He offered an extra blanket and I readily took it, adding " no matter how cold I sleep bare, I just add more blankets". He agreed it is the only way to sleep. But then while trying to sleep I could not get warm. It took some tossing and turning for me to realize my topside was warm but anything touching the mattress was chilled. Once the extra blanket was added below I finally was able to get warm.


Funny thing; I cannot sleep unless I am naked in the lower part of my body. I sleep naked usually. But during winters sometimes it can get sort of chilly in my bedroom so I sleep in a tank top. And bottomless.

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Never to cold, under the covers, to sleep completely naked, (nice and toasty warm under the covers).

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I camp during the summer and some of those nights can be chilly. There is often discussions amongst the groups I camp with about being cold, needing extra blankets, having to put on extra layers of clothes, etc. I never have that problem and in 20 years of camping I have needed to layer clothing twice. All the rest of the time nude is the only way to go. Sometimes, rarely, I will wear socks since I always have to have at least one foot outside whatever blankets I use.
I do have a method that keeps me comfortable during the coldest nights. I always stack 2 air mattresses, with a Mylar emergency blanket between the mattresses and a blanket on the tent floor, under the bottom air mattress. The Mylar blanket is always shiny side up so it reflects body heat back up through the top air mattress. There are usually 2 blankets under me and an open sleeping bag as a cover. I actually usually find it too warm and kick the sleeping bag onto the floor.
I have real difficulty sleeping with any clothes on at all and found it pretty humorous that I spent 10 days visiting family (a totally textile household) for Christmas and it was a very laid back time... day wear was pyjamas and a T shirt. The only time I wasnt in pyjamas I was in my kilt, and the pyjamas, they came off when I went to bed; they were great for daywear but there is no way I could sleep in them.

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