Why nudism could be the answer for you.
The skin that holds in your internal organs and covers your muscles is a living, breathing organ itself. So why would you keep it covered up almost 24 hours a day. Why not let it breathe for a few hours a day? Or even better, when you’re at home. Don’t wear any clothes at all.
Your skin, like everything else with the human body, requires oxygen. It may not seem like it. But we live in a fairly puritanical society that has decided that clothes that hide the body is the way to go. Just look at how we view anything that shows some skin. We giggle and point, and we get red in the face at the thought of seeing someone that is even close to being nude. It’s that social conditioning that gets us every time.
Nudism isn’t a new thing. It’s been around since forever. I’m not going to go over the history of nudism. What I’m going to be talking about today is why spending time in nothing is good for you. You might have even been thinking about it already.
Our society has created a lot of anxieties about our bodies. Women should be thin, and guys should be buff. Wrinkles are bad, and hair loss is the end of the world for men. Imperfections are forbidden, and you have to look like everything is perfect. Youth is the goal, and as a result we spend millions to achieve it. It’s all a lie. There isn’t a perfect body in the world, and everyone has something they don’t like. Nudism takes all of that and tosses it out the window.
Original publication 12 November 2019
Posted on NatCorn 24th November 2019
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