Our best articles to keep you on your therapy and healthy over the Christmas break
With the festive season upon us, for many it’s time to let your hair down, relax and change up the routine a little – and have that extra tipple. The old saying goes that ‘a change is as good as a rest’ and often it can be just switching off that does the trick. But even if you are indulging a little more than usual at Christmas, we recommend you stick with your CPAP therapy to ensure you get the most of your day and have least disruption at night.
To help you over the festive period, we’ve pulled together some of our most useful blogs, so you don’t have to go searching for them.
Keeping up with your therapy
Be sure to keep up with your therapy. As we mentioned before, it’s important to maintain your therapy and keep it consistent, we’ve 2 articles here which should be helpful:
Alcohol and sleep
If you like an extra tipple at Christmas then enjoy it. But if you want to know more about how alcohol affects sleep you can read our article – The myth of the nightcap – the truth about alcohol and sleep.
Traveling over Christmas
If you’re going to be away from home over the festive break, then there are some logistics to think about to maintain your therapy. Our guide to traveling with CPAP is packed full of tips and tricks – you can download it here.
And finally – a happy (and healthy) New Year!
A few weeks before Christmas and healthy eating might not be the top of your agenda, but with New Year around the corner, we’ve a few things to think about in our article Eat well, sleep well, live well – your diet and your sleep.
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