I think your question is funny. My answer is yes, I do when I don't feel it. If I can feel it, I take it off (except for my wedding ring-I haven't taken it off in 26 years).
I usually take my jewelry off but from time to time do fall asleep with it on.
No I do not. It is very uncomfortable. Plus, I do not want to ruin anything.
Only stub earings. Necklaces tend to almost strangle me while sleeping and get very uncomfortable.
Yes, though I need to start taking the dangle earring off because I keep losing the one.
I don't. However, if I were married I'd wear that ring. Otherwise, it just is uncomfortable to wear jewelry to bed. In addition, it's possible to snag your bedding with it, scratch yourself or spouse, or wake up with red marks & indentations.
I just have my earrings on when I sleep but remove my chain before sleeping.
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