8 percent Americans sleep naked
Less than one in 10, or eight percent, of Americans sleep naked, according to a survey
And reportedly, 74 percent of Americans wear pajamas to bed, and the rest wear “something else,” according to the poll of 3,700 people by linen and home decor company Anna’s Linens.
Nearly 65 percent of the respondents polled by the company, which is based in Costa Mesa, Calif said they get a “restful night’s sleep” only three nights or less per week, and 47 percent said they share a bed with someone who snores, the Huffington post reported.
And 74 percent of respondents said they sleep on their side, which leaves 16 percent who sleep on their stomachs, and 10 percent who sleep on their backs.
The company also found that many people don’t remember their dreams. More than half of the respondents said they could recall less than a quarter of their dreams, while about 10 percent said they remembered nearly all their dreams from the previous night’s sleep.
For those who like sleeping naked, Alan Gladstone, the CEO of the company, suggests that their 100 percent Egyptian cotton sheets would be best saying that they will feel great against the skin.