By Valerie Siebert For Dailymail. Do you and your significant other sleep in a tangled knot, as a pair of spoons or could you not get further away from each other in the night? Each one of these positions says something about your relationship, and you may be surprised at which are signposts for a happy coupling and which are signs of trouble.
She can crank the AC up a little less, and be more environmentally sensitive. According to a new survey, Swanson is in the majority, particularly in her Millennial age bracket. Two-thirds of Millennials report sleeping in the nude, the poll by the mattress review site MattressAdvisor.
The history of nudity involves social attitudes to nudity in different cultures in history. It is not known when humans began wearing clothes, although there is some archaeological evidence to indicate that clothing may have become commonplace in human society around 72, years ago. Anthropologists believe that animal skins and vegetation were adapted into coverings as protection from cold, heat and rain, especially as humans migrated to new climates; alternatively, covering may have been invented first for other purposes, such as magic, decoration, cult, or prestige, and later found to be practical as well.
Because Laurie is a sex addict - and until a year ago she was sleeping with several complete strangers a week. And it was only when I realised how that might affect my son Henry that I got help. The author, from Sheffield, began her obsession dangerously young - she lost her virginity at 12 and had her first proper boyfriend a year later.
It was a fierce competition and closer than we could have imagined, but the nation has spoken: it likes to sleep in its birthday suit. For instance, naked sleeping is something that men seem to favour more than women; more interesting, though, is that it is people in the mature age brackets who more often slip between their lovely sheets in nothing at all, while our younger respondents are apparently far more modest. Over two-thirds of people said they were more comfortable when sleeping in their birthday suit, 32 per cent would overheat in a nightie, and 24 per cent said they liked to let their body breathe.
For days I've been slogging through a rain-soaked jungle in Indonesian New Guinea, on a quest to visit members of the Korowai tribe, among the last people on earth to practice cannibalism. Soon after first light this morning I boarded a pirogue, a canoe hacked out of a tree trunk, for the last stage of the journey, along the twisting Ndeiram Kabur River. Now the four paddlers bend their backs with vigor, knowing we will soon make camp for the night.
Former US representative Anthony Weiner wasn't the only one to get hooked on sexting -- apparently, nearly half of all US adults' smartphones contain sexy photos or texts. A new study released Tuesday by security software firm McAfee titled "Love, Relationships, and Technology" details just how many people send risque photos or intimate texts to people they know or strangers. McAfee online security expert Robert Siciliano wrote in a blog post that a number of adults share "private details about their lives, including those of an intimate nature such as nude photos and sexts -- all of this on unsecured digital devices -- now, that's just asking for a social scandal.
We waded through the research to provide some answers on the supposed benefits of sleeping in the buff. For couples, sleeping naked could increase relationship satisfaction. Research shows even non-sexual contact with the skin boosts levels of oxytocin.
Everyone has their preferences as far as sleeping goes, so we set out to determine how many people prefer to sleep in the buff. Does sleeping naked impact sleep quality? What about how often people connect with their partners on nights in the nude?