6 Things That Can Happen to Your Body When You Sleep in the Open Air


4. Your brain and bodily functions improve.

Our brain uses a lot of oxygen for it to work the way it is supposed to and so do our muscles. It’s no secret that the better oxygen we breathe in, the better it is for us.

So, sleeping outside isn’t just a relaxing and technology-free experience, but it will also be good for both our body and our brain!

5. Your stress levels go down.

Yes, this is a big one! With the way we live our lives, there’s a good chance most of us are very stressed.

A study shows that even looking at a picture of a tree will reduce your stress, and looking at an actual tree will be even more beneficial to our mental health. Not only that, but the sounds of the outdoors also calm us down and have relaxing qualities.


So if you don’t mind the occasional animal sounds, we are sure you will find sleeping outside one of the most relaxing things you’ve done in a while!

6. There is no more stale air to breathe in.

According to studies, If you work in an office or spend a lot of your time in a place with AC and no proper ventilation, then your CO2 levels are most likely high, which clouds your brain, makes you less productive, and gives you headaches and breathing problems.

Are you struggling with a work project that’s due soon? Take a nap outside to get rid of all that stale air in your brain!

Do you sleep in the outdoors? Please share your experiences with us and the rest of the readers, so we can inspire more people to experience the benefits of this themselves.

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