You might think being naked surrounded by a group of total strangers would make you more self-conscious about your body. Taken part in nudist activities makes people much more satisfied with their bodies, and even their lives, new research suggests. A group of researchers from Goldsmiths, University of London looked into the links between naturist activities and how satisfied the participants' felt with their bodies and their lives in general, according to the Daily Mail. The study, published in the Journal of Happiness Studies, came to the conclusion that taking off your clothes around strangers is probably good for you. Dr Keon West and colleagues asked Brits to fill in an online survey, and found those who spend time naked were happier with their bodies, he explains in a video. The longer they had been practicing naturism and the more frequently they did it, the happier they were, the researchers said.
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