After tiresome day we are in confusion; is it healthy to remove panties in bed.
After a hideous or tiresome day when you are off to bed what do you all prefer, taking off your lingerie or not? Well obviously when this question is for bra then I bet 90% of you will go for former option but when it comes to your panties what will be your call?
If you ask me to give the answer then I would say;”the ball is in your court. Whatever you decide.” but if we go for a scientific answer then wearing panties at night may increase the chances of vaginal infection. Wearing underwear for prolonged period can result in sweat and further to bacteria and fungi, as we know for the records moisture and microbes go hand in hand. Our panty absorbs this moisture and keeps our vaginal area damp, so now I guess you might have got the reason for rashes and itchy sensations round your vagina.
This is a very obvious reason that wearing underwear 24*7 will not give proper air and oxygen for your skin to breathe underneath. And if you have sweaty skin then panty at night is a big no. they should not be buff at night and should get proper aeration to pass out. Ladies these are as much part of your body as face, hands etc. so please do justice with them.
This problem may seem to be a fearsome issue but it can be definitely avoided if we chose a right cloth panty at night. Yes you heard it right, OB-GYNs say it is not a thumb rule of not wearing an underwear at night. We all keep our comfort first at night cause we do not want any kind of irritation in those hours. And if we are not comfortable enough to remove the panty and sleep then we can put on our panty and have our sleep. The thing to take care of is the cloth material of our panties.
Clothes like silk, lace and satin do not absorb moisture at all rather the try to keep sweat away from cloth and more towards skin so this obviously irritate you at night. Cotton is the best cloth for night panty. This has enough space to make room for the air to pass through. Also wearing cut panty may result in rashes under its cuts, so try wearing boxer panties at night. And wear loose PJs at night no tight stuffs at all.
“The catch is, it only works if you think it’s sexy,” Jennifer Doan, sex and relationship coach, tells Bustle. “If you’re not 100 percent into it, or you’re just doing it for the benefit of your partner, not only will it not feel sexy, it will feel completely awkward and uncomfortable.”