I'm curious whether anyone else has noticed how much better the body is at establishing and maintaining a comfortable body temperature when naked, without feeling too hot or too cold.
I used to be extremely sensitive to cold, and with the slightest chill would pile on clothes or turn up the heater.
What I've noticed with autumn temperatures coming in, and more time active and naked, I don't notice the chill nearly as much. The other day I went hiking naked when it was 10C and felt quite comfortable.
Monday I spent the whole day naked, and as the evening set in, even camping outdoors, an evening naked walk was quite comfortable. I find this quite astounding. What I noticed is that rather than feeling uncomfortable, coldness is simply another sensation my skin senses. More than this, it isn't a chill that causes shivering, it really is just feeling a different temperature.
Has anyone else experienced this? I'd be very interested to hear your views.