Monthly Archives: December 2021

Sleep and the winter solstice

sleep on winter

December 21st marks the shortest day of the year, otherwise known as the winter solstice. What does this mean for your sleep? The winter solstice occurs when the amount of daylight is the shortest it will be all year based on how the sun moves around the earth. If the lack of daylight is already…

Sleep Tips for the Holidays

sleep tips on the holidays

The holiday season can be such a wonderful time of year, but it can also be very disruptive to your sleep schedule in a number of ways. Don’t let the lack of sleep turn you into a grinch! Here are a few ways in which your sleep can be disrupted over the holidays, and how…

Sleep Tips for Holiday Travel

woman sleeping on the plain

Thinking of going away over the holiday? Many people experience poor sleep whenever they travel, whether they are going to an unknown destination or staying with family. All of the excitement and disrupted routines surrounding the holidays do not help either. Whether you are going on a road trip or braving the airports to venture…

Get Your CPAP Ready For The Winter

woman putting the cpap mask

The nights are starting to get colder, but this doesn’t mean that your sleep needs to suffer as a result. Sleep apnea symptoms have been known to be much worse in the wintertime, thanks to the cold and dry air that can dry out your mouth and nasal passages, making it more difficult to sleep….